Lesson 10. To learn it you gotta do it

Don’t know why is keeps looping through the script.
This is the lesson https://www.codecademy.com/courses/javascript-beginner-en-ASGIv/2/3?curriculum_id=506324b3a7dffd00020bf661
My error is I keep getting an unresponsive script
my code:

var number = 150;
var getToDaChoppa = function(){
  do {
      console.log("There are " + number + " minutes in two hours and thirty minutes.");
}
  while (number) {
  number++;
}
}
getToDaChoppa();

Just to turn your question on its head:
Explain to me why it would stop looping.

I thought it said that the do loop automatically makes it stop looping?

Automatically? How does it know when to stop? Just run once and then stop? That wouldn’t be a loop would it?

Idk, how do I stop the loop for a number then?

Do you know what determines when a do-loop stops?
Otherwise, you should look that up, because if you don’t know “what goes where” then it’s just guesswork, right?

If the problem is that you don’t know what a do-loop should look like, then you know exactly what information that you’re missing and you’re just a google search away from setting things straight.

If you do know how it looks, then you’ll have to be more specific in your question - because “stop for a number” would be exactly the same way as how it is stopped for anything else, making your question super unclear! Gotta be specific about what you want to know.

The idea for this is to… “do” this function until it’s either true or false. For example.
var x = 0;
do{
console.log(“print something while x = 0”);
}while(x){
x++;
}
When the value of x changes the do function will cease