In this exercise, the code for the
for loop has to be indented. Why does it have to be?
Indentation in Python is used to identify lines of code which are executed together. The block of code that is part of
for loop has to be indented so that Python knows what to execute for each iteration of the loop. The point at which the indentation ends identifies the code that is NOT part of the
In the following code example, the
print() call which outputs “In loop” will be repeated as part of the
for loop but the next immediate line containing the
print() which outputs “Not in loop” will execute only once.
for x in range(5): print("In loop") print("Not in loop")