How change the property keyword of an object

const game={
odds: {
team1: 1.33,
x: 3.25,
team2: 6.5,

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I don’t think there is a way to do it. Probably you’ll have to make a function yourself.

Now It might work fine. I forgot that Object.entries get the values as strings…
Probably It’ll also be a bit slow if you’re calling It on objects with huge amounts of data

This is the way I did It. Feel free to use this function if you want to

You really shouldn’t use a .map() like a .forEach(). A .map() should only be used for making a new array from the contents of an old array.

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Thanks for the tip. I think I got this habit from Eloquent JS, the author use map to loop through arrays a lot of times to do stuff non-related to new arrays. Well, I did noticed a couple of wrong things in the book, I guess this is one too.

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