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JavaScript Introduction to Programming Control Structures Loops

Extra credit (fizz buzz)

That is what I tried to do, hope it will be nice. Thank you, Marion

for (var counter = 100; counter > 0; counter--) {
  if (counter %5 == 0 && counter %3 == 0) {
  } else if (counter %5 == 0) {
  } else if (counter %3 == 0 ) {
  } else {

3 Answers

Erik McClintock
Erik McClintock
45,783 Points

Looks good, Marion! You can open up the console (in the developer tools of your browser) and paste your code in to see it in action, then you can verify yourself whether or not things are running as you'd expect :)

Keep it up!


Thanks Erik for your help !


Michael Bianchi
Michael Bianchi
2,488 Points

<html> <head> <script> for (var i = 1; i < 101; i++){

        if((i % 3 == 0)){
            else if(i % 5 == 0){
                else {