```// labLoops.cpp  for CPS 171 Practice with different kinds of loops
// J.Remen  Winter 02
// Does not compile at the present time. Note each question is commented out so
// students can work on one at a time by removing /* etc.
// see the exercise worksheet for discussion of the problems.
#include
#include
#include

using namespace std;

int main()
{	cout << "name\n";
int i, num, sum;

// 1. Fill in the blanks to make the for loop print the
// even numbers between 1 and 100, including the 100
cout << "Question 1\n";
for ( i =    ;      ;     )
cout << i << ' ';
cout << endl << endl;
/*

// 2. Complete the do-while statement that will loop
// until the user enters a positive value - test it by
// entering a few negative values first.
cout << "Question 2\n";
do
{	cout << "Enter a positive number;";
cin >> num;
} while (          );
cout << "After loop num is " << num << endl << endl;

*/
/*

// 3. Complete the loop to sum all the integers from 1
// up to and including num.
cout << "Question 3\n";
sum =       ;
for (i =             )
sum =        ;
cout << "Sum of integers from 1 to " << num << " is " << sum << endl << endl;

*/

// declare input file and open it
ifstream infile;
infile.open("labloops.dat");
if(!infile)
{	cout << "Cannot open input file\n";
return 1;
}

/*
// 4. Read values from the file, sum all negative ones
// stop when -999 is read.
cout << "Question 4\n";
sum =     ;
infile >> num;
while(      )
{

}

cout << "Sum of negatives is " << sum << endl << endl;
*/

//  If you still have time try questions 5, 6 and 7 on your own

return 0;
}```