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For 
For is a looping statement. It has three parts. One is initialization part, second one is condition part and another one is increment or decrement part.

Intial part will execute once. After that goes to the condition part if condition is tree then executes block of statement. After that executes increment or decrement part then moves to condition again. This looping continues till condition is getting false.
Syntax 
For (initial part;condition or expression;increment or decrement)
{
   statements;
}
Program
#include
void main(){
    int i;
    for (i=1;i<=5;i++){
        printf("I = %d\n",i);
    }
}
Output 
I = 1
I = 2
I = 3
I = 4
I = 5
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