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Iteration and labelled iteration

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We analyse the conventional sum-based representation of iteration from the perspective of programmers, and show that the syntax they suggest is fundamentally not a good representation of Java-style iteration with for, while, break, and continue. We present a language with a new construct, which we call labelled iteration, where loops are identified using the new concept of an iteration variable.

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