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Lodash _.remove

Overview

The lodash _.remove method is a powerful utility function in the lodash library for Processing collections using a filter. The method can be used to remove all instances of an item from an array based on a specified condition, and then return the removed items as a new array.

Syntax:

_.remove(array, [predicate])

Parameters:

  • array (Array): The array to modify.
  • predicate (Function): The function invoked per iteration.

The _.remove method iterates over elements of an array and invokes the 'predicate' function for each element. The predicate function returns a truthy value to remove the element, otherwise, falsey value to keep the element.

Example:

_.remove([1, 2, 3, 4], n => n % 2 == 0); // => [2, 4]

In the example above, the _.remove method is used to remove all even numbers from the array [1, 2, 3, 4] based on the condition n % 2 == 0. The function returns the removed numbers [2, 4] as a new array.

The _.remove method is commonly used in JavaScript applications to modify and filter collections of data. It can be used for manipulating large amounts of data in an efficient and convenient manner, enabling developers to focus on writing more concise and readable code.

In summary, the lodash _.remove method is a useful and powerful utility function for filtering and modifying collections of data in JavaScript. It is easy to use, efficient, and can greatly simplify complex data processing tasks.