Do VS do while VBA?

Do VS do while VBA?

While Wend vs Do The different between the VBA While and the VBA Do Loop is : While can only have a condition at the start of the loop. While does not have a Until version. There is no statement to exit a While loop like Exit For or Exit Do.

Do while in macro Excel?

Do While Loop

  • Place a command button on your worksheet and add the following code lines: Dim i As Integer. i = 1. Do While i < 6. Cells(i, 1).Value = 20. i = i + 1. Loop.
  • Enter some numbers in column A.
  • Place a command button on your worksheet and add the following code lines:

Do While loop in MS Access VBA?

The Microsoft Access WHILE… WEND statement is used to create a WHILE loop in VBA. You use a WHILE loop when you are not sure how many times you want to execute the VBA code within the loop body. With a WHILE loop, the loop body may not execute even once.

Do Until If VBA?

In VBA Do Until Loop, we need to define criteria after the until statement which means when we want the loop to stop and the end statement is the loop itself. So if the condition is FALSE it will keep executing the statement inside the loop but if the condition is TRUE straight away it will exit the Do Until statement.

What is the VBA code for macros in Excel?

What is macro code? Macro code refers to the VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) code for the macro. You can create macros in Excel by either recording the steps you want it to perform (the VBA is written for you), or by writing the VBA yourself.

Is the VBA while loop the same as the DO WHILE LOOP?

The condition for the VBA While loop is the same as for the VBA Do While loop. The two loops in the code below perform exactly the same way Even if you have never written code in your life I’m sure you’ve heard the phrase Infinite Loop. This is a loop where the condition will never be met. It normally happens when you forget to update the count.

When to check the condition in a VBA loop?

The condition may be checked at the beginning of the loop or at the end of the loop. Following is the syntax of a Do…While loop in VBA. The following example uses Do…while loop to check the condition at the beginning of the loop. The statements inside the loop are executed, only if the condition becomes True.

Is the VBA while loop compatible with older code?

(If you’re looking for information about the VBA For and For Each loops go here) The VBA While loop exists to make it compatible with older code. However, Microsoft recommends that you use the Do Loop as it is more “structured and flexible”. Both of these loops are covered in this post.

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