There are several ways to loop through an array in C, and the choice often depends on the specific requirements of your program.
An object that has numeric indices and a length property.
When you say "clear the array" in the context of programming, it generally means removing all the elements from the array, leaving it empty.
When we talk about "shuffling" an array, it means changing the order of the elements within the array in a random or pseudo-random manner.
One common method is to use the array’s length property and subtract one from it, another method is to use the array’s slice() method with a negative index.
Whether you need to extract keys, values, or key-value pairs, Object.keys(), Object.values(), and Object.entries(), each serving a unique purpose in converting objects into arrays.
Tuples can store only a fixed number of elements and types at each index, while arrays can store any combination of types and the order is not important.