Apex - For Loop


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A for loop is a repetition control structure that allows you to efficiently write a loop that needs to execute a specific number of times. Consider a business case wherein, we are required to process or update the 100 records in one go. This is where the Loop syntax helps and makes work easier.

Syntax

for (variable : list_or_set) { code_block }

Flow Diagram Apex For Loop

Example

Consider that we have an Invoice object which stores information of the daily invoices like CreatedDate, Status, etc. In this example, we will be fetching the invoices created today and have the status as Paid.

Note − Before executing this example, create at least one record in Invoice Object.

// Initializing the custom object records list to store the Invoice Records created today
List<apex_invoice__c> PaidInvoiceNumberList = new List<apex_invoice__c>();

// SOQL query which will fetch the invoice records which has been created today
PaidInvoiceNumberList = [SELECT Id,Name, APEX_Status__c FROM APEX_Invoice__c WHERE
   CreatedDate = today];

// List to store the Invoice Number of Paid invoices
List<string> InvoiceNumberList = new List<string>();

// This loop will iterate on the List PaidInvoiceNumberList and will process each record
for (APEX_Invoice__c objInvoice: PaidInvoiceNumberList) {
   
   // Condition to check the current record in context values
   if (objInvoice.APEX_Status__c == 'Paid') {
      
      // current record on which loop is iterating
      System.debug('Value of Current Record on which Loop is iterating is'+objInvoice);
      
      // if Status value is paid then it will the invoice number into List of String
      InvoiceNumberList.add(objInvoice.Name);
   }
}

System.debug('Value of InvoiceNumberList '+InvoiceNumberList);
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