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# Explain this to me as I were a four years old kid

using namespace std; int main() { int foul; cin >> foul; if(foul>10){ cout << "High Five"; } else if{ if(x<1) cout << "shh"; } else{ for(int i=0; i<foul; i++) cout<< "Ra!"; } Why do we use: for(int i=0; i<foul; i++)?

26th Apr 2021, 3:54 PM
Shikaki Van D Wolfgang Sebastian
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For loop is for repetition suppose u entered a number foul= 4 Then your loop will run upto 4 times For(int i=0;i<4;i++) Here your cout statement will execute 4 times
26th Apr 2021, 3:59 PM
ASR
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Btw this else if statement is invalid. You have to make it "else if(...){}" Secondly, you tried to compare x with 1, but you never declared such variable
26th Apr 2021, 4:08 PM
Michal Doruch
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Diamond Garcia Copying without understanding maybe harmful.
26th Apr 2021, 4:31 PM
AΝ’J
26th Apr 2021, 4:15 PM
Giriraj Yalpalwar
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MichaΕ Doruch, i copied it from someone else's code bit which was mistake; just for my question
26th Apr 2021, 4:23 PM
Shikaki Van D Wolfgang Sebastian
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You have written the code and you only don't know it's usage. Please refresh your basics ,if you have forgotten about it
26th Apr 2021, 4:45 PM
Atul [Inactive]
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Atul , Just got bit confused and copied someone elseβs code which was 60-70% accurate ππ So, I wrote this code after i understood what i had to. #include <iostream> using namespace std; int main() { int x; cin>>x; if (x>10){ cout<<"High Five"; } else if(x<1){ cout<<"shh"; } else{ for (int i=0;i<x;i++) cout<<"Ra!"; } return 0; }
26th Apr 2021, 4:51 PM
Shikaki Van D Wolfgang Sebastian
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π°πΉ πππππ£ , that's why i created this questionπ
26th Apr 2021, 4:35 PM
Shikaki Van D Wolfgang Sebastian
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Bhupesh ππ , It takes an input and shows one among three outputs. I was wondering why the line for(int i=0;i<x;i++) was written, So, when i got some answers, i realized that i just got confused somehow and had to understand that code as: for( int x; i=0; i++; )
27th Apr 2021, 3:36 PM
Shikaki Van D Wolfgang Sebastian