Array.push() doesn't work as expected [duplicate]

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I have an array. For test purposes i output its contents like this:

for (var i=0; i<array1.length; i++){         console.log(i + ':' + array1[i]);     }   0:String1 1:String2 

Now i have a second array. What i want to do is push the contents of array1, into array2.

I do this with this line:

array2.push(array1); 

Unfortunately, the contents aof the first array, exist in only one index of the second array. Separated by commas.

For example, if we use view the contents of the second array after the action it will be something like this:

for (var i=0; i<array1.length; i++){         console.log(i + ':' + array1[i]);     }   0:Old_string1 1:Old_string2 2:Old_string3 3:Old_string4 4:String1,String2 

While i would like this outout:

4:String1 5:String2 

 


You should try with:

array2 = array2.concat(array1); 

or with ES6 destructuring

array2.push(...array1); 

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