The Python range() method constructs an irreversible series of integers beginning with the specified start integer and ending with the given finish integer. The range() method is a built-in function that determines a range object made up of a sequence of numeric integers that we may run over using a for a loop.
In Python, we may repeat an operation a specified number of times by using a for loop with a range().
Points to keep in mind while using the range() function:
• Because the range() method only works with numbers, all parameters must be integers as well. As a start, stop, and step value, you cannot use float values or some other data type.
• Positive or negative arguments can be made for each of the three arguments.
• The value of the step cannot be 0. Python will throw a ValueError exception if step=0.