19. If Statements and While Loops

If Statements and While Loops

Now that you are able to print the board in your program, you will make the program more flexible by reading the board from a file. This will allow you to run your program with different board files to see the results.

Before you can read the contents of a file into your program, you'll need to learn the syntax for just a couple more parts of the C++ language: if statements and while loops.


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