Time loop.

I want to create a do untill loop in vba, which will take hours as input and continue with steps in the loop till the until criteria is met. Below the code I have so far

dim inout
Dim timenow

inout = 24  'time in hours.

timenow = Now()

Do Until i = timenow + inout

It does not work..someone has better idea??

Thank you in advance.
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Harisha M GEngineerCommented:
Hi Aiysha,
    What do you want until that ?

    Try this....

    Dim timelater As Date
    Dim inout As Integer

    inout = 24
    timelater = Now() + inout/24  ' To convert hour into days
    Do Until (timelater > Now)
        ' Do something here


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AiyshaAuthor Commented:
Hi Harish,
Thank you for helping me with the code. Do while worked better than do until..

Harisha M GEngineerCommented:
Thanks :)

Yes.. that should have been While .... Wend
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