C – for loop1 min read

In C programming, for loop is a more efficient loop structure and is an entry-control loop. The iteration continues until the stated condition becomes false.

It has three computing steps as shown in the syntax below.

  • initialization: The first step is the initialization of the variable and is executed only once. And need to end with a semicolon(;).
  • condition: Second is condition check, it checks for a boolean expression. If true then enter the block and if false exit the loop. And need to end with a semicolon(;).
  • Increment or Decrement: The third one is increment or decrement of the variable for the next iteration. Here, we need to use the semicolon(;).

for loop Flowchart:

for loop in C

Syntax of for loop.


Example of for loop in C Program.

The output of for loop in C programming.

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