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How Remove Property for All Objects in a JavaScript Array?

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We can use destructuring to remove a property from all objects in an array.

For instance, we can write:

const array = [{
  "bad": "something",
  "good": "something"
}, {
  "bad": "something",
  "good": "something"

const newArray ={
}) => keepAttrs)

We want to remove the bad property from each object in array .

To do that, we call with a callback that destructures the object by separating the bad property from the rest of the properties, which are kept in the keepAttrs object.

We return that so we get that as the value.

And so newArray is:

    "good": "something"
    "good": "something"

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