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JavaScript JavaScript Loops Working with 'for' Loops Create a for Loop

Joe Mbome
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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 to the cons

script.js
for(counter=5; couter<=100; counter++){
  console.log(counter);
}

1 Answer

You've just missed the 'n' in counter<=100.

Also, just a tip: make sure to actually ask a question that describes your problem. Took me a minute to figure out you weren't just posting your answer.