The _.result() method is used to return the resolved values. If the resolved value is a function then it invoked with the this binding of its parent object. It is almost the same as _.get() function.
_.result( object, path, defaultValue )
Parameters: This method accepts three parameters as mentioned above and described below:
- object: It is the object that is queried.
- paths: It is a string or array of the paths of the property to resolve.
- defaultValue: It is the value returned for undefined resolved values. It is an optional value.
Return Value: This method returns the resolved value.
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