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Add a "while" statement into powerapps

This is quite a self explanatory idea (a statement to run whilst the condition stated is true) as is a fairly basic command in most languages and i feel is missing in PowerApps.

 

The ForAll statement can replace a while in SOME situations but not all. For example, if you want to check if a table has been refreshed - a ForAll loop doesn't really help you! 

 

A while loop would greatly improve efficiency for me instead of having to use longwinded workarounds which waste both a lot of time on myside writing it, and on the users side as it is resource heavy. Please add this feature as it is a common sense command that would aid a lot of people!

Status: Under Review

Upgrading to under review and adding @GregLi to take a look.

 

 

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Status changed to: Under Review

Upgrading to under review and adding @GregLi to take a look.

 

 

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Note that as an alternative to this (and perhaps being more general), providing an option to force ForAll() to be performed SEQUENTIALLY may alleviate this.