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Lodash _.gte

Overview

Lodash _gte method is used to compare two values and determine if the first value is greater than or equal to the second value. This method can compare values of any data type, such as numbers, strings, Date objects, and arrays.

Syntax:

_.gte(value, other)

Parameters:

  • value: The value to compare.
  • other: The other value to compare.

Returns:

  • Boolean: Returns true if value is greater than or equal to other, else false.

Example:

const _ = require('lodash');

_.gte(3, 1);  // true
_.gte(2, 5);  // false
_.gte(10, '5');  // true
_.gte('abc', 'aaa');  // true
_.gte([1, 2], []);  // true

In the above example, we imported the lodash library, then used the _gte method to compare two values of different data types. The results show that this method can compare values of any data type.

It is important to note that if either of the values being compared is undefined or null, the method will return false. If the values are not of the same type, they will be coverted to the same data type before comparison.

To summarize, the Lodash _gte method is a powerful tool for comparing two values of any data type to determine whether the first value is greater than or equal to the second value.