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foreach object javascript

user8135

const students = {
  adam: {age: 20},
  kevin: {age: 22},
};

Object.entries(students).forEach(student => {
  // key: student[0]
  // value: student[1]
  console.log(`Student: ${student[0]} is ${student[1].age} years old`);
});
/* Output:
Student: adam is 20 years old
Student: kevin is 22 years old
*/

foreach object javascript

user6089

/* Answer to: "foreach object javascript" */

const games = {
  "Fifa": "232",
  "Minecraft": "476"
  "Call of Duty": "182"
};

Object.keys(games).forEach((item, index, array) => {
  let msg = `There is a game called ${item} and it has sold ${games[item]} million copies.`;
  console.log(msg);
});

/*
  The foreach statement can be used in many ways and with object can make
  development a lot easier.
  
  A link for for more information on this can be found below and in the source:
  https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Array/forEach
*/

foreach object js

user7514

const object1 = {
  a: 'somestring',
  b: 42
};
for (let [key, value] of Object.entries(object1)) {
  console.log(`${key}: ${value}`);
}
// expected output:
// "a: somestring"
// "b: 42"
// order is not guaranteed

foreach object javascript

user2820

const obj = {
  name: 'Jean-Luc Picard',
  rank: 'Captain'
};

// Prints "name Jean-Luc Picard" followed by "rank Captain"
Object.entries(obj).forEach(entry => {
  const [key, value] = entry;
  console.log(key, value);
});

javascript foreach object

user1773

const list = {
  key: "value",
  name: "lauren",
  email: "lauren@notreally.com",
  age: 30
};

// Object.keys returns an array of the keys
// for the object passed in as an argument.

Object.keys(list).forEach(val => {
  let key = val;
  let value = list[val];
  console.log(`${key} : ${value}`);
});

// Returns:
// "key : value"
// "name : lauren";
// "email : lauren@notreally.com"
// "age : 30"

for each element in object

user5867

var obj = {
  first: "John",
  last: "Doe"
};

//
//	Visit non-inherited enumerable keys
//
Object.keys(obj).forEach(function(key) {

  console.log(key, obj[key]);

});