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RUST For Loop

A loop the number of iterations of which is definite/fixed is termed as a definite loop. The for loop is an implementation of a definite loop. For Loop The for loop executes the code block for a specified number of times. It can be used to
iterate over a fixed set of values, such as an array.

Example of RUST For Loop


fn main(){
 for x in 1..11{ // 11 is not inclusive
 if x==5 {
 continue;
 }
 println!("x is {}",x);
 }
}

Output for above code:

x is 1
x is 2
x is 3
x is 4
x is 6
x is 7
x is 8
x is 9
x is 10


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