What is the meaning of the three sections specified between parentheses in a for loop separated by semicolons?

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  • The first is the iterating variable name, the second is the number of times to iterate, and the third is the desired increment or decrement (specified with a signed integer).
  • The first is the initialization block, the second is the condition to iterate, and the third is the increment block.
  • The first is the iterating variable, the second is the container in which it should operate, and the third is an exit condition to abort at any time.
  • The first is the iterating variable name, the second is the starting value for the iterating variable, and the third is the stop value (the last value plus one).
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