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UTS
UTS il 9 Feb 2014
Risposto: Marco Ottina il 15 Dic 2022
Could you please let me know the Matlab code that is similar to C++ code as shown below:
do {
<your calculations>
} while (abs(A - B) <= 50)
Thanks
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Jan
Jan il 9 Feb 2014
This is no valid C++syntax. Do you mean:
do {
<your calculations>
} while (abs(A - B) <= 50)
MathWorks Support Team
MathWorks Support Team il 27 Nov 2018
We updated the question to reflect correct syntax

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Mischa Kim
Mischa Kim il 9 Feb 2014
Modificato: MathWorks Support Team il 27 Nov 2018
There is no 1-to-1 correspondence to the C++ do while loop in MATLAB. Your best option is to use a while loop. The difference is that while loops check the condition at the beginning of the loop while do while loops check the condition at the end of the loop.
while (abs(A-B) <= 50)
...
end
To check the condition at the end of the loop using a while loop, use an if statement inside the while loop:
while 1
<your calculations>
if ~(abs(A - B) <= 50)
break;
end
end
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UTS
UTS il 9 Feb 2014
Thank you very much,
Image Analyst
Image Analyst il 9 Feb 2014
Please mark his answer as "Accepted" so we know that we don't need to look at it anymore and he gets credit for it.

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Jos (10584)
Jos (10584) il 9 Feb 2014
A do-while loop in disguise:
while true
% statements here
% if ~WhileCondition, break ; end
end
or
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Seyedeh Razieh Hosseini
Seyedeh Razieh Hosseini il 5 Gen 2019
The problem here is that you have to calculate twice. our calculation have to be done once before the loop and again inside the loop. that leads to repetition of a part of a code. what should we do in such a case?
David Michelman
David Michelman il 1 Mag 2020
How so? Since do always starts out as true, you only have to write out the calculation once?

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Vigneshwar Pesaru
Vigneshwar Pesaru il 17 Set 2017
Hi!!!
There is no 'do while' loop in MATLAB in fact you can perform the similar action using 'while' which is powerful in MATLAB
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P Richards
P Richards il 23 Lug 2019
IHMO The absence of do while makes some coding more difficult than it needs to be:
do
theConditionStillExists=attemptToFixIt();
while theConditionStillExists

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Marco Ottina
Marco Ottina il 15 Dic 2022
My suggestion is using the following pattern:
canContinue = true;
while canContinue
% do your code here
canContinue = condition_of_the_do_while ; % insert here your condition
end

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