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Could some one explain for me why ?
Why Gail use this statement
if(index === indexToChange)? So if index value is the same value of indexTochange then what is the logic to compare two things are the same?
Calin Bogdan14,920 Points
Guil is actually iterating through all indexes and is changing only the selected index, indexToChange. That's why he's comparing the two, they're not identical.
Let's say he wanted to change the item at index 5. He's iterating through all items' indexes and checks whether the iterated index equals 5. If it doesn't, he will keep looking for the next item. On the other hand, if the index equals 5, he will perform the operation.
Hope it helped!