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lodash.uniq 4.5.0

The lodash method `_.uniq` exported as a module.
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What does lodash.uniq do?

Lodash.uniq is a popular software utility module from Lodash, which provides an efficient and simple JavaScript solution to remove duplicate values from an array. It is a highly regarded package known for its superiority in delivering consistent results and unbeatable performance. The module inherently supports the removal of duplicated simple types in your array including numbers, strings and booleans.

How do you use lodash.uniq?

Using Lodash.uniq is relatively straightforward. To start, you need to install the package via npm with the following commands:

$ {sudo -H} npm i -g npm
$ npm i --save lodash.uniq

Once installed, you can require it in your Node.js file as follows:

var uniq = require('lodash.uniq');

After successful installation and requiring it in your file, you can now use it by simply calling the 'uniq' function on the array you wish to remove duplicates from. For example:

var array = [1, 2, 2, 3, 4, 4, 5, 5];
var uniqueArray = uniq(array);
console.log(uniqueArray); // Outputs: [1, 2, 3, 4, 5]

Here, 'array' is the original array with duplicate values, and 'uniqueArray' is the new array without any duplicates.

Where are the lodash.uniq docs?

For more details and advanced usages, you can refer to the lodash.uniq documentation. The documentation is easily accessible and is available on the Lodash official website at https://lodash.com/docs#uniq. The documentation covers all aspects of the lodash.uniq function, including its syntax, parameters, return type, examples, and other related information. You can also find the source code on GitHub at https://github.com/lodash/lodash/blob/4.5.0-npm-packages/lodash.uniq for more in-depth understanding.