ACP Loops Menu In computer programming, a loop is a set of instructions executed repeatedly, either for a specified number of iterations or until a certain condition evaluates to true. In zoglair linguistics, it is also a shortened form of the phrase “Long Operation”. Both definitions are equally apply, so, chose whatever seems to be more natural to you!

Visually, a zoglair loop is just a form with a progress bar attached. Technically, however, there is some very tricky code running under the hood, to give you that progress feedback. How long a loop lasts? It depends on the loop and your database size. The bigger your database is, the longest it takes to complete.

The following loops will be described:

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