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Aim of the puzzle: Use the spread operator (...) to copy the elements of an array into another array.
Walk through of solution:
The first line of code in this puzzle imports 3 arrays from additional code, fiction, nonFiction, and poetry, so they can be used in this puzzle.

The allBooks variable declaration is a new array that will use the spread operator to copy the elements of each of the 3 arrays.

To complete the puzzle, add the spread operator before nonFiction and poetry.

What happens if we don’t use the spread operator?

let arrayOne = [1, 2, 3];
let arrayTwo = [arrayOne, 4, 5, 6]

Without the spread operator, all of arrayOne is in arrayTwo[0]. In other words, arrayTwo looks like
[[1, 2, 3], 4, 5, 6] instead of [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6]. This is called nesting. Without the spread operator, arrayOne becomes nested inside arrayTwo.

Sample code solution:

import { fiction, nonFiction, poetry } from 'grasshopper.books';

let allBooks = [...fiction, ...nonFiction, ...poetry];

for (let book of allBooks) {
    console.log(book.title + ' by ' + book.author);
}

Javascript Concepts: Arrays, Spread Operator,
Additional Code (hidden code that runs before the puzzle’s code):

const poetry= [{ title: 'Death of a Naturalist', author: 'Seamus Heaney' }, { title: 'Omeros', author: 'Derek Walcott' }];
const fiction= [{ title: 'Beloved', author: 'Toni Morrison' }, { title: 'Dubliners', author: 'James Joyce' }];
const nonFiction= [{ title: 'Down and Out in Paris and London', author: 'George Orwell' }, { title: 'A Distant Mirror', author: 'Barbara Tuchman'}];

What happens in the imported file is not known, nothing is known. What the program is writing comes from what is said. I have also commented on the last few puzzles but no one answers.