Sometimes, we may need to repeatedly perform the same piece of code. Under normal circumstances, the statements are executed sequentially: the first statement in the function executed first, followed by a second statement, and so on.
Programming languages provide various control structures more complex execution paths.
Loops allow us to repeatedly execute a statement or group of statements, the following is the most programming languages loop flow chart?:
Type of cycle
Swift language provides the following cycle types. Click on the link to view a detailed description of each type:
|Type of cycle||description|
|Traversing a collection of all the elements which, for example, range from the digital representation of elements in the array, a string of characters.|
|To repeat a series of statements until reaching certain conditions are fulfilled, usually after each cycle is completed by increasing the value of the counter to achieve.|
|A series of statements to run if the condition is true, will run repeatedly until the condition becomes false.|
|While a similar statement before the difference is that the loop condition is determined, the first code block is executed the first cycle.|
Loop control statements
Loop control statements change the order of execution of your code, through which you can jump code. Swift following loop control statements:
|Tell a loop iteration immediately stop this cycle and start again the next iteration.|
|Interrupt the current cycle.|
|If a case after the implementation, continue with the following case, it requires the use of fallthrough (through) keyword.|