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That method seems better.  For this project, I'm supposed to run through data sets for the number of steps being 100, 1000, 10000 and 100000 so it was taking a while to run.  MY question now is, would there be a way to just return the final value instead of the value after each iteration?  That would be much easier to work with when I have to run my data analysis.