Until loops are just the opposite of whiles
. If the control statement evaluates to false code within the loop is executed once and repeated until the control statement tests to true.
Heres a quick example:
print "Mission-critical electronics working in the year $year\n";
#now it works;
print "Not working anymore\n";
As you can see the mission-critical electronics work until the year 2000.
I suggest if you've just survived that harrowing ordeal you learn all about do while loops
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