Here is a simple for loop which we’ll demonstrate using the range function.
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In Pyth+on, a block of code is indicated by white space indents rather than encasing it brackets.
=>=>=> for i in range(5):
… x = i * 10 # note the 4 space indent
The “:” colon indicates the start of the new block.
There are a couple of conventions regarding white spaces:
- indents should be 4 spaces long
- always use space rather than tab to create the whitespace. Also never mix tabs with spaces.
Also long lines can be broken over multiple lines by wrapping expressions in parentheses.