Everything compiles, but after I input I just get an infinite loop. Is there something I can do differently to make it not loop?

#include <iostream>
#include <iomanip>
#include <string>

using namespace std;

// Program Description
// This program will calculate test results for
// a set of test scores.

int main()
{

// Variables

   int score;     // Score on test
   float avg;     // Average score on all tests
   int gA;        // Letter grade A
   int gB;        // Letter grade B
   int gC;        // Letter grade C
   int gD;        // Letter grade D
   int gF;        // Letter grade E
   int count;     // Number of tests total
   int low;       // Lowest test score
   int high;      // Highest test score
   int sum;       // Sum of all scores

   sum = 0;
   count = 0;
   low = 999;
   high = -999;
   gA = gB = gC = gD = gF = 0;

// Describe the process to the user

   cout << "\nThis program will calculate test ";
   cout << "results for a set of test scores." << endl;

// Prompt the user and read the input

   cout << "Enter a list of test scores with -999 ending the list." << endl;

   while (score != -999)
   {
      sum = sum + score;
      count  = count + 1;
      if (score >= 90)
         gA + 1;
      else if (score >= 80)
         gB + 1;
      else if (score >= 70)
         gC + 1;
      else if (score >= 60)
         gD + 1;
      else
         gF + 1;

      if (score > high)
         high = score;

      if (score < low)
         low = score;
   }

   avg = sum/count;

// Output the results
   cout << " A  B  C  D  F" << endl;
   cout << "-- -- -- -- --" << endl;
   cout << setw(1) << gA
        << setw(3) << gB
        << setw(3) << gC
        << setw(3) << gD
        << setw(3) << gF
        << endl;

   cout << "Number of tests:  " << count << endl;
   cout << "Average score:    " << avg << endl;
   cout << "Low score:        " << low << endl;
   cout << "High score:       " << high << endl;

   return 0;
}

Thanks worked perfectly haha.
It doesn't read the scores I put in though, is there a reason why?

you don't ahve te input astement ask user to input the scores.

example

for(i=0 ; a! == -999 ; i++)
{
cin>>score;
}

you need an input statement inside your while loop.
Take the break statement out, it was an infinite loop because score can never = -999 because score never changes inside the loop.

wow I must be out of it...I can't imagine why I didn't realize I didn't put an input statement in.
Changed the gA,B,C,D,F according to atish00 and put an input statement in. Works without flaw now. Thanks everyone for your help.

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