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Ranges

Outside the context of a conditional expression, expr .. expr and expr ... expr construct Range objects. The two-dot form is an inclusive range; the one with three dots is a range that excludes its last element. See the description of class Range on page 359 for details. Also see the description of conditional expressions on page 222 for other uses of ranges.
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