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Lodash _.values



Lodash is a popular JavaScript utility library used for a range of functions such as dealing with arrays, objects and strings. One of the widely used functions in this library is the _.values method that retrieves all the values of an object's properties in an array format.


The _.values method's syntax is:



The method has only one parameter:

object: The object whose values will be extracted.

Return Value:

The method returns an array containing all the object's values.


const obj = { a: 1, b: 2, c: 3 }; _.values(obj); // Output: [1, 2, 3]


The _.values method is used to extract all the values of an object's properties and place them in an array. In other words, this method creates an array from an object's values.

The method can be applied to any object, which will result in the array of its values.

The order of values in the returned array depends on how the object's properties were defined in time.

It is important to note that the _.values method does not work on non-objects like strings or numbers.


The _.values method can be useful when you need to access all the values in an object without having to iterate over the keys manually. This can help simplify code and make it easier to read.

The method can be used to create an array of object values for further processing or to return a part of an object's data in a specific format.

It is also helpful when working with object-oriented programming where objects' data needs to be analysed or manipulated extensively.


In conclusion, the _.values method is an essential tool in the Lodash library that helps developers access and manipulate object data easily. The method's simplicity and effectiveness make it a must-have in any developer's toolkit.