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- Subject: [mg24247] Re: Programming+Goto
- From: zhl67 at my-deja.com
- Date: Tue, 4 Jul 2000 15:22:10 -0400 (EDT)
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In article <8jrd2i$e2n at smc.vnet.net>, "akarkal" <akarkal at mie.uth.gr> wrote: > Hi. > I am trying to write a program in mathematica and i need to use a condition > like this: > > i=0 ] > 10 i=i+1 ] > ... ] > commands ] > ... ] > > This is very easy in Fortran but i can't find out how i can use a condition > with Goto, so that i can reexecute a previously executed cell. > Detween the i=i+1 statement and the If[i<imax,Goto 10] ,there are many > commands (more than 40) which i don't want to put them in one and only cell. > Also, i dont necessarily want to use the Goto command. Any equivelant is > acceptable. > Thanks to everybody. > akarkal at mie.uth.gr > > Why not using the While[...] loop? L Zhao Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Before you buy.