Comparing two unequal string return true

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i am comparing a string[index] to anotherstring[index] but it return true while it should return false

  **Your code so far**

function confirmEnding(str, target) {
let count = 0;
for(let i = target.length; i > 0; i-- ){
  let st = str.length - target.length;
  let t = i - target.length;
  if(str[st] === target[t]); // there is a problem with this compare
    console.log(`${str[st]} was equal to ${target[t]}`)
    // OUTPUT: r was equal to n 
    // This is superConfusing
return count === target.length ? true : false;
confirmEnding("Connor", "n");
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The syntax is a little off here, so it’s not working as you expect it. You can review the if statement here:

i got it. i did not used the curly braces after the loop. that why it was not working

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