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# in the video your not explaining how {} work...

all of a sudden it skips down lines and print pops up. hows that happen, i type it into the answer on the challenge (replacing the 2s with 7s) and it doesn't work

for_loops.swift
```for number in 1...10 {
```

the task states Use a for-in loop to print out a "7 times table". Your output should look like this:

1 * 7 = 7

2 * 7 = 14

Etc., all the way up to 10. Each line should be on a new line.

we can use a range and a for loop to loop through all the numbers 1 through 10.

we can then use string interpolation to interpolate the number variable, and the number variable * 7 to create the desired output

```for number in 1...10 {
println("\(number) * 7 = \(number  * 7)")
}
```

you use { } to create code blocks, or pieces of code that are grouped together. blocks of code like this are common when using loops, functions, etc

at 4:39 of this video amit opens a new block of code ( {} ) after the for in loop.

he then manually types print and selects println from autocomplete. it does not just pop up. the code challenge engine is not xcode, so it does not support code completion. you will have to type all code out yourself

no, what I'm saying is it randomly goes from this line {

to down here } and he doesn't explain how you do that

oh, you press enter/return.

```for number in 1...10 {  //then press return a few times to create new lines

} // then add the brace
```

is that what you mean?

i still can't figure out what the answer is, i feel like i am typing it in right but its still saying wrong, the error doesn't explain whats wrong about it

ah okay thanks, i think i was leaving out the second \