Here’s an example of how to create a multiplication table in Python using a for loop:

```
def multiplication_table(n):
for i in range(1, n+1):
row = []
for j in range(1, n+1):
row.append(i*j)
print(row)
# test the function with a sample input
multiplication_table(10)
```

In this solution, we define a function `multiplication_table`

that takes an integer `n`

as input. The function uses a for loop to iterate over the numbers from 1 to `n`

and creates a list `row`

that contains the products of each number with the numbers from 1 to `n`

. The `row`

list is then printed as a row in the multiplication table.

In the main part of the script, we test the function with a sample input `n`

of 10 and call the `multiplication_table`

function to create the multiplication table.

To use this code with other values of `n`

, simply replace `n`

with the desired value.

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