Rewrite `Array(a, b, ...)` ⇒ `[a, b, ...]`

JavaScript pattern

The literal notation avoids the single-argument pitfall or the Array global being redefined.

Use of the Array constructor to create a new array is discouraged in favor of array literal notation, i.e., [a, b, ...]. The exception is when the Array constructor is used to intentionally create sparse arrays of a specified size by giving the constructor a single numeric argument.

Transform Array constructor to Array object.

BEFORE
Array(0, 1, 2);
AFTER
[0, 1, 2]

Transform Array constructor using new to Array object.

BEFORE
new Array(0, 1, 2);
AFTER
[0, 1, 2]

Don't transform Array constructor.

JAVASCRIPT
Array(500);

Don't transform Array constructor using new.

JAVASCRIPT
new Array(someOtherArray.length);