Nested Loop in Python

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by vigneshchennai74 dot icon Updated: Feb 17, 2023

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 In Python, a nested loop is a loop within a loop. It allows you to iterate over a set of data multiple times and is useful for performing operations requiring multiple levels of iteration. 

Nested loops can be used for various tasks, such as iterating over a matrix or a list of lists, performing nested calculations, or creating nested data structures. However, it's important to be careful when using nested loops, as they can be slow and may lead to performance issues if used with large data sets. 

The nested loop allows you to iterate over a set of data multiple times, in this case, creating a two-dimensional grid of values. This pattern can be useful for various tasks, such as working with matrices, multi-dimensional arrays, or other nested data structures.  

Here is a simple example of how to write a nested loop in Python: 

Preview of the output that you will get on running this code.


In this solution we have used Nested Loop.

  1. Copy this code using "Copy" button above and paste it in your Python ide
  2. Run the code, get the output..

I hope you have found this useful. I have added the dependent library and version information in the following section.

I found this code snippet by searching "Python 3.x nested loop" in kandi. you can try any use case.


For nested loop please make sure you copy from '9'th Line to '11'th Line of the snippet.

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  • This solution is created using Python version 3.7.15

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