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JavaScript JavaScript Loops Working with 'for' Loops Create a for Loop

Basically, what is the right code, GOD bless, , b, PAUL JORDAN NANNEY

Basically, what is the right code, GOD bless, , b, PAUL JORDAN NANNEY

script.js
const main = document.querySelector('main'); 
let html = `<div>1</div>`; 

for ( let i = 5; i <= 100; i++ ) {
  html += `<div>${i}</div>`;
}

main.innerHTML = html;

1 Answer

Brandon White
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Brandon White
Treehouse Moderator

Hi Paul,

Your for loop looks great. The challenge is asking you to log the numbers to the console though, and for that you don’t need to do any DOM traversal.

Here’s one solution for the challenge. It’s essentially the same as yours, but instead of adding the numbers to the DOM, they’re logged in the console.

index.js
for (let i = 5; i <= 100; i++) {
  console.log(i);
}

If you have any questions about what the console is, let me know.

Hope this helps.