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how would you store list item somewhere in the middle
Lets say we have 10 list items and we would like to choose the fifth one. I just got some basic knowledge from practicing, however if I do it same way I would have to using 1-4 list items to get the fifth one by using
Is there any easier way how to do it?
Steven Parker221,323 Points
If you are stepping through the child elements one at a time, your method may be the easiest. But if you are starting with a reference to the parent and wish to get directly to the fifth child, you might use:
parentElement.children // since the indexes begin with 0