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JavaScript JavaScript Loops, Arrays and Objects Simplify Repetitive Tasks with Loops What are Loops?

You shouldn't use loops, use html .map()

loops are for peasents check .map() for arrays and u will see why.

2 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
228,038 Points

Why do you call it "html .map()"?

I don't understand the "html" part.

But while very useful, the array method map doesn't always replace the need for a loop. It depends on what kind of process the loop is performing.

For example, a loop which determines the index of the array item that has the largest value would not be easily replaced using map.

i also get your point

Off-topic, but I'm pretty sure Steven Parker is a genius. :)

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
228,038 Points

I'm flattered! :blush:   But yea, that's a bit "off-topic'. :see_no_evil: