How Object.entries work internally in JavaScript

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In JavaScript, the Object.entries method returns an array of object's own enumerable properties. It returns properties as a [key, value] pair, where the key is a string. You can read enumerable properties as an array of key-value pairs using the Object.entries method as shown below, let Product = { Title: 'Book', Price: 120, Author: undefined, inStock: true } console.log(Object.entries(Product)); Since it returns...


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