## An occasional infinite loop

importance: 4

That’s because `i`

would never equal `10`

.

Run it to see the *real* values of `i`

:

```
let i = 0;
while (i < 11) {
i += 0.2;
if (i > 9.8 && i < 10.2) alert( i );
}
```

None of them is exactly `10`

.

Such things happen because of the precision losses when adding fractions like `0.2`

.

Conclusion: evade equality checks when working with decimal fractions.

This loop is infinite. It never ends. Why?

```
let i = 0;
while (i != 10) {
i += 0.2;
}
```