every() Method in JavaScript

every() Method in JavaScript

In this tutorial, we will learn about how to use and when to use the Every() method in JavaScript.

Every() Method in Javscript

The every() method checks if all elements in an array satisfied with specific condition.

Every() method only returns true if all of the elements in the array satisfy the condition that we pass in.

For example,

Suppose we have an array as follows:

let arr= [5, -11, -17, 21];

Now, we wants to check is every elmet is positve value means greater then zero then we can check as follows:

const result = arr.every(num => num > 0);


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