So let's get started...

### What is the rest pattern?

The rest pattern looks exactly the same as the spread operator but it actually does the opposite of the spread operator.

The spread operator is to unpack an array while the rest is to pack element into an array

Basically, Rest parameters collect all the remaining elements into an array.

The Rest element must be last as its name says the rest of the elements

Also,there can be only one rest at a time.

So, seems a bit confusing on how to identify spread operator or rest patterns both have the same syntax, let's clear  this first:

Spread operator stays on the Right side of  =(equal) operator

``const arr = [1,2,...[3,4]];``

Rest operator stays on the LEFT side of  =(equal) operator

``````const [t,o,...other] = [1,2,3,4,6]

console.log(t,o,other);

//Output : 1 2 [3, 4, 6]``````

### Use spread and rest operator both at once:

``````//using spread and rest operator together
const [pizza, , risotto, ...otherFood] = [
];
console.log(pizza, risotto, otherFood);
``````
``````// Objects
const { sat, ...weekdays } = restaurant.openingHours;
console.log(weekdays);``````

### Pass any numbers of arguments into a function:

Suppose We have a function that makes the addition of the multiples the arguments which we pass it and we need to be able to pass it any number of arguments.

Let’s see how we can do this with a rest parameter:

``````// 2) Functions
const add = function (...numbers) {
let sum = 0;
for (let i = 0; i < numbers.length; i++) sum += numbers[i];
console.log(sum);
};

add(8, 2, 5, 3, 2, 1, 4);

const x = [23, 5, 7];
``````restaurant.orderPizza('mushrooms', 'onion', 'olives', 'spinach');
restaurant.orderPizza('mushrooms');``````

Conclusion:

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