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Using Functions to Iterate Through an Array

<TITLE>Iteration Two</TITLE>
   function makeArray() { 
       var myArray = new Array(4); 
       myArray[0] = "L"; 
       myArray[1] = "l"; 
       myArray[2] = "a"; 
       myArray[3] = "p"; 
       return myArray; 
    function showArray(theArray){ 
      var quote = ""; 
      for (var i = 0; i < theArray.length; i++){ 
         quote += theArray[i] + " "; 
      return quote; 
      var x = makeArray(); 


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