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var items = []; // initialize array
items.push({ // add 1st item
  "Date": "2012-01-21T23:45:10.280Z",
  "Value": 7
items.push({ // add 2nd item
  "Date": "2012-01-26T23:45:10.280Z",
  "Value": 10
items.push({ // add 3rd item
  "Date": "2012-05-30T23:45:10.280Z",
  "Value": 16

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Date posted: 2/4/2014

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It seems like what you're asking is how to add entries to a Javascript array without having to initialize it to a certain size. To do that, you can use array.push:

var array = [];
// array will be [1, 2, 3]

or array.unshift if you want to add it to the beginning of the array:

var array = [];
// array will be [3, 2, 1]

Arrays in Javascript, despite the name, function like linked lists.

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Date posted: 2/20/2017

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Check this: Javascript string array to object

Or try this, found from converting string array into javascript object:

function strings_to_object(array) {

  // Initialize new empty array
  var objects = [];

  // Loop through the array
  for (var i = 0; i < array.length; i++) {

    // Create the object in the format you want
    var obj = {array[i]};

    // Add it to the array

  // Return the new array
  return objects;
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Date posted: 12/1/2020

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This is javascript Array contains multiple javascript object.


If you need structure like this,Then define a single javascript object and add linkvalue1,linkvalue2 etc. as a member of that object and then add it to javascript Array.

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Date posted: 6/15/2017

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Try accountsOptions[0] = null.

Obviously you can loop through accountsOptions using a for loop.

You can have more idea from these SO: Add a Key Value Pair to an array of objects in javascript? and How can I add a key/value pair to a JavaScript object?

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Date posted: 3/14/2017


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