JavaScript JavaScript Loops, Arrays and Objects Simplify Repetitive Tasks with Loops Create a for Loop

Ivelina Ventsislavova Stoilova
Ivelina Ventsislavova Stoilova
4,882 Points

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( ) me

For loop code

can't seem to pass through the bummer and find the error

script.js
for (var i= 4; i <= 156; i += 4;) 
}
console.log (number);
}

3 Answers

Ivelina Ventsislavova Stoilova
Ivelina Ventsislavova Stoilova
4,882 Points

If i change'' number'' for ''i'' in the console log and set it to run every number from 4 to 156 will it look like this:

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

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
173,537 Points

Almost there, but it looks like you still have that extra semicolon in the "for" loop clauses.

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
173,537 Points

Ivelina Ventsislavova Stoilova — Did you mark the wrong "answer"? Normally "best answer" is set on the answer you got that helped the most. :wink:

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
173,537 Points

It looks like you have the right idea, but a few issues to fix:

  • there's a stray extra semicolon after the final clause of the "for" loop
  • check which way the brackets are facing, opens ({) and closes (}) should always be used in pairs
  • the instructions want you to log every number, but if you increment by 4 you will only log 25% of them
  • you have not defined anything named "number"
  • but your loop variable (i) might be good for the logging job