— Welcome to the party, Koda_Koda! Please review the jspartyrules and the pinned message
It'd be great if every + just stands for 1 item of the two arrays separatelyConcating arrays with 6 indexes would therefore be ++++++ 👌
— When you use ... why not the same logic you follow
— Dem, Limited spreading, let's open it 🤓Still I'd want float destructuring first :(
— So const [a, b] = 1.2; console.log(a, b); should return 1 2 or 1 0.2?
const [a, b] = 1.2; console.log(a, b);
— Const a.b = 1.2It was some of the top 5 troll things in some dev.to blog
— Numbers are not iterable
— That works for strings:
const [a, b] = 'hello'>> a = 'h'>> b = 'e'
— This is why numbers can't be variables :)
— The variablename can't begin with a number.
— Ofc, the numbers were only values in the sample