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Lodash _.subtract

Overview

The lodash library is a popular utility library for JavaScript, widely used for its convenience and performance. One of the most commonly used methods in the lodash library is the _.subtract method.

The _.subtract method is used to subtract two or more numbers in a Javascript application. The method simply accepts any number of arguments, which correspond to the numbers to be subtracted. The method then performs the subtraction operation and returns the result. For example, to subtract two numbers in a JavaScript application, you can use the following code:

_.subtract(6, 3);
// Output: 3

In the above code, the _.subtract method accepts two arguments, 6 and 3 respectively, and returns the result of 6-3, which is 3.

It's also possible to pass more than two parameters to the _.subtract method, for instance:

_.subtract(10, 5, 2);
// Output: 3

In the code above, the _.subtract method accepts three parameters, 10, 5, and 2, respectively, and returns the result of (10-5)-2, which is 3.

It should be noted that the _.subtract method returns a new value, and does not modify the original values. Additionally, if any of the parameters passed to the _.subtract method are not numbers, the method will return NaN.

In summary, the _.subtract method is a useful method in the lodash library that can be used to subtract two or more numbers in a JavaScript application. With its simple syntax, flexibility, and consistent performance, this method helps developers build more efficient and effective applications with ease.