Conditional and Iterative Data Types

Feb 3rd, 2012
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This paper is provided as study guides only please do not submit this document directly to any university. . All of the simple conditional structures even use the same key word 'if'. The conditionals in the languages all accomplish the same tasks only some languages use different methods. The iterative structures allow similar tasks to be completed by all languages as well. For the most part the iterative structures of all the languages use at least the keyword 'do' or perhaps 'while'. The key words may vary but the function is all the same. The structures are used for iteration. The blocks of statements in the iterative loop must be performed time and time again. C++ and Java are the most similar languages when the conditional and iterative structures are compared. The two languages that are the most dissimilar are COBOL and Scheme. COBOL is lengthy with a few control structures.

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