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Array.from() Method in JavaScript

in JavaScript on May 16, 2021

Array.from() method creates and returns an array object from any iterable object.

The iterable object can be any object that has a length property.

Syntax


Array.from(
  object, 
  map function, 
  this value for map function
)

The first argument, object, is required and other two arguments are optional.

Examples

Simple String Example

Simple Array Example

Get Unique Array Values

Array.from with an Arrow Function


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