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JavaScript

Oliver Boothman
Oliver Boothman
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Alternative 'Add new teachers' function suitable?

I used a for loop to add the newTeachers to the teachers array. It works, but I see the solution uses something called 'spread syntax'. Is my way still suitable/good practice?

My function:

function addNewTeachers(newTeachers) {
  // TODO: write a function that adds new teachers to the teachers array 
  for (let i=0; i<newTeachers.length; i++) {
    teachers.push(newTeachers[i]);
  }
}