Loops in JScript
JScript includes several ways to execute a statement or block of statements repeatedly. In general, repetitive execution is called looping or iteration. An iteration is simply a single execution of a loop. It is typically controlled by a test of a variable, where the value is changed each time the loop is executed. JScript supports four types of loops: for loops, for...in loops, while loops, and do...while loops.
In This Section
Discusses how JScript uses for loops and provides some practical examples.
Describes the concept of for...in loops and explains how to use them in JScript.
Discusses the two types of while loops and explains how they differs from for loops.
break and continue Statements
Describes how to use the break and continue statements to override the behavior of a loop.
JScript Conditional Structures
Describes how JScript normally handles program flow and provides links to information that explains how to regulate the flow of a program's execution.
Lists elements that compose JScript Language Reference and links to topics that explain the details behind the proper use of language elements.