The current For Each activity is used to loop over a collection of items. This is definitely useful, but the standard for loop in VB.net uses a counter and a range and iterates over an integer value. See this documentation: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/visual-basic/language-reference/statements/for-next-statement
I am requesting that a new activity be added that can take a counter variable, start and end numbers, as well as a step amount.
This would be very helpful for creating an idiomatic means of performing a given bit of code multiple times. The current workarounds are clunky, such as using a while loop with an assign activity to assign a variable being used as the index to itself with the step or attempting to create collections variables with the number of elements to represent the total amount of times that one wishes to iterate.