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Default check if an array element is not undefined

if (typeof(seatArr[s-1]) != "undefined")
                            el.innerHTML = el.innerHTML + seatArr[s-1];

                    will this work to check if an array element is not undefined?

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Old October 6th, 2005, 11:40 AM
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You can just compare the array element to undefined...
var myArr = [];
alert(myArr[5] == undefined);


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