Underscore.js _.memoize() Function
The _.memoize() function is used to memorize a given function by caching the result computed by the function. It is used to speed up for the slow running process.
Parameters: This function accepts two parameters as mentioned above and described below:
- function: The function that need to be executed.
- hashFunction: It is an optional parameter. The hashFunction is used to compute the hash key for storing the result.
Return Value: It returns the result of the called function.
Below examples illustrate the _.memoize function in Underscore.js:
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