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Hi everyone, I am using the for loop function. I feel that my code is correct but something is wrong. I check for brackets and semicolon and they are in the right places and the right amount.

Can someone look at my code and let me know why it is not displaying/functioning. I am using the decrement operator with the for loop.
This code should make my code look like
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function ForTest()
{
	var OutPut="";	
	FillArray()
	for (var i=Numbers.length; i >= 0; i--)
	{
	OuPut = OutPut + Numbers[i] + "\r";
	} 
	document.frmMain.txtaOutput.value = OutPut;
}
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Last Post by jennifer_48219
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The problem could be that you have this OuPut = OutPut + Numbers[i] + "\r"; instead of OutPut = OutPut + Numbers[i] + "\r"; the spelling of your output is wrong before the equal sign maybe if you could fix that everything else would be perfect

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Thanks Traicey, I did not even notice that until you mention it. I put in the missing letter and it still not working. grrrrr

The problem could be that you have this OuPut = OutPut + Numbers[i] + "\r"; instead of OutPut = OutPut + Numbers[i] + "\r"; the spelling of your output is wrong before the equal sign maybe if you could fix that everything else would be perfect

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oh my goodness, I feel so dumb. I found out what I was doing wrong. It was in my form. I did not let my form know that ForTest is a function.

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