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JavaScript

Can i get clarification on a concept i am trying

I tried a random project and i understand a lot of it- i want to use a join to the Array is written out regular and not list. I am not sure how to use the join. It works but iterates all items and list each item over and over. My thoughts- I make the array and after i once created then add properties. I also tried making a let var = array name then try to add properties to let var. how do you add Xs properties to array. convertToBaby = (arr) => { const babyArr = []; for (i = 0; i < arr.length; i++) { // let babeName = one attempt babyArr.push(baby ${arr[i]}); console.log(babyArr.join(', ')); // babeName.join(', ') one attempt

} return babyArr; };

thank you

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
228,978 Points

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1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
228,978 Points

Without the formatting it's a bit hard to tell the code from the comments, but this function does appear to create a new array and add elements to it one at a time by copying from another array.

The reason it keeps repeating the list items is that the log line is inside the loop where the items are being added. Just move that line so it happens after the loop finishes if you want to see the entire array just one time.

Thanks for always reviewing and giving feedback on my code. Really appreciate it.