Jul 5, 2010
I've had no issues with this in C++, however, in Visual Basic 2008 (not sure about 2010), when I run a Do loop of any type, and run a comparison to 0, or even 0.0, the code loops a second time.
View 4 Replies
To my knowledge it should cancel after the 5th line, since the condition is satisfied. However it does not. Instead it runs the loop one last time.If I put in a comparison of any number higher or lower than 0, it works as it should, and cancels properly when the 5th line is written. So 1, -3, 0.0001, etc. works, so the problem lies with 0.
Now I do not know that much about the debugger, but it should be mentioned I'm running express edition, and I could not find anything that lets me see how each line compares. Nor, after an hour of searching online, could I find a single forum where this is answered (though perhaps that is due to how I worded my search).
If someone could explain to me why the comparison does not work as it should and loops a second time when comparing to 0, or even 0.0 (one person thought it was a difference in balance being double and 0 being an integer),