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when I add an object to an array by using: array[object1, object2, object3] it doesnt work with array[object1, object2].push(object3)

var array = [{a:1},{b:2}]
var object = {b:3}



The result is:

[ { a: 1 }, { b: 2 }, { b: 3 } ]
[ { a: 1 }, { b: 2 } ]
[ Object { a: 1, b: 2 }, Object { a: 1, b: 3 } ]

but if I replace array[object] with array.push(object), it works!
I know arrays are data type but why does it work if I use the literal number “2”? If the value is the same as an object, why does it work using array[object] without the literal number 2?


In JavaScript, array indices have type Number, so 1 is a number.
The push method returns the new length of the array.
2 and.push(3) are the same as 2 *.push(3) (but “2” and “3” are different objects.)

With a few of the western sites being overwhelmed by wave storms a visit to Edzell Castle in Perthshire has been recommended by the Society of Castellology. We already knew the castle was the lair of a vampire, and it turns out it’s also the home of a civil war ghost.

Built in the 15th Century by Oliver Fraser, the castle is a true medieval masterpiece with its round towers, vast courtyard and a fine set of interiors. Even if there’s not much else to see there’s a wonderful atmosphere, from the stone arch through the large red sandstone door and into the impressive double vaulted hall.

This has been refurbished and is really quite beautiful. The first floor is a mix of Gothic and Renaissance touches