unshift() method, which adds one or more elements to the beginning of an array and returns the new length of the array. Here’s an example:
let fruits = ["banana", "apple", "cherry"]; fruits.unshift("orange"); console.log(fruits);
In the example above, the
unshift() method is used to add the string
"orange" to the beginning of the
fruits array. The result is logged to the console and will output
["orange", "banana", "apple", "cherry"].