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Instruction: Create a for loop that logs the numbers 4 to 156 to the console. To log a value to the console use the console.log( ) method.

I can't see why I'm getting a syntax error no matter how hard I look. Can someone please explain?

script.js
```var conNum = '';

for (var i = 4; i < 4;  i > 156; i += 1;) {
conNum = i;
}
console.log(conNum)
```

Hi Charles

Almost there with your loop. your passing too many arguments to the for loop for what you need.

the for loop folows the following syntax:

```for ([initialExpression]; [condition]; [incrementExpression])
statement
```
• First, set the initial expression - We want the loop to start at 4
• Second, set the condition - We want the loop to iterate up to 156 (i less than or equal to 156)
• Third, increment i each loop iteration - i++
```for ( var i = 4; i <= 156; i++ ) {
conNum = i;
}
```

Also, you are console logging outside the loop, if you wan to log every iteration add the console log inside the loop which gives the final solution looking like below:

```for( var i = 4; i <= 156; i++ ) {
console.log(i);
}
```

Does this make sense?

why does "i+=1" not work? Does it not do the same thing?

for( var i = 4; i <= 156; i+=1 ) { console.log(i); }

That makes a lot of sense. Thanks