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JavaScript Quiz – what really spread syntax with array pushing

JavaScript Quiz – what really spread syntax with array pushing

JavaScrip Spread syntax –

JavaScript spread syntax (...) is used to expand the iterable values like an array, object, or string where one or more argument is expected.

It’s mostly used with array and object for copying one array into another array without passing a reference.

To know about more javascript spread syntax click here

JavaScript Array Push Method –

JavaScript array push method is simply a pushing method which allows inserting new elements to the array at the end of the array.

It’s syntax looks like –


This is most widely used, so make sure to learn it. For more information about the javascript array push Method click here.

JavaScript Question

Let’s come to our javascript quiz code, in which you need to find out what spread syntax with array going to push inside another array.

So first, we declare a variable arrOne using let keyword and assign an array to it.

let arrOne = [1, 2, 3];

Now, we declare an another variable arrTwo using let and assign an array to it.

let arrTwo = [4, 5, 6];

In the next step, we are using array push method with arrOne and inside it we are passing arrTwo with spread syntax.


Their is a trick part also as we are now changing the first element of the arrTwo to 7

arrTwo[0] = 7;

Finally, let me in the comment section what is the output of arrOne 3rd index now.

Answer – 4

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You got the answer now which is 4. But how it can be 4.

Let me explain to you –

So, first we are pushing arrTwo variable to arrOne using spread syntax. Like this,


But as we know, spread syntax expand the values of array and array push method can push multiple element if they are comma separated. So it looks like –

arrOne.push(4, 5, 6);

Now, it push all values to arrOne. In the next step, we change the value of arrTwo of 0 index to 7.

But as there is no reference is passed to arrOne so no change happens in arrOne values. So, your final arrOne looks like –

[1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6]

That’s why we get an answer 4

I hope you understand the concept and logic behind it.

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