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minimallinux

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Can anyone explain for num in range(5): ? Thanks

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  1. rsmith6559
    • 3 years ago
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    Range creates an iterable object that wiill retun the values from 0 to 4. In Python, an index is JUST below the value i points to. If range is called with two arguments, they're the start and stop values. A third value would be the step value, how much the variable is adjusted each iteration.

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