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JavaScript JavaScript Array Iteration Methods Array Iteration `for` vs forEach()

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Mark Sebeck
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Mark Sebeck
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The foreach will call the callback function once for each element of the array numbers. As it iterates through the array number is the value of the current element in the array. So the first time it calls the call back function it will pass the first element (1) and the second time it will pass 2.

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