by Sai gowtham

Removing particular element from an array in JavaScript

JavaScript offers us thesplice() method by using that we can remove a particular element from an array by using its index.

Example:

const arr = ['apple','orange','grapes','jackfruit'];

arr.splice(1,1); // orange is removed

arr.splice(2,1); // grapes is removed.

// after removing items the array look this

console.log(arr); // ['apple','jackfruit']
  • The first argument in the slice method is start-index.
  • The second argument in the slice method is deleteCount, it means the number of elements to remove from the array.

Note: The splice() method modifies the original array.

Learn more about the splice() method.

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