# How to restart a for loop when a condition is met?

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AlexDp on 27 Sep 2019
Answered: darova on 27 Sep 2019
Hi all, I'm trying to restart a for loop when a specific condition is met. In particular this is my code:
for t=2:365;
R1=Rgas(t-tgas,mu,sigma)
ReliabilityGAS(t)=Rgas;
time(t)=t;
TIMELOST100=[ 56 64 70 120 230];
for j=1:length(TIMELOST100)
if t==(TIMELOST100(1,j))+2
tgas=t; %in this case Rgas has to be: Rgas(0,mu,sigma)
else
tgas=0; %in this case Rgas remains: Rgas(t,mu,sigma)
end
end
end
plot(time,ReliabilityGAS)
I wish every time that "tgas=t" , t in Rgas must restart from "t=2" . How can i do that?
Thanks for who will help me.

Karthi Ramachandran on 27 Sep 2019
Edited: Karthi Ramachandran on 27 Sep 2019
"I wish every time that "tgas=t" " is a condition check . but you have assigened tgas = t;
if t==(TIMELOST100(1,j))+2 && tgas == t
t = 2; %in this case Rgas has to be: Rgas(0,mu,sigma)
else
might help if tgas is calculated else where

darova on 27 Sep 2019
Use while loop
t = 2;
while t <= 365;
R1=Rgas(t-tgas,mu,sigma)
ReliabilityGAS(t)=Rgas;
time(t)=t;
TIMELOST100=[ 56 64 70 120 230];
tgas = 0;
t = t + 1;
for j=1:length(TIMELOST100)
if t==(TIMELOST100(1,j))+2
t = 2;
tgas=t; %in this case Rgas has to be: Rgas(0,mu,sigma)
break
end
end
end
Pay attention that your loop is infinite (t will never be bigger than 58)