How do I find an element in JavaScript?

To find an element in Javascript, you can use the array.find(callback, thisValue) method. The find() method returns the first element in the array that matches the condition of the callback function. Otherwise, the method returns "undefined". The range of elements processed by the find() method is set before the first call to the callback. If the elements were added to the array after the find() method was called, then the callback function will not be called on such elements. The find() method does not change the array it was called on. In this JavaScript array element search example, we use the find() method to search for a specific string within an array containing string elements. Click Execute to run the JavaScript Array Find Example online and see the result.
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