How to Remove a Property from all Objects in an Array in JavaScript?

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To remove a property from all objects in an array in JavaScript, you can use a loop and delete operator. Here’s an example:

let objects = [
  {name: "John", age: 30, gender: "male"},
  {name: "Jane", age: 25, gender: "female"},
  {name: "Jim", age: 35, gender: "male"}
];

for (let object of objects) {
  delete object.gender;
}
console.log(objects);

This code removes the "gender" property from each object in the objects array using the delete operator. The modified objects array is then logged to the console.

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