Thanks Arden! You can definitely do the same thing with Array.from, but in my case, the ... is better use IMO. Less code, easy to remember, plus performance. Cheers
I kinda like Array.from() because it's so verbose and easy readable, but I guess that's also because not everyone (read: me) is used to spread operators yet. Thanks for the clarification!
Ah btw, I didn't knew Array.from took in two arguments, so an alternative could be
Array.from(document.querySelectorAll('input'), checkbox => checkbox.checked);
Correct me if I'm wrong.
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