Trimming is the process of removing some characters from the beginning or end of a string, such as whitespaces, punctuation marks, digits, etc.
While forEach method is commonly used to iterate through arrays, it can also be chained with Object.keys, Object.values, and Object.entries to iterate object key-value pairs.
When dealing with sensitive data, by selecting only the keys you need, you can create a new object that contains a more concise and relevant subset of data.
You can achieve a similar effect by passing an object as a parameter to a function and then accessing the properties of that object within the function.
You can use the fs module, which provides methods for working with files and directories: Using fs.unlink() to delete asynchronously, or fs.unlinkSync() to delete synchronously.