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JavaScript

Moises Miguel
Moises Miguel
5,028 Points

im not looking for the answer, im just not sure what the instructions are telling me.

should i include the parameter inside the for loop? Im sure i can do this but im not sure if its what the teacher wants me to be doing? if you guys understand it, then can you clear it up for me

https://w.trhou.se/ko1crrpwh2

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Moises Miguel
Moises Miguel
5,028 Points

All of that came with the instructions together, I haven't wrote anything yet