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JavaScript - remove empty elements from array

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In this article, we would like to show you how to remove empty elements from an array in JavaScript.

Quick solution:

const outputArray = inputArray.filter(x => x);

 

Alternative solutions

When we want to keep zeros too:

const outputArray = inputArray.filter(x => x || x === 0);

When we want to keep empty strings too:

const outputArray = inputArray.filter(x => x || x === '');

 

Practical example

In this example, we use filter() method to create a copy of the values array without empty elements.

// ONLINE-RUNNER:browser;

const values = ['A', 'B', 1, -2, 0, null, undefined,,,, '', "", 'C', 'D'];
const result = values.filter(x => x);

console.log(result);  // [A,B,1,-2,C,D]

See also

  1. JavaScript - remove empty strings from array

References

  1. Array.prototype.filter() - JavaScript | MDN
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