Hi. As of today, I am starting to learn Rhino/Python scripting. I have negligible experience with programming languages, other than some Basic in a distant past (should I mention Algol? ), and some (very little) experience in creating macro’s for another cad software package.
I am working my way through the Rhino Python Primer, and have read the first pages of the Interactive Python Tutorial at iron python.net.
I have stumbled over the following in conditional loops:
The Primer states that the basic syntax for a ‘while’ loop is
if (condition is met) : break
The Tutorial states as syntax
while (condition is not met)
The latter seems more efficient. Are there any drawbacks to one or the other?