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How to create array of objects in JavaScript

JavaScript
let products = [
  {
    name: "chair",
    inventory: 5,
    unit_price: 45.99
  },
  {
    name: "table",
    inventory: 10,
    unit_price: 123.75
  },
  {
    name: "sofa",
    inventory: 2,
    unit_price: 399.50
  }
];

function listProducts(prods) {
  let product_names = [];
  for (let i=0; i<prods.length; i+=1) {
   product_names.push(prods[i].name);
  }
  return product_names;
}

console.log(listProducts(products));

function totalValue(prods) {
  let inventory_value = 0;
  for (let i=0; i<prods.length; i+=1) {
    inventory_value += prods[i].inventory * prods[i].unit_price;
  }
  return inventory_value;
}

console.log(totalValue(products));
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JavaScript
//create an array like so:
var colors = ["red","blue","green"];

//you can loop through an array like this:
for (var i = 0; i < colors.length; i++) {
    console.log(colors[i]);
}
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JavaScript
var widgetTemplats = [
    {
        name: 'compass',
        LocX: 35,
        LocY: 312
    },
    {
        name: 'another',
        LocX: 52,
        LocY: 32
    }
]
JavaScript
var events = [
  {
    userId: 1,
    place: "Wormholes Allow Information to Escape Black Holes",
    name: "Check out this recent discovery about workholes",
    date: "2020-06-26T17:58:57.776Z",
    id: 1
  },
  {
    userId: 1,
    place: "Wormholes Allow Information to Escape Black Holes",
    name: "Check out this recent discovery about workholes",
    date: "2020-06-26T17:58:57.776Z",
    id: 2
  },
  {
    userId: 1,
    place: "Wormholes Allow Information to Escape Black Holes",
    name: "Check out this recent discovery about workholes",
    date: "2020-06-26T17:58:57.776Z",
    id: 3
  }
];
console.log(events[0].place);
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JavaScript
//Creating a list
var fruits = ["Apple", "Banana", "Cherry"];

//Creating an empty list
var books = [];

//Getting element of list
//Lists are ordered using indexes
//The first element in an list has an index of 0, 
//the second an index of 1,
//the third an index of 2,
//and so on.
console.log(fruits[0]) //This prints the first element 
//in the list fruits, which in this case is "Apple"

//Adding to lists
fruits.push("Orange") //This will add orange to the end of the list "fruits"
fruits[1]="Blueberry" //The second element will be changed to Blueberry

//Removing from lists
fruits.splice(0, 1) //This will remove the first element,
//in this case Apple, from the list
fruits.splice(0, 2) //Will remove first and second element
//Splice goes from index of first argument to index of second argument (excluding second argument)
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