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kevin andersonFront End Web Development Techdegree Graduate 41,112 Points
Steven Parker228,096 Points
I have two guesses.
I can't speak for the instructor, but I can think of two reasons for using forEach in this situation:
- normally jQuery makes code more compact, but here it would be more verbose