Chapter 7. Using Loops and Timers

After completing this chapter, you will be able to:

  • Use a For…Next loop to execute statements a set number of times.

  • Display output in a multiline text box by using string concatenation.

  • Use a Do loop to execute statements until a specific condition is met.

  • Use the Timer control to execute code at specific times.

  • Create your own digital clock and timed password utility.

  • Use the new Insert Snippet command to insert ready-made code templates or snippets into the Code Editor.

In Chapter 6, Chapter 6, you learned how to use the If…Then and Select Case decision structures to choose which statements to execute in a program. You also learned how to process user input and evaluate different conditions in a program, and how to ...

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