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let arr = [3, 2, 1];
console.log(arr); // outputs 3
console.log(arr); // outputs 2
console.log(arr); // outputs 1
Arrays also have a number of built-in methods that allow you to manipulate their contents, such as pop(), push(), shift(), and unshift(). These methods make it easy to add or remove elements from an array or to rearrange its contents.
Using Array.map() and Object.keys():
Programmers can use the Object.Keys () method to avail an array of the Object’s keys and then use the Array.map() method to create a new array with the values corresponding to those keys.
Using Object.entries() and Array.map():
Programmers can use the Object. Entries () method to approach the Array of key-value pairs and then use the Array.map() method to create a new array with just the values.
Programmers can use the Object.values() method to get an array of the Object’s values directly.
Using spread operator:
Programmers can use the spread operator (…) to spread the Object’s values into a new array.
Programmers can use the Array.from() method to create a new array from the Object’s values.
Easy Data Manipulation:
Dynamically Sized Arrays: