An infinite loop is a loop that never exits. This can happen for a few reasons:
The loop condition cannot possibly be false (e.g.
while 1 != 2)
The logic of the loop prevents the loop condition from becoming false.
count = 10 while count > 0: count += 1 # Instead of count -= 1
The loop in the editor has two problems: it’s missing a colon (a syntax error) and
count is never incremented (logical error). The latter will result in an infinite loop, so be sure to fix both before running!