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What is the difference between for(;;) and while(true)? Which is preferable and why?

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What is the difference between for(;;) and while(true)? Which is preferable and why?
posted Jan 3, 2016 by anonymous

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Both the control statements are used for infinite loop. for(;;) is an unconditional loop statement. While needs a condition which can be controlled by user even at the run time. It is the matter of choice what a programmer likes on a particular condition. I prefer to use while (true) {} .

answer Jan 4, 2016 by Harshita
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int main()
{
    ptr funptr1, funptr2, funptr3;
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    return 0;
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OUTPUT :=>

    $ ./a.exe

     In fun

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The address stored in funptr1, funptr2 and funptr3 is same why ??

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