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What's the difference between for (int i = 0;i < 5; i++) and for (int i=0;i < 5; i++)

Space between verbal name and 0 and the other had no space

c++

10/20/2021 12:45:34 PM

Mohammed Alimam

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Mohammed Alimam There is no difference, both will work same. We add space (White Space) just for readability purpose. Compiler will ignore White Space.

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Mohammed Alimam I am sure there would be some mistakes in your code. Can you show your code?

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So what's the question here ? If you are looking for the difference between the two, then your question description says it all.

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Beauty it doesn't matter you got the meaning

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Arsenic I mean how c++ read it

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A͢J - S͟o͟l͟o͟H͟e͟l͟p͟e͟r͟ that's what I thought ,but when I was solving ticket office project each one of those gave different results

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That's variable not verbal

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There are two types of programmers :-)

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Mohammed Alimam c++ doesn't consider those spaces, so both statements are same. The important thing is it must be in single line, you can give any number of space.