For loops are used to iterate over a set of values and perform a set of operations that are given in the body of the loop. For loops are used for sequential traversal. In Julia, there is no C style for loop, i.e., for (i = 0; i < n; i++). There is a "for in" loop which is similar to for each loop in other languages. Let us learn how to use for in loop for sequential traversals.
for iterator in range statements(s) end
Here, ‘for‘ is the keyword stating for loop, ‘in‘ keyword is used to define a range in which to iterate, ‘end‘ keyword is used to denote the end of for loop.
Nested for-loop: Julia programming language allows to use one loop inside another loop. The following section shows an example to illustrate the concept.
for iterator in range for iterator in range statements(s) statements(s) end end
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