Vic Mercier3,276 Points
student = students[i];
If I understand well that means the student variable can change?
Stuart Wright41,071 Points
That line of code would appear inside your for loop, where i is greater than or equal to 0, and less than the length of your array.
student = students[i] will then result in the item at index i in the array being assigned to variable student.
Gustavo WinterPro Student 27,382 Points
Every time the looping run the variable "i" will get one valor. Each valor represent a objects inside your array, Ex: [0, 1, 2, 3, 4]
In each loop the variable "student" asborve the array content. Obs: every looping the variable "i" will added by 1. At the end of every loop the result of "student" appears at the screen.