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A for loop is a count-controlled loop which means it your code says exactly how many times the loop should repeat.
A for loop will use a variable to count between the minimum and maximum value. This variable is called the index, which is why for loops often use the variable i.
A for loop is an example of definite iteration because the number of times the loop repeats is clearly defined.
This example will count from 10 to 20