Make sure you run the tests with
theBeatlesPlay, which accepts two parameters--an array of musicians and an array of instruments.
* Create a variable with an empty array. * Use a `for loop`, which iterates over the array of musicians. Be careful about what value you set your `counter` variable to store. (Hint: Think about what the first index of an array is). * The first time through the loop, it should create a string using the _first_ index of the musicians array **and** the first index of the instruments array: `"John Lennon plays guitar"`. * Add this string to the empty array you created. The loop should make the same sentence for every member of the musicians array. * The function should return the array of new strings containing what instruments each musician plays.
* This function will accept one argument, an array of facts about John Lennon (note that it might not be exactly the following facts): ```js const facts = [ "He was the last Beatle to learn to drive", "He was never a vegetarian", "He was a choir boy and boy scout", "He hated the sound of his own voice" ]; ``` * Use a while loop to loop over the facts array and add `"!!!"` to the end of every fact. * Return an array of strings with exclamation points.
iLoveTheBeatleswhich accepts a number as a parameter.
* The function should create a variable that stores an empty array. * Implement a do-while loop inside the function that adds `"I love the Beatles!"` to the empty array. * The loop should then increment the number passed in as a parameter. The condition of the loop should check to see that the parameter number is less than `15`. It should contain a number of strings that represents the difference between the input number and `15`. * Return the array with the strings `"I love the Beatles!"`.
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