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Lodash _.lte

Overview

The lodash _.lte method is a comparison function that checks if the first argument is less than or equal to the second argument. It returns a boolean value of true if the first argument is less than or equal to the second argument or false otherwise.

This method can be used with both numbers and strings. In the case of strings, it compares the Unicode positions of the characters based on their order in the string.

The _.lte method is part of the popular lodash library, which is a JavaScript utility library that provides many useful methods for working with arrays, objects, and strings.

Here is an example usage of the _.lte method:

const lodash = require('lodash');

console.log(lodash.lte(2, 2)); // true
console.log(lodash.lte(2, 3)); // true
console.log(lodash.lte(3, 2)); // false
console.log(lodash.lte('a', 'b')); // true
console.log(lodash.lte('b', 'a')); // false

In the above code, we first import the lodash library and then use the _.lte method to compare various values. We pass in two arguments to the method, and the method returns a boolean value indicating whether the first argument is less than or equal to the second argument.

In conclusion, the _.lte method is a useful comparison function provided by the lodash library that can be used to quickly and easily compare values in JavaScript.