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

error msg: Unexpected token ')' 2.41 for(counter = 5, counter < 501, counter++){ console.log(counter); }

for(counter = 5, counter < 501, counter++){

1 Answer

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It looks like you have two minor issues. Good news is that it looks like you have the important programming aspects correct!

The MDN page for for loops is a great reference for syntax. You'll always want to carefully read the description of the challenge tasks, they are normally looking for very specific output (100 vs 500).

// syntax: replace , with ;
for(counter = 5, counter < 501, counter++){ // stop at 100, not 500

That should be it, super painless! Nice work, and happy coding!

I got help from oakland thanks though