The following programs demonstrate some Examples of Using Loops in Python.
Like other programming languages, python also has a for loop. The following loop varies the variable x from 0 to 34 and prints x multiplied by 3.
for x in range(35): print(3*x, end=", ")
Another example of using for loop is here. The following code prints each element of the list four times.
a = ['Sam', 'Joe', 'Luke'] for user_name in a: print(user_name*4)
Similarly, we can use a for loop to print a series. The following code displays a series from 12 to 0 with each term of the series decremented by three.
my_nn = 12 while my_nn >= 0: print(my_nn) my_nn -= 3
The following loop demonstrates the use of break statement. When i becomes greater than 14, the loop terminates.
for i in range(20): if i > 14: break print(i)
Likewise, the following code demonstrates the use of continue statement. When i becomes equal to 7, the corresponding iteration skips the rest of the statements. Afterward, the loop continues. Hence, the loop all prints all numbers from 0 to 13, except the number 7.
for i in range(14): if i == 7: continue print(i)
- Dot Net Framework
- Power Bi
- Scratch 3.0