You can start writing to variables not from
the beginning of the array, but skip some
values. Let's skip the year, for example,
and write the month and day into variables.
To do this, when specifying variables, put
a comma before the first variable,
[, month, day]:
let arr = [2025, 12, 31]; let [, month, day] = arr; console.log(month); // shows 12 console.log(day); // shows 31
You can skip not one value, but several:
let arr = [2025, 12, 31]; let [,, day] = arr; console.log(day); // shows 31
In the following code, parts of the array are written to the corresponding variables:
let arr = ['John', 'Smit', 'development', 'programmer', 2000]; let department = arr; let position = arr;
Rework this code through destructuring according to the learned theory.