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var person = function(name,city,state,website,language,job){
		this.name = name,
    this.city = city,
    this.state = state,
    this.website = website,
    this.language = language,
    this.job = job
}

var output = document.getElementById("output");

var x = [
		new person('Nazmus','Boston','Massachusetts','EasyProgramming.net','JavaScript','Developer'),
    new person('Bill','Seattle','Washington','Microsoft.com','.NET','Billionaire'),
    new person('Mark','Honolulu','Hawaii','Facebook.com','.PHP','Also Billionaire')
]

x.forEach(function(item,i){
		for(p in item){
			output.innerHTML += p + ': ' + item[p] + '<br />';
		}
    output.innerHTML += '<br />';
});


<!-- JavaScript Objects - The for...in loop with dynamic objects #42 -->
<p>
Welcome to the 42nd Easy JavaScript tutorial, part of <a href="http://www.easyprogramming.net">EasyProgramming.net</a>. Let's practice some more of the for...in loop and see how we can keep outputting results based on dynamic objects that we create. 
</p>
<p>
Be sure to watch my array.forEach tutorial for more information on how the forEach() loop works. Let's get to it!
</p>

<h2>
Syntax of a <code>for...in</code> loop:</h2>

<p>
<code><pre>
for(property in object){
    //E.g. object - person = {name:"Nazmus"};
    var x = property; //name of the property itself - name
    var y = object[property]; //value of the property - Nazmus
}
  </pre>
</code>
</p>

<p>
<h2>
Let's practice:</h2>
<span id="output"></span>
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