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

what am i doing wrong here ?

what is missing here ?

var count = 4
do ( var count = 4; count <= 156; counter += 1 ) {

2 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
217,557 Points

Here's a few hints on the issues:

  • variables should be declared only once (so you can remove the top line)
  • the loop has the wrong keyword for the structure, this is a "for" loop
  • the increment clause has "counter" instead of "count"
  • the logging should be done from inside the loop (before the ending brace)
Mark Casavantes
Mark Casavantes
10,606 Points

for(starting value; ending value; incrementing amount per loop){ programming to run; }

Steven Parker is an outstanding programmer. I hope we hava answered your question.