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# Iteration

var temperatures = [100,90,99,80,70,65,30,10]; for ( var i = 100; i => 10; i = i + 1 ) { console.log(temperatures); }

```var temperatures = [100,90,99,80,70,65,30,10];
for ( var i = 100; i => 10; i = i + 1 ) {
console.log(temperatures);
}
```

If you're having trouble making this work, remember that the variable i is not the same thing as the value in temperatures. So checking until "i => 10" won't really do much except run the loop once.

If the idea is to print each item in the array, break the problem of setting up the three parts of the for loop like this:

• Set up a counter that starts at 0, call it "index" to keep it straight in your head
• check to see if the index is less than the length of the array (so it'll run til we're out of stuff to read)
• increment the index by 1

Then in the loop block, be sure to do this:

• console.log(list_of_things[index]) for each one. Remember to use the index to get the item out to print!

It work, it seems that this random numbers just confuse me, thanks a lot Gavin.