The code is asking me to set the terminal condition of a loop

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  **Your code so far**

function countToFive() {
let firstFive = "12345";
let len = firstFive.length;
// Only change code below this line
for (let i = 0; i <= len; i++) {
// Only change code above this line


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l am having a problem with the code its run but bring 2 errors saying

Your code should set the terminal condition of the loop so it stops at the last index.
Your code should fix the terminal condition of the loop so that it stops at 1 before the length.

Do you understand well what a terminal condition is? If not, go over the FCC challenge on for loops and see if you can figure it out: Learn Basic JavaScript: Iterate with JavaScript For Loops |

Also here’s the full for loop syntax: for - JavaScript | MDN (

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