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Can you expailn me the flow..

 
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public class primitives {

public static void main(String[]args) {

int x = 0;
labelA :
for(int i =10; i<0; i--){
int j=0;
labelB:
while(j<10){
if(j>i) break labelB;
if(i==j){
x++;
continue labelA;
}
j++;
}
x--;
}
System.out.println(x);
}

}

This program gives me output as 0
I am not able tp know the flow... plz help
 
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It is because of your for loop condition. You are initializing i=10 and then checking to see if i<0. None of the code inside the for loop is executed which leaves the value of x=0.
 
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