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Learn about repeating code for a determined number of times using loops. Part 2 of 3.
In this video, we will take a look at using For loops to run a code block a specific number of times. You will see three different demonstrations of using For loops. In part two, we'll examine using loops to iterate through objects returned by a .NET framework method as well as iterating through an array. We'll also look at the For Each statement. We'll also compare the For Loop with the For Each loop and discuss when to one over the other. In part three, we'll look at ways to jump around to different sections of code. The key concepts are break, goto, and continue, and you'll see examples of each of these in action.