There are many kinds of fly, and none of them have babies. They lay eggs. The common house fly can lay about 500 eggs total in 5 or 6 batches.
Fruit flies, the most common fly in houses, complete their life cycle in as little as a week. First, an egg is fertilized by a male and placed in fruit “nest” by a female. The egg hatches into larva, which feeds on the fruit. Then the larva creates a cocoon and soon becomes a fully developed fruit fly. Now its ready to reproduce, in the manner that rigibson mentions above.
It really depends because you cannot compare the amount of times a butterfly lays eggs, to a moth, or to a fruit fly, so I think you would have to be a little bit more specific to get the answer that you want.
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