By RichW


2010-11-22 11:23:32 8 Comments

I'm trying to access a property of an object using a dynamic name. Is this possible?

const something = { bar: "Foobar!" };
const foo = 'bar';
something.foo; // The idea is to access something.bar, getting "Foobar!"

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