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Creating an infinite loop until an event occurs?

Asked by Mark
on 26 Jun 2012
Latest activity Edited by Walter Roberson
on 26 Jul 2019
I am trying to make a loop until a certain event happens. In my first drafts I simply let it run for a large number of steps. However, now that I am adding a few extra steps in between, and want it to stop, it is no longer viable. Before I could run
N=100 for t=1:N (calculations) End
Which would do the loop 100 times. However, now I want it to continue forever until a certain event occurs. So now I am getting to:
N=10000 for t=1:N (calculations)
if (calculations) End % and finish here completely and do not engage in any more loops
Else (more calculations) End % and this should repeat back to the ‘for’ statement
Is there any way I can have this loop continuing, and block it in the middle after a certain event? Otherwise, is there another way of doing it?

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回答者: Stephen
2012 年 6 月 26 日
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go = true;
while go
step1
step2
step3
if step3==stopcriteria
go=false
end
end

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Or
while true
step1
step2
step3
if step3==stopcriteria; break; end
end
Mark
2012 年 6 月 26 日
Sorry it took a while to answer. I was playing with the code but it finally worked, and I thank you very much for your precise answers!

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Answer by Erencem Özbey on 12 Jul 2018

what is step1 step2 step 3

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That just represents various lines of code. like what you want to do while in the "while true" loop

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