How to Use until Loop in Your Shell Scripts

Posted by tecmint on Mar 23, 2021 7:45 PM EST
Tecmint; By Karthick
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In bash for, while, and until are three loop constructs. While each loop differs syntactically and functionally their purpose is to iterate over a block of code when a certain expression is evaluated.

Until loop is used to execute a block of code until the expression is evaluated to be false. This is exactly the opposite of a while loop. While loop runs the code block while the expression is true and until loop does the opposite.

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