How To Use The Break Statement Inside the Array forEach Method

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Today you’re going to learn about how to use the break statement inside the forEach method.

Well you can use the break statement inside the for loops, switch, and the while loop, but you can’t use it anywhere else, so you can’t use use it inside a function, which mean you can’t use it inside the forEach method.

In this video you will learn how to break when iterating an array without using the for loop, but using four array methods that iterate the array the same way the forEach method does. the methods are: every, some, find, and findIndex.

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