In range loop

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In Lua, a range loop is not directly supported like in some other programming languages. However, it can be achieved using the for loop in combination with the ipairs function for iterating over a range of values. Here's an example:

for i = 1, 10 do

In this example, the for loop initializes a variable i to 1, specifies the end condition as 10, and defaults the increment to 1. The loop then iterates from 1 to 10, and the print(i) statement displays the current value of i in each iteration.

The ipairs function can be used to achieve a similar effect when working with arrays or sequences. For example:

local myArray = {10, 20, 30, 40, 50}
for index, value in ipairs(myArray) do
    print(index, value)

In this case, the ipairs function returns the index-value pairs of the array myArray, allowing the loop to iterate over the elements and display both the index and value in each iteration.