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I can't figure out the javascript like this:

function find_Mini(...numbers) {}

What is the javascript (...numbers) meaning? And how to use this? I just don't know how to google the key words. If someone can help, I will appreciate.

2 Answers

Martin Jones
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Martin Jones
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Hmmmmm, I'm not sure if I would specifically use this ...numbers to find the max value.

I would highly recommend Wes Bos JavaScript 30 as well if you want some more practice with Array's,

It's free and has really good content, it definitely helped me make a bit more sense of what new functions are available, they are quite nice and short as well.


Specifically, you could jump straight to videos 04 - Array Cardio Day 1 and 07 - Array Cardio Day 2 that relate more to what you are looking for.

There is. The Treehouse course can be found here!

Thank you all so much! Martin Jones
But I still don't know how to use it correctly. Basically , I know the javascript ...numbers it's used in an array, or when the objects are more than a specific number. What if I want to use javascript ...numbers in a function as a parameter, use to create a function like findMaxValue? In the MDN document and the video provided by Andrew Alexander Barber , there is no explanation or an example with it.