# Iterate Through All an Array's Items Using For Loops Filter Array

Iterate Through All an Array's Items Using For Loops Filter Array
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#1

Tell us what’s happening:
I’m stuck solving this problem. My code passes all the tests except for the first one. It should return [ [10, 8, 3], [14, 6, 23] ], but it doesn’t do that. It passes only the first sub-array( [10, 8, 3]), but it does not pass the second sub-array ([14, 6, 23] ). Please help…

function filteredArray(arr, elem) {
let newArr = [];
// change code below this line
for(let i = 0; i < arr.length; i++){
let index = arr[i].indexOf(elem);
if (index == -1) {
arr.splice(index, 1);
newArr.push(arr[i]);
}
}
// change code above this line
return newArr;
}

// change code here to test different cases:
console.log(filteredArray([[10, 8, 3], [14, 6, 23], [3, 18, 6]], 18);

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#2

Why are you using splice on arr?

#3

I have tried different ways to use splice. I have tried arr[i].splice, but that filters numbers inside the sub-arrays and not the sub-array itself.

#4

Comment out that splice line and see what happens.

#5

Okay I got it. I erase the splice and push arr[i] onto newArr. Thanks

#6

Since you know if index is equal to -1, that elem was not found in arr[i], you know you can add it to newArr.