From, say, Squirtle to Blastoise, is there a way to know how many moves will be learned in total? (From level 1 to 100.) Is there an average amount of moves all Pokémon will learn throughout their lives? Is there any source for such info?
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There's no set minimum, maximum or useful average number of moves; every Pokemon has a different learnable amount of skills, and the only common thing is they can all keep at most four moves at the same time. Pokemon may learn a couple dozen moves in their development or as few as a single move (Ditto). Evolved forms may learn different moves than their un-evolved forms (or occasionally less moves).
The only way to know how many moves a specific Pokemon will learn is to look them up on a site like Bulbapedia (just search the Pokemon's name) and check out the move list for the Pokemon in your game's generation. Search/navigate to the Learnset section (7.7), as an example here's Eevee's Learnset. By default Bulbapedia shows the Learnset of the most recent generation.