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JavaScript JavaScript Loops, Arrays and Objects Simplify Repetitive Tasks with Loops Review Loops

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Question about the quiz

Code needs to run 10 times, so I put 9. Counting from 0 to 9, thats ten times I dont know why its wrong.

var counter = 0; while ( counter < 9 ) { console.log(counter); counter += 1; }

1 Answer

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Because if your condition is "counter less than 9" then it will stop as soon as it gets to 8. As 9 is not in fact less than 9.

If you used >= (less than or equal to) then 9 would have worked. The correct answer for this quiz is 10.