It's about the combination of Python if and for statements.
v = false
for i in range (5):
for j in range (5):
if v is false:
print ("✳︎", end == "")
v = true
print ("-", end = "")
v = false
print ()

I want you to explain this in an easy-to-understand manner!
In particular, I don't know the relationship between i, j and ✳︎,-and why they alternate.

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