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How to set all values in an object to false using TypeScript

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const obj = {
  name: 'Tim',
  age: 50,
  workin: 'TypeScript',
  b: true,

Object.keys(obj).forEach(key => {
  	obj[key] = false;


  "name": false,
  "age": false,
  "workin": false,
  "b": false


answered May 13 by avibootz