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From Middle English for, from Old English for for, on account of, for the sake of, through, because of, owing to, from, by reason of, as to, in order to, from Proto-Germanic furi for, from Proto-Indo-European preh. Cognate with West Frisian foar for, Dutch voor for, German für for, Danish for for, Swedish för for, Norwegian for for, Icelandic fyrir for, Latin per by, through, for, by means of and Romance language successors e.g.
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c used as a function word to indicate the object or recipient of a perception, desire, or activity now for a good rest run for your life an eye for a bargain. 2 a: as being or constituting taken for a fool eggs for breakfast.
3.18 Iterations and Comprehensions: for, for/list.,
The id s are then effectively updated with the values of the step-expr s, where the default step-expr for id is just id; more precisely, iteration continues with fresh locations for the id s that are initialized with the values of the corresponding step-expr s.

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