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Lodash _.lowerCase

Overview

The lodash _.lowerCase method is a convenient utility function that converts a given string to lowercase. This method is a part of the popular lodash library, which provides many helpful functions for working with arrays, objects, and strings in JavaScript.

The _.lowerCase method accepts a single argument, which should be a string. It then returns a lowercase version of that string, with all uppercase characters converted to lowercase characters. Any non-alphabetic characters, such as spaces or punctuation, are not affected by this method.

Here's an example of how you could use the _.lowerCase method:

const myString = "HELLO WORLD";
const result = _.lowerCase(myString);
console.log(result); // "hello world"

In this example, the string "HELLO WORLD" is passed as an argument to the _.lowerCase method. The method returns a new string that is the lowercased version of the original string. The result is then logged to the console, which would print "hello world".

It's important to note that the _.lowerCase method does not modify the original string. Instead, it returns a new string with the modified casing.

Overall, the lodash _.lowerCase method is a helpful tool for normalizing the case of strings in JavaScript. It's easy to use and can save you time and effort when working with text data.