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An for loop is one of the few loops we have within Python.
These loops are easy to learn and code and as an added bonus they have a built in counter.
This is how it looks like :
for i in range():
Note the print can be changed to whatever function you like
Inside the () of the for loop you include the number of loops
For this example we will use 4 loops
To do this we start at 0 (because this is really 1 and not 0)
So we get :
for i in range(0,4)
You can also use the input feature to allow the user to select the amount of loops
it would look as :
x = int(input())
for i in range(0,x)
If you want we can use len() as well
y = input()
for i in range(0,len(y))
And that's the for loop for more detail look through the code as that explains the for loop as well
For more check the code in itself
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In the future, maybe try to put the explanations in the post description (possibly with some code snippets) to make it look at bit more appealing? otherwise it seems fine