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Lodash _.repeat


The lodash _.repeat method is a convenient utility function for quickly generating a string composed of a given character repeated a specified number of times. This method belongs to the popular lodash library, and allows developers to easily create repetitive string patterns for various use cases.

The syntax for _.repeat is as follows:

_.repeat(string, [n=1])

The first argument, string, is the character(s) that will be repeated. This can be a single character or a string of characters. The second optional argument, n, is the number of times that the string argument will be repeated. If the n argument is not provided, _.repeat will default to repeating the string argument only once.

Here's an example of using _.repeat to generate a string of 10 asterisks:

const asterisks = _.repeat('*', 10);
// Result: '**********'

The above example demonstrates how easy it is to quickly generate a repetitive string pattern with lodash _.repeat. This method can be particularly useful for generating placeholder text, building UI components, or any other scenario where repetitive strings are needed.

In addition to the basic functionality described above, _.repeat also includes some additional features that allow for more advanced usage. For example, _.repeat can accept a callback function as the string argument. This allows developers to dynamically generate the repeating string pattern based on some custom logic.

Here's an example of using a callback function with _.repeat to generate a string of sequential numbers:

const numbers = _.repeat((index) => index + 1, 5);
// Result: '12345'

The above example demonstrates how _.repeat can be used with more complex logic to generate custom repeating string patterns.

In addition to the examples above, _.repeat also includes several other features and options such as support for Unicode characters, custom separator options, and more. Overall, lodash _.repeat is a flexible and powerful utility function that can simplify string generation tasks for developers.