Exercise 4: Tutorials

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Write the start of a tutorial on for loops in the programming language of your choice. Use code snippets as needed.

Pick one of the following audiences:

  • Students learning their first programming language who don't yet know what loops are.
  • Students who already know at least one programming language but are now learning a new programming language. For example, students who already know C or C++ but are now learning Python.

To simplify the tutorial, assume that both audiences already know how to do the following in whatever programming language they are learning:

  • Enter and modify source code.
  • Execute programs.
  • Create variables and assign values to those variables.
  • Output variable values and constant strings.