- Title Pages
- Series Foreword
- Introduction, the Stuff of Software
- Class Library
- Code (or, How You Can Write Something Differently)
- Computing Power
- Concurrent Versions System
- Data Visualization
- Object Orientation
- Preferences/settings/options/control panels
- Sonic Algorithm
- Source Code
- System Event Sounds
- Text Virus
- Timeline (sonic)
- About the Contributors
This chapter begins with the definition of LOOP, a concept in the computer science field used to control the flow of the statements. It also focuses on the chain of LOOP, like iteration, GO TO statements, and other types of loops. The chapter further discusses the major branches of LOOP and also FOR, WHILE, JUMP, RETURN, and other statements. The LOOP's relationship with the programming language and involvement of count-controlled loops, condition-controlled loops, collection-controlled loops, tail-end recursion, enumerators, and continuations covers the major description of the LOOP concept.
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