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Lodash _.split


The lodash _.split method is a convenient utility function that splits a string into an array of substrings based on a specified separator. This method is particularly useful when parsing strings that contain multiple values or for separating words in a sentence.

The syntax for the _.split method is as follows:

_.split(string, separator, limit)


  • string: The string that you want to split into an array of substrings.
  • separator: The delimiter string used to split the original string. This can be a string or a regular expression.
  • limit: An optional parameter that specifies the maximum number of substrings to include in the resulting array.

The _.split method returns an array of substrings that are produced by splitting the string argument using the separator argument. If the limit argument is provided, only the first limit substrings will be included in the returned array.

Here are some examples that illustrate how the _.split method can be used:

_.split('hello world', ' ') // returns ['hello', 'world']

_.split('1,2,3,4,5', ',') // returns ['1', '2', '3', '4', '5']

_.split('apple|orange|banana', '|', 2) // returns ['apple', 'orange']

In the first example, the _.split method splits the string "hello world" into an array of two substrings: "hello" and "world", using the space character as the separator.

In the second example, the _.split method splits the string "1,2,3,4,5" into an array of five substrings. The comma character "," is used as the separator.

In the third example, the _.split method splits the string "apple|orange|banana" into an array of two substrings. The "|" character is used as the separator, and the limit parameter is set to 2, which limits the number of substrings returned to just two.

Overall, the _.split method is a powerful tool that simplifies the task of splitting strings into substrings, and which can be used in a wide variety of use cases, from parsing data to manipulating strings for display purposes.