Home of the ABS programming language: the joy of shell scripting.


While loops are a special form of for loops, so much that in some languages the canonical way to execute a while loop is with a for(;;).

ABS, though, has a dedicated construct:

x = 0

while x < 100 {
    x = x + 1

echo(x) # 99


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