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

Seth Johnson
Seth Johnson
2,676 Points

Isn't this just missing the condition "counter > 11" ? I can't figure out what else would be missing.

If the counter starts at 1, then to run it 10 times you would just need the condition "counter > 11" in the parentheses. When I add this condition, I get an error message saying that document.write() is run undefined times.

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

1 Answer

Jason Anders
Jason Anders
Treehouse Moderator 145,855 Points

Hey Seth,

You're on the right track, you're just using the 'greater than' comparison instead of less than. Fix that and you are good to go

while ( counter < 11 )

Keep Coding! :)