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Lodash _.clamp


The lodash _.clamp method is a utility function that helps to limit a given value to a specified range. This is useful when working with numerical data where there is a need to ensure that certain values do not exceed or fall below a certain threshold. The method is part of the popular lodash library, which provides a number of useful utility functions for JavaScript developers.

The _.clamp method takes three arguments: the value to be limited (number), the lower bound of the range (number), and the upper bound of the range (number). If the value is within the specified range, it is returned unchanged. If the value is below the lower bound, the lower bound is returned. If the value is above the upper bound, the upper bound is returned.

Here is a sample usage of the _.clamp method:

_.clamp(5, 1, 10);
// Output: 5

_.clamp(0, 1, 10);
// Output: 1

_.clamp(20, 1, 10);
// Output: 10

In this example, the first _.clamp call returns the value 5, which is within the specified range of 1 and 10. The second _.clamp call returns the lower bound of 1 since the value 0 is below the lower bound. The third _.clamp call returns the upper bound of 10 since the value 20 is above the upper bound.

The lodash _.clamp method can be particularly useful when working with user input where there is a need to ensure that certain values are within a certain range. Additionally, it can be used to sanitize data before using it in calculations, to avoid unexpected results or errors.

In summary, the lodash _.clamp method provides a simple and efficient way to limit a given value to a specified range. Its ease of use and flexibility make it a valuable addition to any JavaScript developer's toolkit.