In this Article we will go through how to find the closest number from an array only using single line of code in JavaScript.
This is a one-line JavaScript code snippet that uses one of the most popular ES6 features => `Arrow Function`

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Let's define this short function:

```
// Find the number from `arr` which is closest to `n`
const closest = (arr, n) => arr.reduce((prev, curr) => Math.abs(curr - n) < Math.abs(prev - n) ? curr : prev);
```

```
const closest = (arr, n) => arr.sort((a, b) => Math.abs(a - n) - Math.abs(b - n))[0];
```

```
closest([29, 87, 8, 78, 97, 20, 75, 33, 24, 17], 50); // 33
```

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