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Swift Loops and Decision Statements

In simple terms, conditional loops also known as repeating control structures are which repeat one or more tasks based on conditions defined by the programmer or in real-time by the actual program. Decision Statements determine which block of code to execute at runtime, using if or switch conditional statements. Loop Control Statements repeatedly execute a block of code, using for or while loops. These conditions are specified by a set of expressions like boolean expressions which are evaluated to a boolean value of true or false. This category contains all of the information you need to know about conditionals and loops in Swift.
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