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Here we are supposed to design and implement a simple library management system using a switch statement in Java, where have operated the following operations… Read More
Jumping statements are control statements that transfer execution control from one point to another point in the program. There are two Jump statements that are… Read More
Generally, if condition works like yes or no type. If the condition satisfies, it executes some block of code. Otherwise, it doesn’t execute the code.… Read More
The switch statement is a multi-way branch statement. It provides an easy way to dispatch execution to different parts of code based on the value… Read More
Suppose a person wants code to execute for the values as per the code is designed to be executed but forcefully the same user wants… Read More
Java 12 improved the traditional switch statement and made it more useful. Java 13 further introduced new features. Before going into the details of new… Read More
A nested loop is a loop within a loop, an inner loop within the body of an outer one. Working: The first pass of the… Read More
The break and continue statements are the jump statements that are used to skip some statements inside the loop or terminate the loop immediately without… Read More
The Unreachable statements refers to statements that won’t get executed during the execution of the program are called Unreachable Statements. These statements might be unreachable… Read More
Suppose it is required to print numbers from 1 to 5. One possible way to do this is with the help of below code: class… Read More
Looping in programming languages is a feature that facilitates the execution of a set of instructions/functions repeatedly while some condition evaluates to true. In Java,… Read More

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