Saturday 18 November 2023

Python Coding challenge - Day 72 | What is the output of the following Python code?

 


Code - 

j = 1

while j <= 2 :

  print(j)

  j++

Explanation - 

It looks like there's a small syntax error in your code. In Python, the increment operator is +=, not ++. Here's the corrected version:


j = 1
while j <= 2:
    print(j)
    j += 1
This code initializes the variable j with the value 1 and then enters a while loop. The loop continues as long as j is less than or equal to 2. Inside the loop, the current value of j is printed, and then j is incremented by 1 using j += 1.

When you run this corrected code, the output will be:

1
2
Each number is printed on a new line because the print function automatically adds a newline character by default.

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