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|Programming in Lua|
|Part I. The Language Chapter 4. Statements|
As the name implies, a repeat-until statement repeats its body until its condition is true. The test is done after the body, so the body is always executed at least once.
-- print the first non-empty line repeat line = io.read() until line ~= "" print(line)
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