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 ```' Learn how to use a for loop. ' You should always use a for loop when the amount of repetitions is known. Private Sub Form_Load() 'display the numbers from 0 to 9 For i = 0 To 9 Text1.Text = Text1.Text & i & "," Next i End Sub ' Let us take a closer look at our for loop: '---------------------------------------------------------------- ' For i = 0 To 9 ' Text1.Text = i ' Next i '---------------------------------------------------------------- ' For - for loop ' i - use i as our integer ' 0 - start value = 0 ' To - between start and stop value ' 9 - stop value = 9 ' Next - go to next step (if i < 9 then end for loop) '---------------------------------------------------------------- 'Description: ' The for loop will loop from the given start walue to the given stop value. ' The amount of loops will then be 10 (first loop i=0). '----------------------------------------------------------------------------- ```

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