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JavaScript

Alexander Rizov
Alexander Rizov
4,910 Points

Why doesn't JS run all of the console.log() functions?

In this challenge when you've given the instruction to run your function for a random number several times the program stops, even though only some have NaN values. Why is that?

2 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
215,939 Points

If a "hard error" occurs in the running of a program, the program ends and no further instructions are processed.

Alexander Rizov
Alexander Rizov
4,910 Points

Ah, thanks. I'll have to look deeper into that.