A range is another built-in type of sequence in Python, which
represents a range of integers.
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This pattern of binding multiple names to multiple values in a fixed-length
sequence is called sequence unpacking; it is the same pattern that we see in
assignment statements that bind multiple names to multiple values.
Ranges. <span>A range is another built-in type of sequence in Python, which
represents a range of integers. Ranges are created with range , which takes
two integer arguments: the first number and one beyond the last number in the
>>> range(1, 10) # Includes 1, but
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