1. What are Kotlin Loops?

Like other programming lanuages, Kotlin also have the functionality of flow control loops. With loops, you can easily repeat a block of code for several times as required. This loop technique enable the Kotlin developers to control the flow of their programs efficiently. Let's delve deeper and find more about Kotlin language loop, total types, and benefits of using them.

Tutorial Contents:

  1. What are Loops
  2. Types of Loops

2. Types of Kotlin Loops

In Kotlin programming, we can control the code behaviour using several different loops. Each type of loop holds some specific properties and distinction that make it suitable for some specific tasks. There are basically three types of loop in Kotlin language, with which we can control code repetition.

2.1. Kotlin while Loop

The first type of Kotlin loop is while, which repeats the code block untill the condition becomes flase. For getting in-depth insights about while loop, just navigate to the while loop tutorial. For now, check the basic syntax of this loop.

    /* Code-block to repeat goes here */

2.2. Kotlin do-while Loop

The second type in this list in do-while loop, which works on the principle that the loop executes for once at any cost, even the condition does not fulfill. After that, this Kotlin loop keeps checking the condition and repeats untill condition is true. Read the comprehensive tutorial about do-while loop for better understanding.

do {
    /* Code-block to repeat goes here */
} while(condition)

2.3. Kotlin for Loop

The third loop type is Kotlin for loop. This works on any iterable object, like string, collection, or anything. Check the syntax of for loop below. For detailed usage and understanding, visit the for loop tutorial page.

for (item in collection){
    /* Code-block to repeat goes here */
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