In Python, you can repeat a task multiple times using control flow statements such as for loops and while loops.
For loops can be used to iterate through a range of numbers, a list, a tuple, a string, or any other iterable object. Here's an example of a for loop that prints the numbers from 1 to 5:
for i in range(1, 6): print(i)
While loops continue executing as long as a certain condition is true. Here's an example of a while loop that prints the numbers from 1 to 5:
i = 1 while i <= 5: print(i) i += 1
You can also use built-in functions such as
filter() to repeat a certain action on elements.
You also have the option to use recursion, where a function calls itself until a certain base case is reached.
Python also provides a module
itertools which has several functions that can be used to repeat actions multiple times.
You can also use libraries like NumPy and pandas for data manipulation, it provides methods for repeating operations on arrays and dataframes.