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JavaScript JavaScript Loops, Arrays and Objects Simplify Repetitive Tasks with Loops Complete the Loop

Megan Cross
Megan Cross
2,045 Points

I have tried this three different ways and it won't pass what's wrong

complete the loop

var counter = 1;
while ( <= 10) {
    document.write("<p>Now in loop #" + counter   + "</p>");
    counter += 1;

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
228,096 Points

You're on the right track, but "<= 10" is not a complete comparison. You still need a term on the left side to compare with.

It looks like the code is set up to initialize and increment a variable named "counter" that might be useful.

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
228,096 Points

What I was suggesting:

while ( <= 10) {         // instead of this
while (counter <= 10) {  // perhaps you'd want this