If you ever in Visual Studio, write down ‘for’ and tip two times ‘tab’ on keyboard, you will be seeing that for Iteration statement would be created for you.

for(int i=0; i <10; i++){

  //your code

}

i – any variable name

1st part – counter declaration, can be initialized to any number

2nd part – condition, can be any expression that equates to a bool

3nd part – increment i++ / decrement i–, can step more than i using +=.

string[] names = new string[]{"John", "Paul", "Josh"};

for(int i = 0; i<names.Length; i++){

//can search for a specific value

if(names[i] == "Josh"){
//do something here
// can break out additional iterations if need to
break;
}
}

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