Think of a nested loop as a race track within a race track. When you begin each lap on the main oval, you veer into another track inside the original (the nested track/loop). You may go around any number of times within the smaller track before looping around the main one. Then it starts over again until you've done the required number of laps on the main track. In all, you may go around a thousand times, or many more!
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