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# So, what's up with my code, it wont print the last line.

```var qa = [
['what is 1+1', 2],
['what is 1+2', 3],
['what is 1+3', 4]
];
var correctA = 0;
var q;
var a;

function print(message) {
document.write(message);
}

for ( var i = 0; i <= qa.length; i +=1) {
q = parseInt(prompt(qa[i][0]));
a = qa[i][1];
if ( a === q ){
print('<p>Correct answer</p>');
correctA +=1;
}else {
print('wrong answer </br>');
correctA -=1;
}

}

print('<h2>Correct answers: ' + correctA + '</h2>');
```

## 2 Answers

You need to change your `for` loop statement to run the same amount of times as `qa.length`.

Currently you have `i = 0` and `i <= qa.length`. Since `qa.length` is equal to 3, the loop is attempting to run 4 times.

Two ways to fix this (choose one method from below):

1. Set `i` to 1
2. Have `i < qa.length` (i.e remove the equals sign, from "<=" to be "<")
PLUS

Hi,

Does it work if you move your print statement to just before your last '}'?

it does, but it goes inside a loop

I tried doing it with out a function and with counsole.log, nothing works. Seams like a program just stops as soon as it finished the loop

It does seem odd (sorry, it's been a while since I've dealt with Javascript). Just for fun... try wrapping that last print statement in a separate for loop that only runs once.