If your code is like below
count = 100 for number in count:
This will give you error like.. int object is not iterable.
In Python, the thing you pass to a for statement needs to be some kind of iterable object. The variable count here is a number which is not iterable.
You should be writing the code like below to fix the error
for number in range(count): # do stuff
In this case, what you want is just add a range statement. This will generate a list of numbers, and iterating through these will allow your for loop to execute the right number of times.