JavaScript Array unshift() method

The JavaScript array unshift() method is used to add one or more elements at the starting index of the given array.

Syntax:

array.unshift (element1,element2,....)

Parameters:
element1,element2,… : The elements to be added in a given array.

Returns:
Original array with specific addition elements.

Example:

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<body>
<script>  
var a = ["GOLD","SILVER","DIAMOND","RUBY","PLATINUM"]
var result=a.unshift("BRONZE");  
document.writeln(a);
</script>  
</body>
</html>

Output:

BRONZE,GOLD,SILVER,DIAMOND,RUBY,PLATINUM
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