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lodash.isplainobject 4.0.6

The lodash method `_.isPlainObject` exported as a module.
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Frequently Asked Questions

What does lodash.isplainobject do?

lodash.isplainobject is an npm package derived from the popular JavaScript utility library, lodash. This specific module checks if the value given to it is a plain object or not. A 'plain object' is an object that is directly created using {} or new Object. In other words, lodash.isplainobject is a tool to confirm if a certain value is an object created using the object literal notation or with a constructor of Object.

How do you use lodash.isplainobject?

The lodash.isplainobject module is used in a Node.js environment and can be installed using npm by following the instructions provided in its readme. Once installed, it can be required and used in your JavaScript files. Here is a basic example of its usage:

// Import the module
var isPlainObject = require('lodash.isplainobject');

// Test a plain object
console.log(isPlainObject({})); // Outputs: true

// Test an object created using a constructor
console.log(isPlainObject(new Object())); // Outputs: true

// Test a non-plain object
function TestObject() {}
console.log(isPlainObject(new TestObject())); // Outputs: false

In this example, the isPlainObject function is used to check if various objects are plain objects. The outputs indicate whether each is a plain object as per the lodash.isplainobject's criteria.

Where are the lodash.isplainobject docs?

The main source of documentation for lodash.isplainobject can be found on lodash's official website, within their comprehensive documentation section. It details what the function does and how it should be used. For more information about the package, implementation, or to check for updates, the module's source code on GitHub is a good reference point as well.