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JavaScript JavaScript Array Iteration Methods Array Iteration Examples Using forEach()

Tamella Hajiyeva
Tamella Hajiyeva
Full Stack JavaScript Techdegree Student 6,678 Points

Different solution, is this acceptable?

Just curious if this would be acceptable way to write the solution for this assignment

//filter names with letter S const names = ['Selma', 'Ted', 'Mike', 'Sam', 'Sharon', 'Marvin']; let sNames = [] names.forEach(name =>{ if(name[0][0] === 'S'){ sNames.push(name)

}}) console.log(sNames)

1 Answer

Your code works fine.

Instead of if(name[0][0] === 'S'), it would be slightly clearer to use if(name[0] === 'S'). If you want to check if the second letter is an 'a', either if(name[1][0] === 'a') or if(name[1] === 'a') would work.