In this post, we will look at an interesting feature of “for” loop in Python.
In Python, we have a special clause known as “else” with for loop.
This “else” condition executes in the end when “for” loop condition fails.
To understand this, lets take an example.
1. Create a python program with for loop and else condition.
user@ngelinux$ cat else_loop.py #!/usr/bin/python i=6 for i in range(1,5): print i else: print "This is printed in the end when above condition fails" user@ngelinux$
user@ngelinux$ ./else_loop.py 1 2 3 4 This is printed in the end when above condition fails user@ngelinux$