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Lodash _.toArray


The lodash _.toArray method is a utility function that is used to convert an object into an array. The method works by taking an object and creating an array from the values of the object's own enumerable properties. The resulting array maintains the order of the object's properties.

The _.toArray method is a convenient tool for developers who want to work with arrays but have an object that needs to be converted. By using this method, developers don't need to manually create an array from an object's properties.

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

const myObject = {
  firstName: 'John',
  lastName: 'Doe',
  age: 34

const myArray = _.toArray(myObject);

// Output:
// ['John', 'Doe', 34]

In the above example, myObject is converted into an array using the _.toArray method. The resulting array, myArray, contains the values of the object's own enumerable properties in the same order as they were defined in the object.

One important thing to note is that the _.toArray only works on the object's own enumerable properties. Inherited properties and non-enumerable properties will not be included in the resulting array.

Like all other lodash methods, _.toArray is designed to work with a variety of data types and provides a convenient, cross-platform way of manipulating data.

In addition to its usefulness in data manipulation, _.toArray can also improve code readability and make code more concise by reducing the need for custom array conversion code.