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Hi, i have got the answer but i am wondering why at the end it returns 40 cups and not 41? the for loop says <= so if cups<=40 it should still push another cup resulting in 41.
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// Function that returns a string representing a cup of green tea
const prepareTea = () => 'greenTea';

/*
Given a function (representing the tea type) and number of cups needed, the
following function returns an array of strings (each representing a cup of
a specific type of tea).
*/
const getTea = (numOfCups) => {
  const teaCups = [];

  for(let cups = 1; cups <= numOfCups; cups += 1) {
    const teaCup = prepareTea();
    teaCups.push(teaCup);
  }
  return teaCups;
};

// Only change code below this line
const tea4TeamFCC = getTea(40);
console.log(tea4TeamFCC.length)
// Only change code above this line

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Counting starts at 1 here. It’s different than the usual 0 based counting.

ahhh thank you im so dumb for missing that :frowning:

Mistakes don’t make you dumb. Mistakes are part of coding.

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