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JavaScript If /else statements on a for loop


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var img = new SimpleImage("eastereggs.jpg")

for (var pixel of img.values() ) {
if (pixel.getRed() > 70) {
pixel.setRed(70) ;


I'm trying to create a conditional statement on an image where all red pixels greater than 70 are reduced to 70.
kteemustc this makes no sense. The biggest problem is which red pixels are changed and to what are they changed to?

And you would not put an if inside a loop to do it. Count the number of red pixels (and that would be a loop) and then the if/else separately.
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