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Yes, the for loop is a type of loop. Other loop type: while.

The while loop evaluates the loop expression first. If it is true, the loop body executes, and then the loop iterates with the loop expression. If the expression is initially false, the loop body will never execute.The do while loop evaluates the loop body first, then it evaluates the loop expression. If it is true, the loop iterates with the loop body. The loop body will execute at least one time, no matter what the outcome of the loop expression.

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The condition for a while loop is tested at the start of the loop. It is tested at the end of the loop for a do-while loop. The body of a do-while loop will always be executed at least once. Whereas for a while loop if the condition is false to start with, the body of the loop is never executed.

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These are all in order. I found them on Wikipedia, so you can find them there, too. There are more on Wiki then I put down. The Rainbow fairies: Ruby the Red Fairy Amber the Orange Fairy Sunny/Saffron the Yellow Fairy Fern the Green Fairy Sky the Blue Fairy Inky/Izzy the Indigo Fairy Heather the Violet Fairy The Weather fairies: Crystal The Snow Fairy Abigail The Breeze Fairy Pearl The Cloud Fairy Goldie The Sunshine Fairy Evie The Mist Fairy Storm The Lightning Fairy Hayley The Rain Fairy The Party Fairies: Cherry the Cake fairy Melodie the Music Fairy Grace the Glitter Fairy Honey the Sweet/Candy Fairy Polly the Party Fun Fairy Phoebe the Fashion Fairy Jasmine the Present Fairy The Jewel Fairies: India The Moonstone Fairy Scarlett The Garnet Fairy Emily The Emerald Fairy Chloe The Topaz Fairy Amy The Amethyst Fairy Sophie The Sapphire Fairy Lucy The Diamond Fairy The Pet Fairies: Katie the Kitten Fairy Bella the Bunny Fairy Georgia the Guinea Pig Fairy Lauren the Puppy Fairy Harriet the Hamster Fairy Molly the Goldfish Fairy Penny the Pony Fairy The Fun Day Fairies: Megan the Monday Fairy Tallulah the Tuesday Fairy Willow the Wednesday Fairy Thea the Thursday Fairy Freya the Friday Fairy Sienna the Saturday Fairy Sarah the Sunday Fairy The Petal Fairies Tia The Tulip Fairy Pippa The Poppy Fairy Louise The Lily Fairy Charlotte The Sunflower Fairy Olivia The Orchid Fairy Danielle The Daisy Fairy Ella The Rose fairy The Dance Fairies Bethany The Ballet Fairy Jade The Disco Fairy Rebecca The Rock 'n' Roll Fairy Tasha The Tap Dance Fairy Jessica the Jazz Fairy Saskia/Serena The Salsa Fairy Imogen/Isabelle The Ice Dance Fairy The Sports Fairies Helena The Horse riding Fairy Francesca the Football/Stacey The Soccer Fairy Zoe The Skating Fairy Naomi the Netball/Brittany The Basketball Fairy (depends on the country) Samantha The Swimming Fairy Alice The Tennis Fairy Gemma The Gymnastics Fairy The Music Fairies Poppy The Piano Fairy Ellie The Guitar Fairy Fiona The Flute Fairy Danni The Drum Fairy Maya The Harp Fairy Victoria The Violin Fairy Sadie The Saxophone Fairy The Magical Animal Fairies Ashley The Dragon Fairy Lara The Black Cat Fairy Erin The Phoenix Fairy Rihanna The Seahorse Fairy Sophia The Snow Swan Fairy Leona The Unicorn Fairy Caitlin The Ice Bear Fairy

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