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# 9 Simple logical questions for JavaScript beginner's

### 1. Pick a random element from an array

``````const themes = ['neo', 'black & white', 'color'];

const randomNumber =  Math.round(Math.random() * 100); // random number between 0 - 100
const randomElement = randomNumber % themes.length; // so that the number is within the arrays range
console.log(themes[randomElement]);
``````

### 2. Find sum using reduce()

``````const arr = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5];

const sum = arr.reduce((previousSum, element) => {
const newSum = previousSum + element;
return newSum;
}, 0); // Initially the sum is set to 0

console.log(sum); // 15
``````

### 3. Capitalize the first letter of every word

``````const str = "code drops";

const capitalize = (input) =>
input
.split(" ") // split by spaces
.map((word) => word[0].toUpperCase() + word.slice(1)) // uppercase first character of every word
.join(" "); // join them back by spaces

capitalize(str); // Code Drops
``````

### 4. Insert something in the middle of an array

``````const arr = [1, 2, 3, 4];
const index = 2;
const insertText = "hello";

// Solution 1 - Split at the index and rejoin them
const result = [...arr.slice(0, index), insertText, ...arr.slice(index)];
console.log(result); // [1, 2, 'hello', 3, 4]

// Solution 2 - .splice() - It can be used to add/remove elements from array
const arrCopy = [...arr]; // splice modified the array on which the operation is performed.
arrCopy.splice(index, 0, insertText); // arguments are - index, no of elements to remove, new element to add
console.log(arrCopy); // [ 1, 2, 'hello', 3, 4 ]
``````

### 5. Array.filter()

``````const numbers = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10];
const numbersGreaterThanFive = numbers.filter(number => number > 5);
console.log(numbersGreaterThanFive); // [6, 7, 8, 9, 10]
``````

### 6. Convert array to object using .reduce()

``````const list = [
{ label: "javascript", color: "blue" },
{ label: "html", color: "red" },
{ label: "css", color: "green" },
];

const initialValue = {};
const convertToObject = (result, item) => {
const language = item.label;
const color = item.color;

return {
...result,
[language]: color,
};
};

const palette = list.reduce(convertToObject, initialValue);

console.log(palette); // { javascript: 'blue', html: 'red', css: 'green' }
``````

### 7. Check if a String is a Palindrome

``````const isPalindrome = (str) => str === str.split("").reverse().join("");

isPalindrome("codedrops"); // false
isPalindrome("racecar"); // true
``````

### 8. Reverse a string

``````const reverse = str => str.split("").reverse().join("");
reverse('Codedrops.tech'); // hcet.spordedoC
``````

### 9. Array.every()

Check if all the elements in the array are greater than `0` using `.every()`

``````const arr = [1, 2, -1, 4, -5];

const allGreaterThanZero = arr.every(number => number > 0);
console.log(allGreaterThanZero); // false
``````

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## Discussion (2)

Andrei Dascalu

Honestly I couldn't get over capitilize. And capilatize. They are definitely the awesomest words ever, save for "awesomest"

Mehul Lakhanpal

Thankest You XD