JavaScript Get Last Element Of Array Without Removing It

In this tutorial we will see how to Get Last Element Of Array Without Removing It in JavaScript. JavaScript length property can be used to get last element of array. length property is fully supported in all browsers.

JavaScript length property

The JavaScript length property returns the number of elements in the array.

We can also use pop() method to get last element of our array. But pop() method removes the last element from the array.

JavaScript Code

Take a look at the JavaScript code, the length property will give us the total number of elements in the array.

Then by using length - 1 as index number we can get the last element of array.

This trick works with all types of arrays.

.write() method is used to display the last element of array.

const lang = ['HTML','CSS','JAVASCRIPT','PHP'];
var x = lang.length - 1;
var lastElement = lang[x];
document.write('Last Element: ' + lastElement);
document.write('Array: ' + lang);  


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