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Using a for Loop to Reverse a String
      var newString = ""
      var theString = "This is a test"
      var counter = theString.length; 

      for (counter  ;counter > ;counter -- ) { 
         newString += theString.substring(counter-1, counter)
      document.write(theString + " reversed is " + newString + "!")

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