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4.6 The for Structure

The for structure works similarly to the for structure found in C, C++ or Java. It is really syntactic sugar for the while statement.

Thus:

use strict; for(Initial_Statement; expression; Increment_Statement) { For_Statement; For_Statement; For_Statement; }

is equivalent to:

use strict; Initial_Statement; while (expression) { For_Statement; For_Statement; For_Statement; Increment_Statement; }




 
 
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