a. pop – Removes from the End of an Array.
b. shift – Removes from the beginning of an Array.
c. splice – removes from a specific Array index.
d. filter – allows you to programmatically remove elements from an Array.
I would suggest preferring deletion in general, unless you are going to be repeatedly setting and clearing the same keys, which would argue for leaving the hash table structure in place. However, any performance difference between the two techniques is going to be immeasurably small in any typical case.
Anything in your own user account can be removed without affecting the OS in any way. Delete them if you like.
6. How can I delete HTML?
The <del> tag in HTML stands for delete and is used to mark a portion of text which has been deleted from the document. The deleted text is rendered as strike-through text by the web browsers although this property can be changed using the CSS text-decoration property. The <del> tag requires a starting and ending tag.
7. What happens when delete is used for a null pointer int * ptr null deletes PTR *?
What happens when delete is used for a NULL pointer? Explanation: Deleting a null pointer has no effect, so it is not necessary to check for a null pointer before calling delete.
8. How to check if the JS object is empty?
a. Pass the object to the Object. keys method to get an array of all the keys of the object.
b. Access the length property on the array.
Check if the length of keys is equal to 0, if it is, then the object is empty.
A closure is a combination of a function bundled together (enclosed) with references to its surrounding state (the lexical environment). In other words, a closure gives you access to an outer function's scope from an inner function.