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A do while loop, sometimes just called a do loop, is a control flow statement that allows code to be executed repeatedly based on a given Boolean condition.


In imperative programming, a "go to" statement is an unconditional jump instruction that changes the flow of control to the point of the program referenced by the "go to" statement.



But goto is rarely used in modern coding it is not likely to perform any better than a do-while loop after compiler optimizations are applied and it has limitations on how it can be used

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How to go back to a certain point in the code

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