## Let’s Learn Loops!

### The For Loop

To begin learning for loops in Java, let’s start a simple project to help you see some applications for for loops. We will be looking at how a for loop can help us list all odd numbers between 1 - 1001. To do this we need to set an integer, or i, to equal 1, and make sure the for loop stops looping when our condition, i equals 1001, is met, but not before, and to make sure that only the odd numbers are being recorded we need to increment i by 2 each time.

We now have created a for loop that prints out all odd numbers between 1 and 1001. `int i = 1` sets the value of `integer` i to 1. `i <= 1001` sets our condition for the for loop. It means that as long as `integer` i is less than or equal to 1001 the for loop will continue to run and will stop as soon as that condition is no longer true. `i+=2` will increment `integer` i by 2, so that when the for loop runs once the value of i will now be 3, then 5, then 7, and so on, allowing for only the odd numbers to be printed.