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

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

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

3 Answers

Hi Ndhokoyo!

You are so close!

Unfortunately, your loop will quit after logging 99.

This passes:

for ( let i = 5; i <= 100; i++ ) { // Will get to 100
  console.log (i);

This would also work:

for ( let i = 5; i < 101; i++ ) { // Will get to 100
  console.log (i);

I hope that helps.

Stay safe and happy coding!

I don't understand. In Guils video, there is this whole thing there : function getRandomNumber(upper) { return Math.floor( Math.random() * upper ) + 1; } and now there's none of that and we're the value "counter" in console.log.... please help

Hi Didier!

This is just a different kind of (more hard-coded) type of looping structure.

The lower value is 5 and the upper value is 100

And this will log to the console:


More info:




I hope that helps.

Stay safe and happy coding!