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Lodash _.over() Method

  • Last Updated : 09 Sep, 2020
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The Lodash _.over() method is used to create a function that invokes iteratee with the arguments it receives and returns its results.

Syntax: 

_.over(iteratees)

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

  • iteratee: The iteratee to invoke.

Returns: This method returns a new function.

Example 1:



Javascript




// Requiring the lodash library  
const _ = require("lodash");              
  
// Use of _.over() method 
var func = _.over([Boolean, isFinite]);
  
// Saving the result
let gfg1 = func('10');
let gfg2 = func('-5');
let gfg3 = func('null');
let gfg4 = func('NaN');
       
// Printing the output  
console.log(gfg1); 
console.log(gfg2); 
console.log(gfg3); 
console.log(gfg4);

Output:

[true, true]
[true, true]
[true, false]
[true, false]

Example 2:

Javascript




// Requiring the lodash library  
const _ = require("lodash");              
  
// Use of _.over() method 
var func = _.over([Math.min,  Math.max]);
  
// Saving the result
let gfg = func(5, 10, -5, 20);
  
       
// Printing the output  
console.log(gfg);

Output:

[-5, 20]

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