while loop | Python Flow Control
Flow control is one of the important aspects of any programming language. Loops are used in programming to repeat a specific block of code. In this article, we will learn to create while loop in python.
Python While loop Flowchart
python while loop syntax
Body of while
In the while loop,
n = 10 sum = 0 i = 1 while i < n: # counter will break when i becomes 10 sum = sum + i i = i+1 # update counter # print the sum print("The sum is " + str(sum))
The sum is 45
In the given program test condition will return true as long as the value of i is less than n(wiz 10).
while loop with else
As we have seen that we can use else with for loop, The part we can also use else block with while loop.
The else is executed if the condition in the while loop evaluates to False. The else part is executed if and only the while loop is not terminated using
n = 10 sum = 0 i = 1 while i < n: # counter will break when i becomes 10 sum = sum + i i = i+1 # update counter else: print("Loop is completed") # print the sum print("The sum is " + str(sum))
Loop is completed
The sum is 45
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