Solo flight 6/11

var myCondition = true;

var soloLoop = function()
{
while(myCondition)
{
console.log(“Looped Once!”);
myCondition = false;
}

};

soloLoop();

what is wrong with here? i can print “looped Once!” in the console but it says “Oops, try again. It looks like you’re not printing the right string to the console.” thanks

It may seem ironic, but it takes it as wrong if you put **“Looped Once!”**instead of “Looped once!”.

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man, Thank you, its case sensitive here i forgot :smiley:

var soloLoop = function(){
//Your code goes here!
var myCondition = true;
{
while(myCondition);
{
console.log(“Looped once!”)
myCondition = false;
}
};

soloLoop();

please help, I have no idea what i’m doing

Missed out the semicolon after console.log(“Looped once!”) ?

Hello guys,

Why should I fave to use a function in this case?
I did:

var soloLoop = 0;
    while (soloLoop === 0) {
     console.log("Looped once!");
     soloLoop++;
 }

And it worked. I thought in make a function, but this way worked too.
Another question, do I always have to pass an argument to the function?

Thanks a lot guys