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Oracle PL / SQL » PL SQL » While Loop 
Use EXIT WHEN to exit a while loop
    
SQL>
SQL>    DECLARE
  2         v_Radius NUMBER := 2;
  3     BEGIN
  4         WHILE TRUE LOOP
  5              DBMS_OUTPUT.PUT_LINE('The Area is ' ||v_Radius * v_Radius);
  6              EXIT WHEN v_RADIUS = 10;
  7              v_Radius := v_Radius + ; -- Calculates Area for Even Radius
  8         END LOOP;
  9    END;
 10    /
The Area is 4
The Area is 16
The Area is 36
The Area is 64
The Area is 100

PL/SQL procedure successfully completed.

SQL>
SQL> --

   
    
    
  
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