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JavaScript JavaScript Loops, Arrays and Objects Simplify Repetitive Tasks with Loops A Closer Look at Loop Conditions

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Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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"Counter" is not a language keyword. But it is "best practice" to choose variable names that relate to the purpose the variable is used for, so this is a good example of a well-chosen variable name.

It was a variable name. Choosing a variable name that matches the action performed is best practice.