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Lodash _.invokeMap


The lodash _.invokeMap method is a powerful utility function that is primarily used to invoke the same method across a collection of values. This method is particularly useful when working with complex objects or arrays, as it enables you to invoke a specific method on each item in the collection without having to write repetitive code.

To use the _.invokeMap method, you must first pass it a collection of values, which can be an array, object, or any other iterable. The second parameter is a string that represents the method you want to invoke on each item in the collection. You can also pass any additional arguments required by the method as subsequent parameters.

Once you have provided the collection and method to invoke, the _.invokeMap method will loop through each item in the collection and invoke the specified method on it. The results of each method invocation are then returned in a new array.

One important thing to note about the _.invokeMap method is that it is designed to work with objects and arrays that contain function references. In other words, the items in the collection must have a method that can be invoked. If this is not the case, the method will return an empty array.

In summary, the lodash _.invokeMap method is a powerful utility function that enables you to invoke the same method across a collection of values. It is particularly useful when working with complex objects and arrays, as it helps to reduce the amount of repetitive code required. By leveraging the _.invokeMap method, you can work more efficiently and achieve your programming goals more quickly and easily.