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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.


  map function, 
  this value for map function

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


Simple String Example

Simple Array Example

Get Unique Array Values

Array.from with an Arrow Function

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