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Lodash _.isArrayBuffer

Overview

The lodash _.isArrayBuffer method is a utility function in the popular JavaScript library, Lodash. This method is used to determine whether the given value is an ArrayBuffer object or not.

An ArrayBuffer object is an object that represents a fixed-length raw binary data buffer. It is used to store binary data in a structured way so that it can be efficiently manipulated by JavaScript.

The _.isArrayBuffer method takes one argument, which is the value to be checked, and returns a boolean value indicating whether the value is an ArrayBuffer object or not.

Here are some examples of using _.isArrayBuffer:

_.isArrayBuffer(new ArrayBuffer(2)); // true
_.isArrayBuffer(new Float32Array(2).buffer); // true
_.isArrayBuffer(new Uint8Array(2)); // false
_.isArrayBuffer('hello world'); // false
_.isArrayBuffer(null); // false

As we can see from these examples, the _.isArrayBuffer method returns true only for ArrayBuffer objects, and false for any other value.

In addition to _.isArrayBuffer, Lodash provides many other utility functions for working with arrays, objects, strings, and other data types. These functions can help developers write more efficient and concise code, and improve the overall performance of their applications.

Overall, _.isArrayBuffer is a useful method for developers who work with binary data in their JavaScript applications, and helps to ensure that the data is properly formatted and can be efficiently processed using other methods and libraries.