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

I did it this way:

const names = ['Selma', 'Ted', 'Mike', 'Sam', 'Sharon', 'Marvin'];
let namesWithS = [];
    // Result: ['Selma', 'Sam', 'Sharon'];

    names.forEach((name) => {
        if ( name[0].toUpperCase() === "S" ){  //the toUpperCase part is there to make sure that any array works properly


2 Answers

keep it up...

no issues, Andrew Young ... I just shared my solution so that everyone can see it. I did it differently than the video.