Alternatively referred to as an infinite loop or a continuous loop, an endless loop is a continuous repetition of a program segment. For example, when creating a batch file, an endless loop can be created by using the GOTO statement that refers back to the beginning of the loop.
Echo This is an endless loop!
As illustrated in the above example, the program will print "This is an endless loop!", go back to the BEGIN statement and repeat this process indefinitely.
- How can I loop or start a batch file over after it has completed?
- Aborting a batch file, command, or other program stuck in a loop.