Ire Aderinokun has written a nifty piece using loops and when we might consider replacing it with another method, say .map() and .filter(). I particularly like what she has to say here:
As I mentioned earlier, loops are a great tool for a lot of cases, and the existence of these new methods doesn’t mean that loops shouldn’t be used at all.
I think these methods are great because they provide code that is in a way self-documenting. When …
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