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Lodash _.isFinite() Method

  • Last Updated : 10 Sep, 2020
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The Lodash _.isFinite() Method checks whether the given value is a primitive finite number or not and returns the corresponding boolean value.

Syntax:

_.isFinite( value )

 

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

  • value: This parameter holds the value that to be checked for a primitive finite number.

Return Value: This method returns a Boolean value(Returns true if the given value is finite number, else false).



Example 1: 

Javascript




// Defining Lodash variable 
const _ = require('lodash'); 
  
// Checking for Finite Value 
console.log("The Value is Finite : "
        +_.isFinite(10));

Output:

The Value is Finite : true

Example 2: For Infinity, it returns false.

Javascript




// Defining Lodash variable 
const _ = require('lodash'); 
  
// Checking for Finite Value 
console.log("The Value is Finite : "
        +_.isFinite(Infinity));

Output:

The Value is Finite : false 

Example 3: For strings, it returns false.

Javascript




// Defining Lodash variable 
const _ = require('lodash'); 
  
// Checking for Finite Value 
console.log("The Value is Finite : "
        + _.isFinite("gfg"));

Output:

The Value is Finite : false 

Example 4: 

Javascript




// Defining Lodash variable 
const _ = require('lodash'); 
  
// Checking for Finite Value 
console.log("The Value is Finite : "
    +_.isFinite(Number.MAX_VALUE));

Output:

The Value is Finite : true

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