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JavaScript JavaScript Arrays Store Multiple Values in an Array Access Array Elements by Index

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manqing cao
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Hello, I have typed players[5] to access array last element, why am I wrong?

script.js
const players = ['Toni', 'Anwar', 'Mali', 'Carlos', 'Cormac', 'Sariah'];
console.log(players[1]);

2 Answers

Robert Bourton
Robert Bourton
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const players = ['Toni', 'Anwar', 'Mali', 'Carlos', 'Cormac', 'Sariah'];
console.log(players[0]) // first
console.log(players[5]) // last
Robert Bourton
Robert Bourton
6,179 Points

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