- map() method calls the function for every array element in order.
- map() does not execute for array element that has no values.
- map() does not change the original array.
There are various ways to skip over an element in the map:
- Using if loop inside the function to be executed to add the constraints to skip over that element.
- Using the filter method.
- Using the arrow function.
Example 1: Adding the constraints inside the loop.
Example 2: Using the filter method.
Example 3: Using the arrow function.
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