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So I was recently posed with the question, what is the difference between a while true loop and a for i = 1:Inf loop. I have done quite a bit of research, but I cannot seem to come up with an answer. Do you know?
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The for-loop provide the loop-variable, ii. Why, is that interesting?
In addition to what Per Isakson has written, I would add that the loop variable, after a certain point, will lose precision and become ill-defined. I think MATLAB will try to gracefully provide a value for ii, but after a point the successive ii's will be equal to each other until the background rounding scheme clocks it over into the next representable value. (As I recall, there was a previous similar thread some time ago that explored this topic)