How to check if a loop in a forloop is finished

I want to teleport the players to many different locations after each other, but how can I achieve this?

for i, v in pairs(workspace.TeleportParts:GetChildren()) do
   game.Players.LocalPlayer.Character.PrimaryPart.CFrame = v.CFrame

a loop is like wait when the loop ends it will continue the next code at the end of the loop

for i = 1, 3 do

print("loop is finished")
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you must do this on the server
cuz on the client you wont be able to know if other client is already teleported
you will need to send it to the server and send a delay to each client when they are ready to teleport which is more complicated

i think this is what you want to archive

local TeleportParts = workspace.TeleportParts:GetChildren()

for _, Player in pairs(game.Players:GetPlayers()) do
	Player.Character.PrimaryPart.CFrame = TeleportParts[math.random(1, #TeleportParts)].CFrame

print("All Players Are Teleported!")

Code that you want to run after the for loop can be put directly after the loop

for i, v in pairs() do
print("Loop finished")

For loop will yield the script until the loop is finished and will only run the next line after finished looping

local start = tick()

for i = 1, 5 do
    print("I'm still in the loop!")

print('That took '..tick()-start) -- approx. 5