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Arrays in JavaScript are daunting and particularly difficult in nature. The fundamental reason for making this statement is that JavaScript does not provide as many functions/methods for array operations as several other languages do. As a result, an array operation as simple as removing duplicate elements from an array may also be particularly intimidating. A possible approach for accomplishing this task of removing duplicate elements from an array in JavaScript is using the method reduce(). The method reduce() performs execution of the callback function for every element present in the array.

var thelist = ["ball_1", "ball_13", "ball_23", "ball_1"];
console.log(unique(thelist));

output: ["ball_1", "ball_13", "ball_23"]





function unique(list) {
    var result = [];
    $.each(list, function(i, e) {
        if ($.inArray(e, result) == -1) result.push(e);
    });
    return result;
}

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