Python for-loop with range (with one argument) (Python 3)

Python for-loop with range (with one argument)

If we call Python's range with one argument, that argument is the stop value. In this case, range will start counting at 0 until it reaches the stop value.

For example, if we call range(5), the created range object will return values 0, 1, 2, 3, and 4 when we iterate over it. So, important to note: range stops as soon as it reaches the stop value, and won't return the stop value itself.

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