Good Afternoon,

I'm having problems with this assignment that deals with loops that implements the continue statement. Can someone check the loops that I have implemented on Part B and Part C that must have the continue statement. Here is the code

``````#include <iostream>
#include <fstream>
#include <string>
#include <cstring>
#include <cmath>
#include <cstdlib>
#include <iomanip>
#include <limits.h>              //changed by sirisha
using namespace std;

int main( )
{
//variable declarations
int number;                 //var to store an int value
int sum, min, max, avg;     //vars to store simple statistical info
int counter;                //a counter for controling the loop
int size;                   //another counter

/*****************************************************************************
Part A. continue in a while loop
*****************************************************************************/
cout<<"************** PLay Counter Controled do-while-Loop************/"<<endl;

//initialization
sum=max=avg =0;
min=INT_MAX;                //min has the maximum integer valued assigned//changed by sirisha
cout<<" Enter How many integers do you want to play with? => ";
cin>>counter;               //get the counter
size = counter;             //memory the counter

//start the loop
while (counter > 0)
{
cout<<"Enter an interger ==> ";
cin>>number;            //get a number

//here we use a continue to skip odd numbers
if (number % 2 ==1)
continue;           //to skip all statement from here to the end of the while loop,
//and start the next iteration of the loop.
sum += number;          //changed by sirisha
if (number > max)
max = number;
if (number < min)
min = number;

counter--;
}
cout<<" You entered "<< size << " many integers. " <<endl
<<" The sum is " << sum << endl
<<" The min is " << min << endl
<<" The max is " << max << endl
<<" The Avg is " << sum / size << endl;

/***************************************************************
Part B. This part is for you to complete.
Re-do Part A using continue in an event controlled for-loop.
***************************************************************/
cout<<" PLay event controled for-loop with -99 "<<endl;
counter=sum=max=avg =0;
min=INT_MAX;
cout<<"Enter an interger ==> ";
cin>>number;                //get a number

//start the loop
for (cout<<"Enter an integer ==> ",cin>>number;                       //initialization
true;                      //event control
cout<<"Enter an integer ==> ",cin>>number)                      //update
{
if (number == -99)
{
cout<<"Event -99 happened"<<endl;
continue;
}
counter += 1;
sum += number;
if (number > max)
max = number;
if (number < min)
min = number;
}
cout<<" You entered "<< counter << " many integers. " <<endl
<<" The sum is " << sum <<endl
<<" The max is " << max << endl
<<" The min is " << min <<endl
<<" The Avg is " << sum/counter <<endl;

/**************************************************************
Part C. This part is for you to complete.
Re-do Part A using continue in an event controlled do-while-loop
**************************************************************/
cout<<" PLay event controled do-while-Loop with event -99 "<<endl;

counter=sum=max=avg =0;     //initialization
min=INT_MAX;                //changed by sirisha

//start the loop
do{
cout<<"Enter an interger ==> ";
cin>>number;

if (number != -99)
{
counter++;
continue;
sum += number;
if (number > max)
max = number;
if (number < min)
min = number;
}
} while (number != -99);

cout<<" You entered "<< counter << " many integers. " <<endl
<<" The sum is " << sum <<endl
<<" The min is " << min <<endl
<<" The max is " << max <<endl
<<" The Avg is " << sum/counter <<endl;

//well done and exit
return 0;
}
``````

Check lines 68-70 - the test condition is "true" (that is, it will always be "true") - do you really want that? Shouldn't you have a condition you can test to see if you want to keep looping?

Line 110 - what happens to the lines after the "continue" statement? Consider re-arranging the lines so you add to your counters, but perhaps "continue" when your exit condition is met.

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