Basic Shell Scripting: Chapter-V

Loop in Shell Script: (while, until, for)

The while executes a piece of code if the control expression is true, and only stops when it is false.

While Statement Example:

The until loop is almost equal to the while loop, except that the code is executed while the control expression evaluates to false.

Until Statement Example:

The for loop let’s you iterate over a series of ‘words’ within a string.

For Statement Example:

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