Learn How To Program In C# Part 7 – Do While Loop

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  1. Correction in the video:

    I meant to make the example for the while to be like this:

    string input = Console.ReadLine();
    Console.WriteLine(input);

    and then inside of the while loop to have the same thing.

    This way it would have been a true code duplication and then the DO WHILE would clean it up. Thank you for +KazoWAR for catching this a year ago haha I was just looking at the video and suddenly noticed it. We all make mistakes. Learn from them, grow from them. Cheers 🙂

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