for-next loop

for-next loop

[¦fȯr ¦nekst ‚lüp]
(computer science)
In computer programming, a high-level logic statement which defines a part of a computer program that will be repeated a certain number of times.
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This assignment requires a good understanding of parsing techniques, For-Next loop constructs, user-defined functions, form-level variables, and programming logic.
This assignment requires a good understanding of parsing techniques, nested For-Next loops, and programming logic.
The Jam language uses high-level commands, FOR-NEXT loops, and data compression to create a programming file with the same functionality but only about 8KB in size.