In this example, we examine a snippet of code that allows us to open an external text file and iterate through each line of the text file using the while statement. While we don’t want to get too deep into working with external content just yet, this does serve as the means for demonstrating the basic difference between the for and while iteration statements. Also starring in this video: the StreamReader, null, and the not-equal-to != operator.
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