Input in a for loop, MATLAB Programming

Input in a for Loop:

The script below repeats the process of prompting the user for a number, and echo printing the number (that means simply printing it back out). A for loop identifies how many times this is to take place. This is the other example in which the loop variable is not used in the action, but rather just identifies how many times to repeat the action.

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