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JavaScript JavaScript Loops, Arrays and Objects Simplify Repetitive Tasks with Loops Create a for Loop

My code works fine and yet it says I'm wrong?

My code works fine locally, I see no reason why I shouldn't have gotten this code test correct, thanks in advance.

James Draper

for( var i = 4 ; i !== 157 ; i+=1 ){


3 Answers

Clayton Perszyk
Clayton Perszyk
Treehouse Moderator 48,343 Points

You're "converting" i to a string. The test is expecting a number.

Hi James, your code is correct but the question ask you to print all NUMBERS. So what you are doing is correct but just doing without string interpolation. So the following would be correct:


If that helped, you can mark the answer as best answer to indicate other students your issue is resolved!

I feel very stupid - Silly mistake.

Thank you for your quick reply, much appreciated.

Do not forget to mark as best answer!