How do Functions/Do loops/While loops go together?


#1

I can't think of real world example of how to write these loops together in Lesson 10 of while loops. The only thing that comes to mind is reusing old examples but I feel like I learned nothing by just copying old stuff. How do these loops work together!? What's the point of the function if it doesn't even need to be used in some examples?? I don't understand this concept.

var getToDaChoppa = function(){
var

do {
console.log();
while (){
}
}
}

getToDaChoppa();


#2

The above keyword is not a statement when written by itself. It must declare a variable.

The above is incorrrect syntax. do..while ends with the condition and a semi-colon:

var condition;
do {
    condition = false;
    console.log("Looped once");
} while (condition);

#3

so the do loop runs it but you didn't equal your variable to false outside the do loop... when you write var condition is that automatically true?


#4

No. It is undefined. We define it inside the function.


#5

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