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Lodash _.sortedUniq


The lodash _.sortedUniq method is a convenient way to create a new array with all the unique values from a sorted array. This method is part of the Lodash library, which is a collection of JavaScript utilities designed to simplify common programming tasks.

The sortedUniq method takes a single argument, which is the sorted array from which to extract the unique values. The method returns a new array containing only the unique values from the input array, with duplicates removed.

One important thing to note about the sortedUniq method is that it assumes the input array is already sorted. If the input array is not sorted, the output will not necessarily contain only unique values.

Here is an example of how the _.sortedUniq method can be used:

var numbers = [1, 2, 2, 3, 3, 3, 4, 4, 4, 4];
var uniqueNumbers = _.sortedUniq(numbers);

console.log(uniqueNumbers); // Prints [1, 2, 3, 4]

In this example, the sortedUniq method is used to extract the unique values from an array of numbers. The input array is sorted beforehand, so the output array contains only the unique values.

Overall, the _.sortedUniq method provides a convenient way to extract unique values from a sorted array. It can be especially useful in cases where duplicates are expected and need to be removed.