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

does anybody know where did I go wrong here?

I did everything I could do what's wrong with my code?

for ( var counter = 4;  counter < 160; counter += 1 ) {
console.log( counter )

1 Answer

Nicholas Gaerlan
Nicholas Gaerlan
9,501 Points

Close, you just forgot the semi-colon after your console.log line

Thanks for answering my question I found out the correct answer to print it was: for ( var counter = 4; counter < 157; counter += 1 ) { console.log( counter ) } it didn't need a semi-colon though but thanks for you support too :)