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Chapters VB Script - Part III


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Do...Loop Statement
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Do...Loop: Repeats a block of statements while a condition is True or until a condition becomes True.
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Syntax:
VB Script - Part III
Do [{While | Until} condition]
Working with Files using FSO [statements]
[Exit Do]
Excel [statements]
Loop
Actions
OR
Functions

Difference between Action and Do


Function
[statements]
[Exit Do]
Parameterization
[statements]
Loop [{While | Until} condition]
Object Repository

Descriptive Programming
Arguments:
Regular Expression
condition: Numeric or string expression that is True or False. If condition is Null, condition is treated as False.
Error Handling & Recovery
Scenario
statements: One or more statements that are repeated while or until condition is True.
Output Values

Database Connections Example:

Automation Object Model 'Do...Loop

Counter = 1
Synchronization
Do While Counter < 4
Environment Variables
Total =Inputbox("Please enter the total marks in numbers")
XML
If Total < 50 Then
Outlook
MsgBox "Fail"
Reporting Defect
ElseIf Total >=50 and Total <=60 then

Msgbox "Second Class"

Contact Us ElseIf Total >60 and Total <80 then

Msgbox "First Class"


info@qtpworld.com ElseIf Total >=80 then
+91- 9886477710 Msgbox "Distinction"

Else

Msgbox "Invalid Marks"

End If

Counter = Counter + 1

Loop

Example:

Counter = 1

Do

Total =Inputbox("Please enter the total marks in numbers")

If Total < 50 Then

MsgBox "Fail"

ElseIf Total >=50 and Total <=60 then

Msgbox "Second Class"

ElseIf Total >60 and Total <80 then

Msgbox "First Class"

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ElseIf Total >=80 then

Msgbox "Distinction"

Else

Msgbox "Invalid Marks"

End If

Counter = Counter + 1

Loop until Counter > 4

Example:

'Exit Do While loop

Do While Counter < 10

Counter=counter + 1

If counter = 6 Then

Exit Do

End If

Print Counter
Loop

Example:

'Exit Do Until loop

Do

Counter=Counter + 1

If Counter = 6 Then

Exit Do

End If

Print Counter

Loop Until counter >11

For...Next Statement

For...Next: Repeats a group of statements a specified number of times.

Syntax:

For counter = start To end [Step step]


[statements]
[Exit For]
[statements]
Next

Arguments:

counter: Numeric variable used as a loop counter. The variable can't be an array element or an element of a user-defined type.

start: Initial value of counter.

end: Final value of counter.

step: Amount counter is changed each time through the loop. If not specified, step defaults to one.

statements: One or more statements between For and Next that are executed the specified number of times.

Example:

For...Next

Counter = 1

For Counter = 1 to 4

Total =Inputbox("Please enter the total marks in numbers")


If Total < 50 Then

MsgBox "Fail"

ElseIf Total >=50 and Total <=60 then

Msgbox "Second Class"

ElseIf Total >60 and Total <80 then

Msgbox "First Class"

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ElseIf Total >=80 then

Msgbox "Distinction"

Else

Msgbox "Invalid Marks"

End If

Next

Example:

' increment loop by 3

Counter = 1
Result = 0
For Counter = 1 to 10 step 3

Result=Result + Counter

Print Result

Next

Example:

'Decrement loop by 2

For Counter = 10 to 1 step -2

Print Counter

Next

Example:

'Exit For Loop

For Counter=1 to 10

If Counter=6 Then
Exit for
End If
Print Counter
Next

For Each...Next Statement

For Each...Next: Repeats a group of statements for each element in an array or collection.

Syntax:

For Each element In group


[statements]
[Exit For]
[statements]
Next [element]

Arguments:

Variable used to iterate through the elements of the collection or array. For collections, element can only be a Variant
element: Variable, a generic Object variable, or any specific Automation object variable. For arrays, element can only be a Variant
variable.

group: Name of an object collection or array.

statements: One or more statements that are executed on each item in group.

If...Then...Else Statement

If...Then...Else: Conditionally executes a group of statements, depending on the value of an expression.

Syntax:

If condition Then statements [Else elsestatements ]

OR

If condition Then
[statements]
[ElseIf condition-n Then
[elseifstatements]] . . .
[Else
[elsestatements]]
End If

Arguments:

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One or more of the following two types of expressions:


A numeric or string expression that evaluates to True or False. If condition is Null, condition is treated as False.
condition: An expression of the form Type of objectname Is object type. The object name is any object reference and object typeis
any valid object type. The expression is True if object name is of the object type specified by object type; otherwise it is
False.

statements: One or more statements separated by colons; executed if condition is True.


condition-n: Same as condition.
elseifstatements: One or more statements executed if the associated condition-n is True.
elsestatements: One or more statements executed if no previous condition or condition-n expression is True.

Example:

'If...Then...Else

Total = Inputbox("Please enter the total marks in number ")

If Total >= 50 Then

MsgBox "Pass"

Else

Msgbox "Fail"

End If

Example:

'If....ElseIf

Total = Inputbox("Please enter the total marks in number")

If Total < 50 Then

MsgBox "Fail"

ElseIf Total >=50 and Total <=60 then

Msgbox "Second Class"

ElseIf Total >60 and Total <80 then

Msgbox "First Class"

ElseIf Total >=80 then

Msgbox "Distinction"

Else

Msgbox "Invalid Marks"

End If

Select Case statement

Select Case: Executes one of several groups of statements, depending on the value of an expression.

Syntax:

Select Case testexpression


[Case expressionlist-n
[statements-n]] . . .
[Case Else expressionlist-n
[elsestatements-n]]
End Select

Arguments:

testexpression: Any numeric or string expression.

expressionlist-n: Required if Case appears. Delimited list of one or more expressions.

statements-n: One or more statements executed if testexpression matches any part of expressionlist-n.

elsestatements-n: One or more statements executed if testexpression doesn't match any of the Case clauses.

Example:

'Select Case

Colour =Ucase( Inputbox("Please enter the colour of your choice"))

Select Case Colour

Case "RED"

MsgBox "Colour selected is Red"

Case "BLUE"

MsgBox "Colour selected is Red"

Case "GREEN"

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MsgBox "Colour selected is Red"

Case ELSE

MsgBox "Invalid Colour"


End Select

While...Wend statement

While...Wend: Executes a series of statements as long as a given condition is True.

Syntax:

While condition
Version [statements]
Wend

Arguments:

condition: Numeric or string expression that evaluates to True or False. If condition is Null, condition is treated as False.

statements: One or more statements executed while condition is True.

Example:

'While...Wend
Counter =1
While Counter < 4
Total =Inputbox("Please enter the total marks in numbers")
If Total < 50 Then

MsgBox "Fail"

ElseIf Total >=50 and Total <=60 then

Msgbox "Second Class"

ElseIf Total >60 and Total <80 then

Msgbox "First Class"

ElseIf Total >=80 then

Msgbox "Distinction"

Else

Msgbox "Invalid Marks"

End If

Counter=counter + 1

Wend

With statement

With: Executes a series of statements on a single object.

Syntax:

With object
statements
End With

Arguments:

object: Required. Name of an object or a function that returns an object.

statements: Required. One or more statements to be executed on object.

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