Below is the example of the Array includes() method.
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a = name.includes(
// Printing result of includes()
The array.includes() method is used to know either a particular element is present in the array or not and accordingly, it returns true or false i.e, if the element is present, then it returns true otherwise false.
Parameter: This method accepts two parameters as mentioned above and described below:
- searchElement: This parameter holds the element which will be searched.
- start: This parameter is optional and it holds the starting point of the array, where to begin the search the default value is 0.
Return Value: It returns a Boolean value i.e, either True or False.
- Example 1: In this example the method will searched for the element 2 in that array.
Input : [1, 2, 3, 4, 5].includes(2); Output: true
- Example 2: In this example the method will searched for the element 9 in that array.
Input : [1, 2, 3, 4, 5].includes(9); Output: false
Code for the above method is provided below:
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