# Learn Introductory JavaScript by Building a Pyramid Generator - Step 97

### Tell us what’s happening:

So my problem is idk how i declare rows as a variable for numbers with elements 1 2 and 3

### Your code so far

``````const character = "#";
const count = 8;
const rows = [];

function padRow(rowNumber, rowCount) {
return " ".repeat(rowCount - rowNumber) + character.repeat(2 * rowNumber - 1) + " ".repeat(rowCount - rowNumber);
}

// TODO: use a different type of loop
/*for (let i = 1; i <= count; i++) {
}*/

/*while (rows.length < count) {
rows.push(padRow(rows.length + 1, count));
}*/

/*for (let i = count; i > 0; i--) {
}*/

// User Editable Region

const numbers = rows[];
console.log(numbers)

// User Editable Region

let result = ""

for (const row of rows) {
result = result + "\n" + row;
}

console.log(result);
``````

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### Challenge Information:

Learn Introductory JavaScript by Building a Pyramid Generator - Step 97

rows is declared on line 3, you don’t need to declare it again

The instructions for this step don’t mention `rows` at all, here a reminder on what you need to do:

Start by using `const` to declare a `numbers` variable. Assign it an array with the elements `1` , `2` , and `3` . Then log the `numbers` array.

Instructions:
Start by using `const` to declare a `numbers` variable. Assign it an array with the elements `1` , `2` , and `3` . Then log the `numbers` array.

that is declaration of a `variable`.

that is you asigned an `array` name `row`.

``````[]
``````

that is an `array`. you need element 1, 2, and 3 seperated by commas within that `[]` array.

post your updated code, using three `(```)` back ticks in a seperate line below and above your code . we can help you by giving hints and suggestions. posting working code solution is not allowed here on the forum.
@Noumenal

no need to declare rows again

`push` the result of calling `padRow` with your `i` and `count` variables to your `rows` array.

Array > Push > Calling > Variables
array.push(calling(variable1, variable2)

you can do it