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Question: Wow, I am seeing one of your code somewhere in github. You used a for loop like this "for (;;)". I never seen this thing and can't find anything on google about it. It basically looks like a loop without any arguments, I think. Then what is the use of this?
Asked by Abhi (106.201.176.x) on July 10 2024, 7:24am
Reply on July 10 2024, 2:38pm:
    it is the same as while (true) {

  • Posted by Abhi (106.201.176.x) on July 10 2024, 6:30pm:
    Then why using for (;;) instead of while (true)?

  • Posted by Justin on July 10 2024, 6:41pm:
    personal preference I guess, fewer characters?

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