Learn what the Array.every() method do and when you need to use it
every() method will check if each one of your
Array elements passes a certain test function that you can define as the callback function.
every() method will return either
false as the result of the method call. When you have even one element that doesn’t pass the test, the method will return
Let’s see an example of
every() in action: Suppose you want to make sure that an array of
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