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Dynamic range allocation would be a great topic.
I could have understood wrongly, I understand that by dynamic range allocation you mean what if there were 30 instead of 10, still the for-each is valid as it iterate through all the fields (or objects), if, for example, you wanted to check something first to see if a password needs to be added, or if one field had the value NULL for some reason, a nested if would suffice, maybe to continue through the iteration without altering that specific row or to stop the iteration completely depending on the location. If that doesn’t answer your question, please, elaborate.
The topic of pivot tables was interesting to me, I learned new functions and different ways to do these exercises.
I can apply this knowledge in my work project to do better automation with documents and processing data.
For now, I don’t have any questions but in the moment of practice, those will come.
Thanks for the great explanation.
Very useful course to automate tasks.