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Loop End Node


Description

Loops make it possible to repeat an arbitrary set of operations multiple times. The Loop Begin node enables you to create variables to which you can write data via the Loop End node and again read this data in Loop Begin. In order for the two nodes to work together in a loop with the same set of variables, they should be connected together.

  • Break - boolean value used to determine whether the loop should continue, or break. If the value is 0 the specified number of loop iterations are repeated, when the value is 1 the loop breaks immediately.
Last update: 2022-10-10
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