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JavaScript

Why is it an infinite loop when i is initialized before?

Wouldn't i be updated it because of i++?

Can you post your code?

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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:no_entry: Please delete this duplicate question :no_entry:

This appears to be a duplicate of your other question. Please post your code over there. You can delete this one, click the small rectangle with the 3 dots in it to reveal the option.

I can't see your code