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b used as a function word to indicate an intended goal left for home acted for the best. c used as a function word to indicate the object or recipient of a perception, desire, or activity now for a good rest run for your life an eye for a bargain.
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From Middle English for, from Old English for for, on account of, for the sake of, through, because of, owing to, from, by reason of, as to, in order to, from Proto-Germanic furi for, from Proto-Indo-European preh. Cognate with West Frisian foar for, Dutch voor for, German für for, Danish for for, Swedish för for, Norwegian for for, Icelandic fyrir for, Latin per by, through, for, by means of and Romance language successors e.g.
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For example, in the for statement in the following pseudocode fragment, when calculating the new value for Ai, except for the first with i 2 the reference to Ai 1 will obtain the new value that had been placed there in the previous step.
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