Today’s useful util isn’t going to be anything special. It’s something you’re already familiar with doing, but repurposing it into a more digestible use. That is removing an element at a position in an array. Since it’s something, you’re probably already familiar with, no need for any extra talking. Let’s just look at some code!

Array.prototype.remove = function() {
  try {
    const [specifier, amount,] = arguments;
    const START = specifier || 0;
    const STOP = amout || 1;
    this.splice(START, STOP);
  } catch (error) {
    throw new Error('Looks like there was an issue removing your selection', error);

Looks good, works well, and can handle errors!