C# Empty Statement

Prabhukiran345
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Empty statement is used when you no need to perform an operation where a statement is required. It simple transfers control to the end point of the statement. It is also very useful with while loop with blank body and label statements.

Example:
using System;

namespace empty_statement
{
class Program
{
public bool print()
{
Console.WriteLine("Prabhu Kiran");
return true;
}
static void Main(string[] args)
{
int i = 0;
Program p = new Program();
while (p.print())
{
; //Empty Statement
}
Console.WriteLine("i = {0}", i);
Console.ReadLine();
}
}
}


Output:
Prabhu Kiran
Prabhu Kiran
Prabhu Kiran
Prabhu Kiran
Prabhu Kiran
Prabhu Kiran
Prabhu Kiran
Prabhu Kiran
Prabhu Kiran
Prabhu Kiran
Prabhu Kiran
Prabhu Kiran
Prabhu Kiran
Prabhu Kiran
Prabhu Kiran

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