Is there a way to get the loop counter of a for loop without using a range?
If I have a for loop using a range like this:
for x in range(10):
then it is just x to get the score. But tell me I have a for loop using a list:
layer = [somedata,someotherdata...etc] for row in layer: print #the number the loop is on
Is there a way to do this other than specifying an integer variable count and incrementing it each run like this?
layer = [somedata] count = 0 for row in layer: print count count += 1
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