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The tricky for-loop

 
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Hi there,

I got this question from javablackbelt.com, John Hunt's exam.
I cannot figure out the point here:


Why does it skip the for loop and prints "Total 0"?

Thanks in advance.
 
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Originally posted by Tommaso Nuccio:
...Why does it skip the for loop and prints "Total 0"? ...


"total" is set to zero, and the body of the loop will only execute if total is greater than 30.
 
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Dang,



I read it "until total is greater than 30".

Thank you.
 
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