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As, when or while ? - english grammar today - a reference to written and spoken english grammar and usage - cambridge dictionary.

Usage note as a conjunction, while is used to indicate that two events are happening at the same time (while i was preparing the hamburger patties, she sliced the onions and tomatoes), but it can also be used to contrast two clauses in a nontemporal way (while the h is silent in the word honest, it is pronounced in the word hostile).

While is a word in the english language that functions both as a noun and as a subordinating conjunction. Its meaning varies largely based on its intended function, position in the phrase and even the writer or speakers regional dialect. As a conjunction, it is synonymous with the word whilst, a form often considered archaic in american english, as well as in some style guides on both sides of the atlantic.

While definition of while by The Free Dictionary

A while and awhile are often confused due to the fact that while is often accompanied by.

While

While expression, statements, end evaluates an expression, and repeats the execution of a group of statements in a loop while the expression is true. An expression is true when its result is nonempty and contains only nonzero elements (logical or real numeric).

While

While conjunction (during) a2 (also formal whilst, uk walst us walst ) during the time that, or at the same time as i read it while you were drying your hair.

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WHILE | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

  language note the form whilst is also used in formal or literary english, especially british english. Conjunction if something happens while something else is happening, the two things are happening at the same time. They were grinning and watching while one man laughed and poured his drink over the head of another.

The while loop has a condition that evaluates to a boolean value. Which means that if the condition is false, the code inside the loop doesnt execute.

While

While is a word in the english language that functions both as a noun and as a subordinating conjunction. Its meaning varies largely based on its intended function, position in the phrase and even the writer or speakers regional dialect. As a conjunction, it is synonymous with the word whilst, a form often considered archaic in american english, as well as in some style guides on both sides of the atlantic.

A while and awhile are often confused due to the fact that while is often accompanied by.