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1 line of code: How to get the length of the longest string of an Array

     const longestStringLength = (arr, curr = 0) => (arr.forEach(el => { if (el.length > curr) curr = el.length }), curr);
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Returns the length of the longest string entry of an Array of strings.

The repository & npm package

You can find the all the utility functions from this series at github.com/martinkr/onelinecode
The library is also published to npm as @onelinecode for your convenience.

The code and the npm package will be updated every time I publish a new article.


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