All programming languages provide ways to repeat blocks of code until a terminating condition has been met. Regardless of which language you are coming from, the VB 2008 iteration statements should cause no raised eyebrows and require little explanation. In a nutshell, VB 2008 provides the following iteration constructs:
Let's quickly examine each looping construct in turn. Here, I will only concentrate on the core features of each construct. I'll assume that you will consult the .NET Framework 3.5 SDK documentation if you require further details.
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