JavaScript Spread & Rest Operators

const numbers =[1,2,3]const newNumbers =[...numbers, 4];console.log(newNumbers)
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const person = {name: "Soner"};const newPerson = {...person,age:20}console.log(newPerson)
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const filter = (...args) => {return args.filter(el => el === 1);}console.log(filter(1,2,3));
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The spread operator is useful for many different routine tasks in JavaScript, including the following:

  • Copying an array
  • Concatenating or combining arrays
  • Using Math functions
  • Using an array as arguments
  • Adding an item to a list
  • Adding to state in React
  • Combining objects
  • Converting NodeList to an array

Destructuring

const address = [141E, 'Lexington ', 'NY'];
const [ houseNo, , city ] = address;
console.log(houseNo, city)
// 141E 'NY'

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