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In line #11 - you increment the value of y for every iteration in the for loop.
In line #12 - you check whether value of x is greater than 4. If so you increment the value of y.
In line #16 - you check whether value of y is greater than 14, If so then you use the break command to exit the for loop. Once a break is executed the for loop is terminated and the value of y will be 15 outside the for loop..
Try to run below program to understand it. If you work out with a pencil and paper you will understand it better.
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Thank you so much Sir,
Finally got it. had to read it a couple of times letter by letter.