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Can "for" loops have a stored value inside the range?


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Im trying to put a stored value inside the range of a "for" loop, and I don't know if that's permitted, an example would be:

M = np.array([[8,8,8,8],
                        [8,8,8,8],
                        [8,8,8,8],
                        [8,8,8,8]])

for j in range (4):
    for i in range(4):
        for k in range(2,M[i,j]):
            if M[i,j] % k == 0:
                print("yes")

            else

                print("no")
 

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I don't use Python much, but it looks like it should work just fine. The variable M is available and can be passed into the range() function, so there should be no problem.

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