The `while`

loop will run as long as an
expression passed to it as a parameter is
*true*. It allows you to perform an
arbitrary number of iterations.
Here is its syntax:

```
while ( while the expression is true ) {
executes this code cyclically;
at the beginning of each loop, we check the expression in parentheses
}
```

The loop will end when the expression is no longer true. If it was false initially, then it will never be executed.

Let's use the `while`

loop to sequentially
display numbers from one to five as an example:

```
let i = 1;
while (i <= 5) {
console.log(i);
i++;
}
```

And now we will divide the given number by
`2`

as many times until the result
becomes less than `10`

:

```
let num = 500;
while (num > 10) {
num = num / 2;
}
console.log(num); // the result
```

Print the numbers from `1`

to
`100`

to the console.

Print the numbers from `11`

to
`33`

to the console.

Given the number `num`

with some
initial value. Multiply it by `3`

as many times until the result of the
multiplication is greater than `1000`

.
What number will come out? Count the
number of iterations required for this.