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How Find Emojis By Name In Discord.js

So I have been utterly frustrated these past few days because I have not been able to find a single resource online which properly documents how to find emojis when writing a discord bot in javascript. I have been referring to this guide whose documentation about emojis seems to be either wrong, or outdated:

https://anidiots.guide/coding-guides/using-emojis

What I need is simple; to just be able to reference an emoji using the .find() function and store it in a variable. Here is my current code:

const Discord = require("discord.js");
const config = require("./config.json");
const fs = require("fs");
const client = new Discord.Client();
const guild = new Discord.Guild();
const bean = client.emojis.find("name", "bean");

client.on("message", (message) => {
    if (bean) {
      if (!message.content.startsWith("@")){
        if (message.channel.name == "bean" || message.channel.id == "478206289961418756") {
            if (message.content.startsWith("<:bean:" + bean.id + ">")) {
                message.react(bean.id);
            }
        }
      }
    }
    else {
      console.error("Error: Unable to find bean emoji");
    }
});

p.s. the whole bean thing is just a test

But every time I run this code it just returns this error and dies:

(node:3084) DeprecationWarning: Collection#find: pass a function instead

Is there anything I missed? I am so stumped...

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Answer

I never used discord.js so I may be completely wrong

from the warning I'd say you need to do something like

client.emojis.find(emoji => emoji.name === "bean") 

Plus after looking at the Discord.js Doc it seems to be the way to go. BUT the docs never say anything about client.emojis.find("name", "bean") being wrong

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