Originally Posted by Lonewolf10
And, for what it's worth, I much prefer the syntax in BASIC just the way it is.
I personally don't understand lines such as:
I in A? If I=1 what does A equal? 1?
For I in ["Alphabet", "soup", "contains", "vegetables"]
For some mythical BASIC with this type of For loop (more commonly known as ForEach in general or ForAll in AmigaE).
In Python, for example, if you want to count from 1 to 30, you do something like this:
for x in range(30):
(Note that anything ending with a colon indicates the start of a block and the indent level marks the extent of the block.)