33: Loops and Lists
You should now be able to do some programs that are much more interesting. If you have been keeping up, you should realize that now you can combine all the other things you have learned with
if-statements and boolean expressions to make your programs do smart things.
However, programs also need to do repetitive things very quickly. We are going to use a
for-loop in this exercise to build and print various lists. When you do the exercise, you will start to figure out what they are. I won't tell you right now. You have to figure it out.
Before you can use a
for-loop, you need a way to store the results of loops somewhere. The best way to do this is with
Lists are exactly what their name says: a container of things that are organized in order from first to last. It's not complicated; you just have to learn a new syntax. First, there's how you make
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