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Lodash _.isArrayBuffer() Method

  • Last Updated : 29 Jul, 2020

The Lodash _.isArrayBuffer() Method Checks if the given object or value can be classified as an ArrayBuffer Value or not. 

Syntax:

_.isArrayBuffer( value )

Parameters: This method accepts a single parameter as mentioned above and described below:

  • value: This parameter holds the value that needs to be Checked for an ArrayBuffer Value.

Return Value: This method returns a Boolean value.

Example 1: When this method returns true.

Javascript




// Defining Lodash variable
const _ = require('lodash'); 
     
var val = new ArrayBuffer(3)
// Checking for an ArrayBuffer
console.log("The Value is ArrayBuffer : " 
    +_.isArrayBuffer(val)); 

Output:

The Value is ArrayBuffer : true

Example 2: When this method returns false for strings.

Javascript




// Defining Lodash variable
const _ = require('lodash'); 
     
var val = "GeeksforGeeks"
  
// Checking for an ArrayBuffer
console.log("The Value is Array : "
    +_.isArrayBuffer(val)); 

Output:

The Value is ArrayBuffer : false

Example 3:

Javascript




// Defining Lodash variable
const _ = require('lodash'); 
     
var val = { 1:1 }
  
// Checking for an ArrayBuffer
console.log("The Value is Array : " 
    +_.isArrayBuffer(val)); 

Output:

The Value is ArrayBuffer : false

Note: This will not work in normal JavaScript because it requires the lodash library to be installed and can be installed using npm install lodash.


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