with foo() as bar: baz(bar)
So where's the loop?
- Hard to classify things sometimes... (but maybe it's just too late tonight:D) --ShinTakezou 00:54, 17 February 2009 (UTC)
- I looked at your edits and I classified some of them like this:
- Also, you could probably make "step" negative in the "for-like" loop to use it in the Loop/Downward For page. --Mwn3d 19:32, 17 February 2009 (UTC)
- Yes, but I start always too late in the night so I get confused quickly:) There are already Fortran example, even though misleading (e.g. Loop/Continue does not shows how to "continue", in the C sense, a loop in fortran...). I try to "fix" this, hopefully I won't make any mistake. --ShinTakezou 23:49, 17 February 2009 (UTC)
Use of Loop/ pages?
The task description says "Examples to be posted here should instead be posted in an appropriate Iteration page" -- but there are lots of examples. Should this be fixed? Perhaps this page should not be marked as a task? Or is the intent that this contains an overview, without detailed examples, of the language's looping constructs? --Kevin Reid 00:48, 20 May 2009 (UTC)
- It's definitely something that needs to be fixed. The idea was that the examples here were supposed to move to their proper Loop pages, but no one really noticed. If you can help out with it go ahead. I think content can simply be removed from here as it's migrated until we feel comfortable deleting the page. --Mwn3d 01:06, 20 May 2009 (UTC)
Loop n times
--PauliKL 11:47, 14 July 2009 (UTC)