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array-flatten 1.1.1

Flatten an array of nested arrays into a single flat array
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Frequently Asked Questions

What does array-flatten do?

Array-flatten is an npm package designed to simplify the process of dealing with nested arrays in JavaScript. It does this by providing a function that 'flattens' these nested arrays into a single-level array. The array-flatten tool effectively eliminates all levels of nesting, condensing the array data into a simpler, single-layer format that can be more straightforward to manage and manipulate.

How do you use array-flatten?

Utilizing array-flatten is easy and takes only a few steps. Firstly, install the package into your JavaScript project using npm with the following command: npm install array-flatten --save. After the package has been installed, you can import it into your JavaScript file with: import { flatten } from "array-flatten";

Afterwards, you can make use of the function by calling the flatten method on any array you wish to flatten like in the following examples:

flatten([1, [2, [3, [4, [5], 6], 7], 8], 9]);
//=> [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9]

(function() {
  flatten(arguments); //=> [1, 2, 3]
})(1, [2, 3]);

These code snippets show the flatten function converting a multi-layered nested array into a single-layer array, allowing much easier manipulation and usage of the array data.

Where are the array-flatten docs?

The main source of documentation for array-flatten is its npm package page, which is found at this url: https://npmjs.org/package/array-flatten. It provides essential information including installation instructions, usage examples, and licensing details. For in-depth exploration of the package, developers can also access its code repository available at https://github.com/blakeembrey/array-flatten, which contains the source code and additional information.