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How to Retrieve Nested Property Values in JavaScript / Typescript

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How to Retrieve Nested Property Values in JavaScript / Typescript

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Use the following function to retrieve the value of a property nested within another property in JavaScript...

export function retriveValueFromNestedProperty(objectToIterate: any, propertyName: string): any {

    var array: Array<string> = propertyName.split(".");

    var currentValue: any = objectToIterate[array[0]];

    for (var i = 1; i < array.length; i++) {

        currentValue = currentValue[array[i]];
    }

    return currentValue;
}


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