Array Manipulations

Defined arrays have the following methods available:
.toString ( )
.toLocaleString ( )
.concat ( [ item1 [ , item2 [ , … ] ] ] )
When the concat method is called with zero or more arguments item1, item2, etc., it returns an array containing the array elements of the object followed by the array elements of each argument in order.
.join (separator)
The elements of the array are converted to Strings, and these Strings are then concatenated, separated by occurrences of the separator. If no separator is provided, a single comma is used as the separator.
.pop ( )
The last element of the array is removed from the array and returned.
.push ( [ item1 [ , item2 [ , … ] ] ] )
The arguments are appended to the end of the array, in the order in which they appear. The new length of the array is returned as the result of the call."
.reverse ( )
The elements of the array are rearranged so as to reverse their order. The object is returned as the result of the call.
.shift ( )
The first element of the array is removed from the array and returned."
.slice (start, end)
The slice method takes two arguments, start and end, and returns an array containing the elements of the array from element start up to, but not including, element end (or through the end of the array if end is undefined).
.sort (comparefn)
The elements of this array are sorted. The sort is not necessarily stable (that is, elements that compare equal do not necessarily remain in their original order). If comparefn is not undefined, it should be a function that accepts two arguments x and y and returns a negative value if x < y, zero if x = y, or a positive value if x > y.
.splice (start, deleteCount [ , item1 [ , item2 [ , … ] ] ] )
When the splice method is called with two or more arguments start, deleteCount and (optionally) item1, item2, etc., the deleteCount elements of the array starting at array index start are replaced by the arguments item1, item2, etc. An Array object containing the deleted elements (if any) is returned.
.unshift ( [ item1 [ , item2 [ , … ] ] ] )
The arguments are prepended to the start of the array, such that their order within the array is the same as the order in which they appear in the argument list.
.indexOf ( searchElement [ , fromIndex ] )
indexOf compares searchElement to the elements of the array, in ascending order, using the internal Strict Equality Comparison Algorithm (11.9.6), and if found at one or more positions, returns the index of the first such position; otherwise, -1 is returned.
.lastIndexOf ( searchElement [ , fromIndex ] )
lastIndexOf compares searchElement to the elements of the array in descending order using the internal Strict Equality Comparison Algorithm (11.9.6), and if found at one or more positions, returns the index of the last such position; otherwise, -1 is returned.
.every ( callbackfn [ , thisArg ] )
callbackfn should be a function that accepts three arguments and returns a value that is coercible to the Boolean value true or false. every calls callbackfn once for each element present in the array, in ascending order, until it finds one where callbackfn returns false. If such an element is found, every immediately returns false. Otherwise, if callbackfn returned true for all elements, every will return true.
.some ( callbackfn [ , thisArg ] )
callbackfn should be a function that accepts three arguments and returns a value that is coercible to the Boolean value true or false. some calls callbackfn once for each element present in the array, in ascending order, until it finds one where callbackfn returns true. If such an element is found, some immediately returns true. Otherwise, some returns false.
.forEach ( callbackfn [ , thisArg ] )
callbackfn should be a function that accepts three arguments. forEach calls callbackfn once for each element present in the array, in ascending order.
.map ( callbackfn [ , thisArg ] )
callbackfn should be a function that accepts three arguments. map calls callbackfn once for each element in the array, in ascending order, and constructs a new Array from the results.
.filter ( callbackfn [ , thisArg ] )
callbackfn should be a function that accepts three arguments and returns a value that is coercible to the Boolean value true or false. filter calls callbackfn once for each element in the array, in ascending order, and constructs a new array of all the values for which callbackfn returns true.
.reduce ( callbackfn [ , initialValue ] )
callbackfn should be a function that takes four arguments. reduce calls the callback, as a function, once for each element present in the array, in ascending order.
.reduceRight ( callbackfn [ , initialValue ] )
callbackfn should be a function that takes four arguments. reduceRight calls the callback, as a function, once for each element present in the array, in descending order.

and also the length property.

i.e:
list  -> ["funa", 2, 3, 43, 4, 5]
list.pop() -> 5

list.push(1231231)
list -> ["funa", 2, 3, 43, 4, 1231231]

list.shift("fn")  -->"funa"
list -> [2, 3, 43, 4, 1231231]

list.shift()  -> 2
list -> [3, 43, 4, 1231231]

list.splice(0,2) -> [3, 43]
list -> [2, 4, 1231231]

list.sort() -> [1231231, 2, 4]

list.reverse() ->[4, 2, 1231231]

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