counter = 1 while counter < 6: print(counter) counter += 1 #WITH ELSE STAEMENT while counter < 6: print(counter) counter += 1 else: print("counter is greater or equals to 6");
You can use a while loop in Python to execute statements until the condition is true. In the code snippet, we are printing the counter value till it is less than 6.
You can also use an else statement with a while loop that will run right after the condition is false.
You can use the continue statement in python to pass an iteration inside the while loop. Below is the example code.
counter = 0 while counter < 6: counter += 1 if counter == 2: continue print(counter)