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Lodash _.multiply


The lodash _.multiply method is a utility function that takes two numbers as input and returns their product. It is part of the Lodash library, a popular JavaScript utility library that provides a wide range of functions for manipulating and working with data.

The basic syntax for using the _.multiply method is as follows:

_.multiply(number, multiplier)

Where number and multiplier are the two numbers that you want to multiply. The method returns the product of the two numbers.

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

const result = _.multiply(10, 5);
console.log(result); // Output: 50

In this example, we pass the numbers 10 and 5 to the _.multiply method. The method multiplies these numbers and returns 50, which we then log to the console.

The _.multiply method can also be used with arrays of numbers. When an array of numbers is passed to the method, it multiplies all the numbers in the array and returns the product. Here is an example usage with an array:

const result = _.multiply([1, 2, 3, 4]);
console.log(result); // Output: 24

In this example, we pass the array [1, 2, 3, 4] to the _.multiply method. The method multiplies all the numbers in the array and returns 24, which we then log to the console.

The _.multiply method is useful in a variety of contexts where you need to multiply numbers. It is especially useful when working with arrays of numbers, as it allows you to quickly calculate the product of all the numbers in the array.

In conclusion, the lodash _.multiply method is a simple but powerful utility function that provides a quick and easy way to multiply numbers and arrays of numbers. Its ease of use and flexibility make it a valuable tool in any JavaScript developer's toolkit.