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Create a FOR loop that displays each number from 1 to 100. Make sure that you DO NOT show 0 and you DO show 100.

Create a FOR loop that displays each number from 1 to 100. Make sure that you DO NOT show 0 and you DO show 100.

index.php
```<?php
\$facts = array(
57 => ' on Heinz ketchup bottles represents the number of varieties of pickles the company once had.',
2 => ' is the approximate hours a day Giraffes sleeps',
18 => ' is the average hours a Python sleeps per day',
10 => ' per cent of the world is left-handed.',
11 => ' Empire State Buildings, stacked one on top of the other, would be required to measure the Gulf of Mexico at its deepest point.',
98 => '% of the atoms in your body are replaced every year',
69 => ' is the largest number of recorded children born to one woman',
);
for (\$i = 1; \$i <= 100; \$i++1) {

echo \$i;

};
```

There's two common ways to perform an increment. One uses the post-increment operator, which would look like "`\$i++`". That operator always increments by one, so no number is needed.
The other way is with the addition assignment operator, which would look like "`\$i+=1`". With that one you supply the value to increment by.