This function is very similar to the While() function, except that the continuation expression is evaluated at the end of each loop iteration. The loop is terminated when this expression returns true. This is similar to the familiar repeat...until construct found in many languages.
result := Repeat( content , continuation )
- An expression which is evaluated after each iteration and which terminates the loop when it evaluates to "TRUE"
- An expression which is evaluated each iteration with the result being appended to the function output
- The concatenation of the result from each cycle
Write lines to text file until a loop terminating condition is met
max_count := 10;
loop_count := 1;
a := CreateFile("myfile.txt");
Write(a, "This is line number " ++ loop_count),
loop_count := loop_count + 1
loop_count >= max_count