JavaScript: Bigger elements in an array

JavaScript Function: Exercise-19 with Solution

Write a JavaScript function that returns array elements larger than a number.

Sample Solution: -

HTML Code :

<!DOCTYPE html>
<meta charset=utf-8 />
<title>Bigger elements in an array</title>

JavaScript Code:

function BiggerElements(val)
     return function(evalue, index, array)
     return (evalue >= val);
var result = [11, 45, 4, 31, 64, 10]. filter(BiggerElements(10));

Sample Output:



Flowchart: JavaScript function: Bigger elements in an array

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JavaScript: Tips of the Day

Eequality test

console.log(Number(2) === Number(2));
console.log(Boolean(false) === Boolean(false));
console.log(Symbol('foo') === Symbol('foo'));

Every Symbol is entirely unique. The purpose of the argument passed to the Symbol is to give the Symbol a description. The value of the Symbol is not dependent on the passed argument. As we test equality, we are creating two entirely new symbols: the first Symbol('foo'), and the second Symbol('foo'). These two values are unique and not equal to each other, Symbol('foo') === Symbol('foo') returns false.

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