From An Array Of Objects, Extract Value Of A Property As Array

To extract values of a specific property from an array of objects and store them as an array, you can use the map() method in JavaScript. Here’s an example:

const arrayOfObjects = [
  { id: 1, name: 'John' },
  { id: 2, name: 'Jane' },
  { id: 3, name: 'Bob' }
];

const propertyValues = arrayOfObjects.map(obj => obj.propertyName);

console.log(propertyValues);

In this example, arrayOfObjects is the array containing the objects, and propertyName should be replaced with the actual property name you want to extract the values from (e.g., ‘name’, ‘id’, etc.). The map() method iterates over each object in the array and extracts the value of the specified property using arrow function syntax (obj => obj.propertyName). The extracted values are then stored in the propertyValues array.

Running the above code will log the extracted property values as an array to the console:

['John', 'Jane', 'Bob']

Note: Make sure to replace propertyName with the actual property name you desire to extract.

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