lua loop through table

-- Define a sample table
myTable = {10, 20, 30, 40, 50}

-- Iterate through the elements of the table using a numeric for loop
for i = 1, #myTable do
    -- Access the current element using the index 'i'
    local currentValue = myTable[i]

    -- Print the index and value of the current element
    print("Index:", i, "Value:", currentValue)

Explanation: 1. A table named myTable is defined with numeric elements {10, 20, 30, 40, 50}. 2. The for loop is set up to iterate from index 1 to the length of the table (#myTable). 3. Inside the loop, the variable i represents the current index in each iteration. 4. local currentValue = myTable[i] retrieves the value of the element at the current index (i) and stores it in the variable currentValue. 5. The print statement outputs the index and value of the current element during each iteration.