Range, Python Programming

Range

Very frequently, we will want to iterate through a list of integer values, often as indices.  Python gives a useful function, range, which gives lists of integers. It may be used in complex types, but the basic usage  is range(n),  which  gives a list of integers going from 0 up to, but not adding, its argument. So range(3) returns [0, 1, 2].

 

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