Repeat a block of statements.
Syntax Do [While condition] [Statements] [Exit Do] [Statements] Loop or: Do [Until condition] [Statements] [Exit Do] [Statements] Loop or: Do [Statements] [Exit Do] [Statements] Loop [While condition] or: Do [Statements] [Exit Do] [Statements] Loop [Until condition] Key condition A boolean expression that evaluates to True or False Statements VBScript statements to be repeated until condition is True
The keyword While will continue the loop as long as condition is True.
The keyword Until will continue the loop as long as condition is False.
If no condition is specified, the loop will repeat indefinitely or until an Exit Do is encountered.
'Count to 50 Option Explicit Dim counter counter = 0 Do counter = counter + 1 WScript.Echo counter Loop Until counter = 50 WScript.Echo "Final total" & counter ' Count to 100 Option Explicit Dim i i = 0 Do While i < 100 i = i + 1 WScript.Echo i Loop WScript.Echo "Final total" & i
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For...Next - Repeat a block of statements a given number of times
For Each... - Loop through the items in a collection or array
If..Then - Conditionally execute a block of statements
Equivalent Powershell command: Do ... While