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Copied my response from the other thread you opened
If I'm understanding you right, you want to take each row in your data, and create 100 or more copies of every row you already have?
The Generate Rows tool is fantastic for this, and its default configuration is close to what you want.
Basically, Generate Rows will perform a loop for each record in your starting dataset, and generate new rows until it reaches its end point (configured by you). If you connect Generate Rows to your input tool that has your data, you can then update the default configuration in the Condition Expression pane, and tell it to run until RowCount <=100, or 1000, or 10000, or more.
Note that this can easily cause you problems if you add too many zeroes to that number, but you can probably safely run most numbers that you might reasonably need.