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### While Loop#

As long as the test condition evaluates to `true`, the while statement generates a loop that performs the provided statement. Before the statement is carried out, the condition is assessed.

``````while(b > 7) {
// do something
}
``````

We are just stating that if a condition is `true`, this statement shall be carried out till it is not.👇🏼

Example: Complete the `top` double function to find the largest double for the `value` that is below the `top`.

``````function topDouble(value, top) {

while (value < top) {
value = value*2;

}
return value/2;
}
``````

### Break Statement#

We will exit the loop once `break` is hit. Even when the condition is `true`, there is still a possibility to exit the loop thanks to the `break` statement.

``````while(true) {
if(a > 5) {
// exit the loop
break;
}
}
``````

### Questions for Practise#

• Given an integer value num, determine if it is even. If it is even, return `true`. Return `false` otherwise.

``````function isEven(num) {
if (num % 2 === 0){
return true;
}
}

// or

function isEven(num) {
return num % 2 === 0;
}
``````
• The function `smallerNumber` will be given two unequal numbers: `num1` and `num2`. Your goal is to find the smaller number and return it!

``````function smallerNumber(num1, num2) {
if (num1 < num2){
return num1;
}
else {
return num2;
}
}
``````
• A string is stored in the variable `fakeName`. Take this fake name and use it to replace every occurrence of `"John"` in the `message`. Do not change the message in other way.

`const fakeName = require('./fakeName');`

`const message = ` Hello, John! You left a package at the office today. You can pick up tomorrow at 10am, John. If not I will drop it off this weekend. Goodbye John! `;`

``````const fakeName = require('./fakeName');

const message = `
Hello, \${fakeName}! You left a package at the office today.
You can pick up tomorrow at 10am, \${fakeName}.
If not I will drop it off this weekend.
Goodbye \${fakeName}!
`;
``````
• The function `checkNumber` takes a single argument: a number `num`. The function should return the string `positive` if the number is positive, `negative` if the number is negative, and `zero` if the number is zero.

``````function checkNumber(num) {
if (num > 0){
return 'positive';
}
else if(num < 0){
return 'negative';
}
else {
return 'zero';
}
}
``````
• The function `maxSum` takes a number argument `num`. Your goal is find the sum all of numbers, starting from 1, up to and including `num`.

``````function maxSum(num) {
let sum = 0;
for(let i=1; i<=num; i++){
sum = sum + i;
}
return sum;
}
``````

### Conclusion#

Ending with an extra bit of information about JavaScript functions…

We can exit loop by using both return and break statement.

Today I learned about While Loop and Break Statement and also practiced a few Questions in JavaScript.