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JavaScript React Basics (retired) Designing Data Flow Communicating Events

Anwar Rizalman
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Anwar Rizalman
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So the map always passes the index to the second argument?

Is this always the case? If in case where I have another one variable that I pass down to the function alongside player as the second argument, how can I access the index value of the player array variable.

I hope this makes sense.

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Abdullahi Ali
Abdullahi Ali
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Array objects by default have index properties.