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Both Set.clear() and Set.delete() methods modify the present Set by removing elements. But there are some fundamental differences between these two, which will be discussed… Read More
A Set in JavaScript is a special kind of object that stores distinct elements. The set can store both primitive as well as objects. When… Read More
The Set.clear() method in JavaScript is used for the removal of all the elements from a set and make it empty. No arguments are required… Read More
The Set.entries() method returns a new Iterator object that contains an array of [value, value] for each element in the Set object, in the order… Read More
The Set.has() method in JavaScript is used to check whether an element with a specified value exists in a Set or not. It returns a… Read More
The Set.values() method in JavaScript returns a new Iterator object that contains all of the items available in the set in a certain order. The… Read More
The Set.delete() method in JavaScript is used to delete an element with a specified value in a set and returns a boolean value depending upon… Read More
The Set.add() method in JavaScript is used to append an element with a specified value in a set. It modifies the existing set by appending… Read More

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