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"Use a for or while loop to iterate through the values in the temperatures array from the first item -- 100 -- to the last -- 10. Inside the loop, log the current array value to the console." Now at first i knew i had to put

```var temperatures = [100,90,99,80,70,65,30,10];
for(var i = 0; i > temperatures.length; i=+1){
console.log( temperatures[i] );
}
```

and it wouldn't let me go, so Im wondering what key term did i miss to have not thought about 1++ (which btw i don't know what '++' means) and only reason why i know its that is because i googled the question and someone had the answer. Im really confused.

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Hi Victor,

The code I used is exactly like yours, except you're using the "greater than" symbol instead of the "less than" symbol. You have "i >temperatures.length" instead of "i < temperatures.length"

Just change that and it will work. I tested it.

MOD

Hi Victor,

Try changing your iteration operator from =+ to +=.

```for(var i = 0; i > temperatures.length; i=+1)
```

At the moment you're assigning new values rather than interating through properly. :) Hope this helps

Oh didn't notice, but the answer overall is instead of that its 1++ just wondering why

In your for loop, you'll want to be checking if i is less than the length of the temperatures array. Checking if it's greater causes the loop to never execute, as i starts out at 0, and the length of the temperatures array is 8.

The `++` operator increments a value by 1. It can be either prefix:

```// Returns the incremented value of i
++i
```

Or postfix:

```// Returns the value of i, then increments i by 1.
i++
```

For the purpose of this loop it's equivalent to `i += 1` either way.