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

for loop

What am I doing wrong here?

var number = 156;
for ( var i= 4; i <= 156; i += 4 ) {
number += '';

1 Answer

John Clune
John Clune
Courses Plus Student 4,951 Points
for (var number = 4; number <= 156; number++){

You need to log numbers 4 - 156 to the console. As in 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 .... 156. So you start by saying for, then inside the brackets you declare and initialize a variable with a value of 4 (in this case I called it number so it's easier to understand). The second part checks if the number is less than or equal to 156 (as long as that is true the loop will keep running), and the third part increases the number by 1 every time the loop runs. The last thing is to put the log to the console inside the loop so that it prints out the value of number every time the loop runs. Hope that makes sense.

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