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# Create a for loop that logs the numbers 5 to 100 to the console. Use the console.log() method to log a value

script.js
```for ( let i = 5; 5 < 100; i++ ) {
console.log (i);
}
```

Look at your code again; you have 5 < 100 instead of i < 100. Also it's from 5 to 100 inclusive, i.e. 100 should also be logged to the console.

Not sure why I got -2 points when my information was perfectly accurate and clear....

So I will get several thumbs down unless I explicitly post the correct answer?

"...you have 5 < 100 instead of i < 100.":

```for ( let i = 5; *5* < 100; i++ ) {
console.log (i);
}
```

*`5` should be `i`.

"...100 should also be logged to the console.":

```for ( let i = 5; 5 *<* 100; i++ ) {
console.log (i);
}
```

*`<` should be `<=`.

Hopefully that makes it even more obvious why the answer was wrong. Hint: Look at what I've surrounded with '*'s.

for ( let i = 5; i <= 100; i++ ) { console.log( 100 ); }

I also stuck on this, im not sure what im missing.

for ( let i = 5; i <= 100; i++ ) { console.log( i ); }

I GOT ITTTT! finally.

My solution:

script.js
```for(let i=5; i<101; i++){
console.log(i);
}
```

can u explain why changing 100 to 101 worked plz

```for (let i = 5; i <= 100; i++) {
console.log(i) ;
}
```