Answer: A. Neglect to initialize the loop control variable prior to entering the loop body
Failing to assign initial values (initialization) to the loop control variables (as well as other variables) is a common problem most programmers often make. It is important since the initialization is used at the start of a loop to initialize the loop. Since it is executed at one time in the beginning of a loop, the initialization stage/ step is executed just before the “while” statement of the program.
The programmer must initialize all variables that start with specific values. When a loop appears in another, it is referred to as an indented loop. A loop control variable is important because it provides a starting value for variables that control the loop. Also, it helps test a loop control variable to check if the loop body executes. It also helps alter loop control variables.