JavaScript Glossary - Lesson #3

JavaScript Array .isArray() Method

The isArray() method checks if the specified parameter is an array. It returns a Boolean.

Array.isArray('my thing goes here'); // false
console.log(Array.isArray('one')); // false

console.log(Array.isArray(['thing1', 'thing2'])); // true

This method takes one parameter:

  • value: the provided value to be checked

It returns true if the provided value is an Array and false if not.

Array.isArray('one'); // false
Array.isArray(1); // false
Array.isArray(['first']); // true
Array.isArray({checked: true}); // false

Checking if a value is an Array.

const names = ['Pete', 'John', 'Mary'];
const isArray = Array.isArray(names);

console.log(isArray); // true

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