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Lodash _.isObject


The lodash _.isObject method is a utility function used in JavaScript programming to determine whether a given value is an object or not. This function checks whether the provided value is of type Object, which includes built-in types such as Object, Array, Function, and Date.

The _.isObject method is part of the Lodash library, which is a popular utility library for JavaScript. It provides a set of methods that are designed to simplify common programming tasks such as iteration, manipulation, and validation of JavaScript data types.

With the _.isObject method, you can easily check if a given value is an object, which is useful when working with complex data structures or dealing with user input. This method returns true if the provided value is an object and false otherwise.

Here's an example of how _.isObject can be used:

const _ = require('lodash');
const obj = { name: 'John', age: 25 };

console.log(_.isObject(obj)); // output: true
console.log(_.isObject(null)); // output: false
console.log(_.isObject('string')); // output: false

In this example, we use the _.isObject method to check whether the obj variable is an object. This method returns true since obj is indeed an object. We also check using _.isObject the values null and 'string', which are not objects and therefore return false.

Overall, the _.isObject method is a simple and effective way to validate JavaScript data types, and it can be used in various programming scenarios.