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Use of else block with Python loops

An awesome feature that most programming languages do not offer

“An else block can exist only when an if block exists before it.”

As a programmer not belonging to Python background, I was a strict follower of this rule. But I was left awestruck and confused after I saw one of my friends’ Python code that used an else block after a for loop. So, I performed some research and found that Python provides a feature, that allows us to use an else block with for and while loops. The else block after a for or…

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Sagun Raj Lage

Sagun Raj Lage

Author of Getting Started with WidgetKit (2021) | iOS Engineer | Full Stack Engineer

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