A loop command allows us to execute a phrase or group of phrases multiple times. The following is the general form of a loop phrase that exists in most programming languages:
There may be a situation where you need to run a block of code several times. Generally; Commands are executed sequentially. The first command in a function is executed first;
Then the latter is executed and so on.
Programming language for managing loop requirements; Requires the following types of loops. Click on the links below to check out their details.
|Row||The type of ring and its explanation|
|1||Repeat loopExecutes a sequence of commands multiple times and manages the code of the loop variable; It seems short and concise.|
|۲||While loopWhile the condition is true; Repeats a command or group of commands. Before running the ring body; Tests the condition to be met.|
|3||Ring forIs like a while statement; Except that; This loop checks the conditions at the end of the loop.|
Loops control commands
Loop control commands change the execution from its natural sequence when the execution is out of range; All automatic objects created in that domain are destroyed.
The R programming language supports the following control commands. You can click on the links below to check their details.
|Row||Control commands and their explanation|
|1||Break commandThis command; Ends the loop command and immediately takes the execution to the next loop.|
|۲||Next commandNext phrase ; Simulates switch R behavior.|