I don’t think I quite understand “count +=1”. It states that it increases count by 1 on this page and the following 5 exercises makes sense with it: https://www.codecademy.com/courses/learn-python/lessons/loops/exercises/while-youre-here?action=resume_content_item.
However, on exercise 7, “count +=1” is used but I don’t understand the reasoning when we are not looking to have any numbers values change by a value of 1. I tried deleting “count +=1” in the code and running it and I noticed that the output displays a longer list (rather than 3) of random numbers until a 5 shows up, but that doesn’t explain to me why a “count += 1” is used in the coding. Did its meaning change? If so, how? And when do I want to use it? Here is the link to exerise 7: