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Idiom #50 Make an infinite loop

Write a loop which has no end clause.

for(;;){
	// Do something
}
while(1){
	// Do something
}
#define forever while(1)
forever {
	// Do something
}
loop
   null;
end loop;
while (true) {
	// Do something
}
for (;;) {
	/// Do something
}
1
while (true)
{
    // Do something
}
for (;;) {}
while (true) { }
while (true) {
  // do something
}
defmodule Looping do
	def infinite do
		# Write code here	
		infinite
	end
end
loop() ->
	do:something(),
	loop().
for {
	// Do something
}
Control.Monad.forever (getLine >>= putStrLn)
while (true) {
	// to infinity
}
while(true) {
	// Do something	
}
for(;;){
	// Do something
}
while true do 
	-- Do something
end
while (true) {
    // do something
    }
While True do { nothing };
while (1) {
   do_stuff();
}
while True:
	pass
loop do
  # endless joy
end
loop {
	// Do something
}
while(true){
  //Do stuff in here
}

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