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JavaScript JavaScript Loops, Arrays and Objects Tracking Data Using Objects The Student Record Search Challenge

My code

var message = '';
var student;
var search="";
var html="";
function print(message) {
  var outputDiv = document.getElementById('output');
  outputDiv.innerHTML = message;

for (var i = 0; i < students.length; i += 1) {
  student = students[i];
  message += '<h2>Student: ' + student.name + '</h2>';
  message += '<p>Track: ' + student.track + '</p>';
  message += '<p>Points: ' + student.points + '</p>';
  message += '<p>Achievements: ' + student.achievements + '</p>';
 search = prompt("Whats your name? Or press quit!").toLowerCase();

  html+="<h2> Student: " + students[i].name + "</h2>";
  html+="<h2> Track: " + students[i].track + "</h2>";  
  html+="<h2> Achievements: " + students[i].achievements + "</h2>";
  html+="<h2> Points: " + students[i].points + "</h2>";


  }else if(search==="quit"){

  } else{


I had some issues with this one. I missed that I had to have toLowerCase() twice. Also, I built it in a for loop, I should have done a while loop, but found a work-around.