The do-until loop is a slight variation of the do while loop. This loop varies in the fact that is exits when the condition being evaluated is false.
The syntax of the do-until statement is as follows −
do until (condition) statement #1 statement #2 ... end
The do-until statement is different from the do-while statement in the fact, that it will only execute the statements until the condition evaluated is true. If the condition is true, then the loop is exited.
The following diagram shows the diagrammatic explanation of this loop.
The key thing to note is that the code block runs till the condition in the do-until evaluates to false. As soon as the condition evaluates to true, the do loop exits.
The following program is an example of a do-until loop statement.
/* Main program */ j = 1 do until (j <= 10) say j j = j + 1 end
The output of the above code will be −