How to Create a Loop to Run a Python Function Twice?

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To create a loop to run a Python function twice, you can use a for loop with the range() function. Here’s an example of how to create a loop to run a Python function twice:

# define the function to be run
def my_function():
    print("Hello, world!")

# loop twice and call the function each time
for i in range(2):
    my_function()

In this example, we define a simple function called my_function() that prints “Hello, world!”. We then use a for loop with the range() function to loop twice, and call the my_function() function each time through the loop.

When you run this program, it will print “Hello, world!” twice.

You can modify this example to run any function you want, and to loop any number of times you want by changing the argument to range(). For example, to run the function three times, you could use for i in range(3):.

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