while -- start a while-loop
The while-keyword starts a while-loop, i.e. a loop that is excuted as long as the condition (which is specified in braces after the keyword while) evaluates to true.
Note, that the body of such a while-loop will not be executed at all, if the condition following the while-keyword is not true initially.
If you want to leave the loop prematurely, you may use the break-statement.
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This program reads the file foo and prints it line by line.
until, break, wend, do