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I wrote a little function that I thought was pretty trivial. Given a set of objects, iterate over them, check some value, and if good, append matches to an array. Here is an example of what I wrote.
When I ran my code, I kept getting a 0-length array back. I added a simple variable inside my condition and confirmed that it was matching and appending those matches, so... wtf?
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