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How to use multiple break statments

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In the below code if any of the error goes below the limit the loop break. But I want to break the loop if all of the conditions errors are below the defined limits. How can I modify this piece of code.
for i = 1:100
if(sln2.Error<=1)
break
else
% Update weights
Ext.W22=beta*Ext.W22;
Ext.W22List(i) = Ext.W22;
end
%% Convergance Check sub 2
sln3.Error=max(abs(Ext.P_gen_scaling-Ext.P_gen_scaling_3));
SLN3(i)=sln3;
if(sln3.Error<=0.1)
break
else
end
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Muhammad Qaisar Fahim
Muhammad Qaisar Fahim on 14 Jul 2021
Please consider this below code
for i=1:100
if(sln2.Error<=1)
break
else
% Update weights
Ext.W22=beta*Ext.W22;
Ext.W22List(i) = Ext.W22;
end
%% Convergance Check sub 2
sln3.Error=max(abs(Ext.P_gen_scaling-Ext.P_gen_scaling_3));
SLN3(i)=sln3;
if(sln3.Error<=0.1)
break
else
% Update weights
Ext.W23=beta*Ext.W23;
Ext.W23List(i) = Ext.W23
end
end

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Accepted Answer

David Hill
David Hill on 14 Jul 2021
for i = 1:100
if ~(sln2.Error<=1)
Ext.W22=beta*Ext.W22;
Ext.W22List(i) = Ext.W22;
end
sln3.Error=max(abs(Ext.P_gen_scaling-Ext.P_gen_scaling_3));
SLN3(i)=sln3;
if (sln3.Error<=0.1)&&(sln2.Error<=1)
break;
end
end
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Muhammad Qaisar Fahim
Muhammad Qaisar Fahim on 14 Jul 2021
Thanks alot this worked . But later on if I have more than 2 statments then I need to add 2nd &&?

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More Answers (1)

Jan
Jan on 14 Jul 2021
for i = 1:100
Ext.W22 = beta * Ext.W22;
Ext.W22List(i) = Ext.W22;
%% Convergance Check sub 2
sln3.Error = max(abs(Ext.P_gen_scaling - Ext.P_gen_scaling_3));
SLN3(i) = sln3;
if (sln3.Error <= 0.1) && (sln2.Error <= 1)
break
end
end
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Muhammad Qaisar Fahim
Muhammad Qaisar Fahim on 14 Jul 2021
Thanks Jan. Your recommendation worked for me

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