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# X—X help please. Increment X by one

for (int i = 1; i <= 2; i++) { x = X+1; break; } I want increment x by 2

18th Jun 2024, 4:09 AM
BlueZ
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Why are you breaking a for loop? Also change ‘X’ to ‘x’ for the x = X+1; part. Also tab that part. Here’s a better way to do that (if you need a loop to do this): // Initialize variable x (if needed) int x = 0; // Loop that runs twice (i = 0, i = 1) for (int i = 0; i < 2; ++i) { // Increment x by 1 in each iteration ++x; } If you don’t need a loop do this: // Initialize variable x (if needed) int x = 0; // Increment x by 2 directly (equivalent to the loop) x += 2; Also pre-increment (++x) can be more efficient than post-increment (x++) because it avoids the overhead of creating a temporary copy of the variable. Which is why I’m doing that if you’re curious, but some people hate that and prefer i++/x++ and for modern compilers the difference is minimal.
18th Jun 2024, 4:20 AM
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Thanks sir :) 👍
18th Jun 2024, 4:40 AM
BlueZ
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You’re welcome my friend. )))
18th Jun 2024, 4:41 AM
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Just how???