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The TimesOnInt trait providing an implicit conversion that adds a times method to Ints that will repeat a given side-effecting operation multiple times.

Here's an example in which a friendly greeting is printed three times:

3 times println("Hello again, world!")

Running the above code would yield this output:

Hello again, world!
Hello again, world!
Hello again, world!

If you need to repeat a block of statements multiple times, just enclose them in parentheses, like this:

2 times {
  print("Hello ")
  print("again, ")

Running the above code would yield:

Hello again, world!
Hello again, world!

This trait enables times to be invoked on 0 and any positive integer, but attempting to invoke times on a negative integer will result in an IllegalArgumentException.

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