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

What's wrong with my code?

I'm getting a parse error and I don't know why.

for (var counter = 4; counter <= 156; counter += 1;) {
Emanuel Cabanga
Emanuel Cabanga
5,775 Points

i think itΒ΄s wrong because you put a semicolon before closing the parentheses.

1 Answer

You have two issues:

1) There shouldn't be a semicolon after counter += 1. This is your parse error.

2) You created variable counter but then log variable i

Thanks! But why no semicolon there?