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assignee=Noneclosed_at=<Date2022-04-03.00:54:41.265>created_at=<Date2021-12-10.10:42:42.112>labels= ['type-feature', '3.10', 'docs']
title='Duplicated sentence in for statement documentation'updated_at=<Date2022-04-03.00:54:41.264>user='https://github.com/michcio1234'
In for statement description, there seem to be two sentences meant to mean the same:
The suite is then executed once for each item provided by the iterator, in the order returned by the iterator. Each item in turn is assigned to the target list using the standard rules for assignments (see Assignment statements), and then the suite is executed.
Yes, it's ok. The only slight problem is that is suggests that first item is somehow special, but later it is explained that in fact it is not. :-) I would say "_Each_ item ..." (instead of "First") and without the "this is repeated for every item..." at the end, but as I said, this is also fine.