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JavaScript Map values() Method
  • Last Updated : 08 Mar, 2021

The map.values() method is used to return a new Iterator object that contains the value of each element present in Map. The order of the values are in the same order that they were inserted into the map.

Syntax:

myMap.values()

Parameters: This method does not accept any parameters.

The examples below illustrate the values() method:

Example 1:



Javascript




<script>
  let myMap = new Map();
  
  // Adding key value pair with chaining
  myMap.set(1, "India");
  myMap.set(2, "England");
  myMap.set(3, "Canada");
  
  // Creating a Iterator object
  const mapIterator = myMap.values();
  
  // Getting values with iterator
  console.log(mapIterator.next().value);
  console.log(mapIterator.next().value);
  console.log(mapIterator.next().value);
</script>

Output :

India
England
Canada

Example 2:

Javascript




<script>
  let myMap = new Map();
  
  // Adding key value pair with chaining
  myMap.set(1, "India");
  myMap.set(2, "England");
  myMap.set(3, "Canada");
  myMap.set(4, "Russia");
  
  // Creating a Iterator object
  const mapIterator = myMap.values();
  
  // Getting values with iterator
  let i = 0;
  while (i < myMap.size) {
    console.log(mapIterator.next().value);
    i++;
  }
</script>

Output :

India
England
Canada
Russia
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