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

need help, what's missing here?

I'm not sure what's wrong here?

script.js
for(var counter=0; counter >=4; counter <=156; counter +=1;) {
console.log(counter);
}

2 Answers

for(var counter = 4; counter <= 156; counter ++) {
  console.log(counter);
}
Steven Parker
Steven Parker
218,694 Points

The "for" loop shown here has 4 clauses in the parentheses, which causes a syntax error. The correct syntax has 3 clauses: initialization, condition, and increment. For more details see the MDN page on For.

Also, the clauses are separated (not terminated) by semicolons, so there would be no more than two of them.