In TS, why number[][number] === number?

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Issue

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type Test = number[][number]; // Test will be inferred to 'number' as the above image show.

Why number[] is an index signature type with signature ‘number’?

Solution

That’s a way how you get union of types of values.

it is the same as: there is an array of numbers number[], we say [number], that means give us a union of types of values that belong to numeric key, because it’s an array of numbers the result is number.

type TestObject = {
  test1: string;
  test2: number;
};

// union of all keys is string | number
type TestValueUnion = TestObject[keyof TestObject];

// 'test1' | 'test2'
type TestKeyUnion = keyof TestObject;

Answered By – satanTime

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