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 ```#include #include using namespace std; int main() { for(int i = 0; i < 10; i++) // A basic for loop { cout << "Number: "<< i << endl; // Display myNumber } getchar(); // wait for a key to be pressed return 0; } /* Learn how to use a for loop. Use a for loop when the number of repetitions is known. Let us take a closer look at our for loop: ---------------------------------------------------------------- for(int i = 0; i < 10; i++) { cout << i; } ---------------------------------------------------------------- for - for loop int i = 0 - create a new integer i, start counting at 0 i < 10 - if i is larger than 10, then stop the for loop i++ - i=i+1; increase i with 1 { - start the foor loop cout << i; - print out i } - go to next i (if i < 10 then end the for loop) ---------------------------------------------------------------- Description: The for loop loops from the given start walue to the given stop value. The amount of loops will then be stop - start. In this case the for loop will loope 10 times (10 - 0). Since the start count is 0 the last count will be 9. ---------------------------------------------------------------- */ ```

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