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From: mail::defiantpc::com at: 9-Feb-2004 23:04

Thanks for the tip, I hope you don't mind that I copied it to the forum under Code Tips and Advice at ----- Original Message ----- From: "Paul Tretter" <[ptretter--charter--net]> To: <[rebol-list--rebol--com]> Sent: Monday, February 09, 2004 7:46 PM Subject: [REBOL] UNTIL
> Ok. I know alot of guys are new to this list so I thought I would post
something that was confusing to me when I started with REBOL. Ever look at the help for 'until:
> >> help until > USAGE: > UNTIL block > > DESCRIPTION: > Evaluates a block until it is TRUE. > UNTIL is a native value. > > ARGUMENTS: > block -- (Type: block) > > So what does this actually mean. Does this mean we return a value and
what if we have 100 lines of code in 'until evaluation block. This was confusing for me having never really did programming before REBOL. So the easy answer is the last value that is TRUE will end the loop. Try yourself by just playing with values in the until eval block.