re: 15 must-know JavaScript array methods in 2020 VIEW POST


The only difference between some() and includes() is the parameter (the former is a function, the latter an element) or Did I miss something?


Yes, they are kinda similar. They both check if a given element exists in the array or not. They both return true or false as output.

includes() takes the element to check and optionally the starting index.

some() takes a function as a parameter.

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