HELP WITH FOOR LOOP Got the right answer utilizig the while loop, but want to try differnt approach and with for loop and its not working Before the continue keyword, i simply printed the output to see what was being printed... it seems only the last digit of enteredNum prints. E.g. input is : 4445 output will be : 5 5 5 5 Even: 0 Odd: 4 Here is my code:
public class Solution {

public static int even;
public static int odd;

public static void main(String[] args) throws IOException {

int digit = 0;

//        while (enteredNum > 0) {
//            digit = enteredNum % 10;
//            if (digit % 2 == 0) {
//                even++;
//            } else if (digit % 2 != 0) {
//                odd++;
//            }
//            enteredNum /= 10;
//        }

for (int i = enteredNum; i > 0; i /= 10) {
digit = enteredNum % 10;
if (enteredNum % 2 == 0) {
even++;
} else {
odd++;
}
System.out.println(digit);
continue;

}
System.out.println("Even: " + even + " Odd: " + odd);

}
}
I was thiking perhaps with the continue key word, it would move onto the next iteraition. and then carry out the last part of the for loop condition,
i /= 10
My thinking : 1 - enteredNum (input) is 4445 2 - 4445 is larger than 0, go inside for loop 3 - in a seperate var called digit, carry ou enteredNum % 10 to get last digit 4 - use the if / else statement to determine if the digit is even or odd and add he respected counter 5 - use continue keyword to move onto next iteration 6 - take the 4445 input and now i /= 10, resulting in 444 7 - 444 > 0, go inside loop 8 - repeat process until 0 is no longer greater than 0 is there a flaw in the logic or is it a syntax issue. Thanks in advance :)