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Go Language Go Language Overview Flow Control Loops

Update the CountByThrees function so that it counts from start up to end, skipping 3 each time.

What am i missing here because i keep getting an error messsage : Bummer! We ran some tests on your code's output, but it didn't match what was expected. Click the Preview button to see the test output

src/loops/loop.go
package loops

import "fmt"

func CountByThrees(start int, end int) {
  // YOUR CODE HERE
   for  i := 3; i <= 9; i += 3  {
        fmt.Println(i)
    }
}

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
230,248 Points

You need to use the passed-in parameters

The loop currently always starts at 3 and ends at 9, but instead it should make use of the start and end parameters passed in to the function.

Thank You Steve, i honestly didnt see it that way. Thank you again