In Python, how can the compiler identify the inner block of a for loop?

Here is the answer of the question: In Python, how can the compiler identify the inner block of a for loop?

  • because of the level of indentation after the for loop
  • because of the end keyword at the end of the for loop
  • because of the block is surrounded by brackets ({})
  • because of the blank space at the end of the body of the for loop

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