R While Loop

  • Loops can execute a block of code as long as a specified condition is reached.
  • Loops are handy because they save time, reduce errors, and they make code more readable.

Example

Explain: this code initializes a variable count with a value of 1 and then enters a while loop. Inside the loop, it prints the current value of count and increments it by 1. The loop continues to execute as long as the value of count is less than or equal to 5. The output will be the numbers 1 through 5, each printed on a new line.

While Loop with Break Statement

While Loop and Next

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