javascript slice

// array.slice(start, end)
const FRUITS = ["Banana", "Orange", "Lemon", "Apple", "Mango"];
var citrus = FRUITS.slice(1, 3);
// citrus => [ 'Orange', 'Lemon' ]

// Negative values slice in the opposite direction
var fromTheEnd = FRUITS.slice(-3, -1);
// fromTheEnd => [ 'Lemon', 'Apple' ]var fruits = ["Banana", "Orange", "Lemon", "Apple", "Mango"];
var citrus = fruits.slice(1, 3);
// ["Orange", "Lemon"]const animals = ['ant', 'bison', 'camel', 'duck', 'elephant'];

// expected output: Array ["camel", "duck", "elephant"]

console.log(animals.slice(2, 4));
// expected output: Array ["camel", "duck"]

console.log(animals.slice(1, 5));
// expected output: Array ["bison", "camel", "duck", "elephant"]//The slice() method extracts a section of a string and returns 
//it as a new string, without modifying the original string.

// same in array but you select elements not characters  

const str = 'The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.';

// expected output: "the lazy dog."

console.log(str.slice(4, 19));
// expected output: "quick brown fox"

// expected output: "dog."

console.log(str.slice(-9, -5));
// expected output: "lazy"

console.log(str.slice(0, 2)); 
// expected output: "the"
// Up to and including the last index!!!
// Different for python. /"slice() copies or extracts a given number of elements to a new array"/

let weatherConditions = ['rain', 'snow', 'sleet', 'hail', 'clear'];

let todaysWeather = weatherConditions.slice(1, 3);
// todaysWeather equals ['snow', 'sleet'];
// weatherConditions still equals ['rain', 'snow', 'sleet', 'hail', 'clear']var fruits = ["Banana", "Orange", "Lemon", "Apple", "Mango"];

var citrus = fruits.slice(1, 3);

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