|GSAK (Geocaching Swiss Army Knife)|
Use this command to repeat a sequence of statements until a certain condition exists. Basically it is very similar to the While command, the main difference is that your loop is *always* executed at least once. While still has its uses but many programmers find the repeat/until construct more intuitive - and easier to follow in many circumstances.
Repeat statements can be nested, but every Repeat statement must have a matching Until statement. Use BreakRepeat to break out of the Repeat loop
Use Until <expression> to complete the loop. The expression used must return a Boolean true or false value.
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