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Array.at()

Hi everyone, and welcome to another exciting edition of Boring JavaScript! Today, we take a look at the Array.at() method – a method that is a very recent edition to JavaScript. It makes access elements in an array via index numbers easier to understand and easier to maintain.

But you need to be careful in using it. Why? Just take a look at the video to find out.

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