PEP-0315--Enhanced While Loop: An idea for an alternative syntax

дамјан г. mk at net.mail.penguinista
Wed Feb 18 18:25:06 CET 2004


>     while:
>         x = foo()
>     and while x != 0:
>         bar(x)
> 
> This example actually incorporates two changes:
> 
>     1) "while:" is equivalent to "while True:"
> 
>     2) "and while <condition>:" is an exit from the middle of the loop,
> analogously to PEP 315.

How about "until" instead of "and while not", shorter and not new in the
programing languages.

while:
  x = foo()
until x == 0:
  bar(x)


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