Determines if an object is an array or at least array-like.
This function is valid in
v2.19.0 to v2.23.0.
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A value to test and see if it array-like.
A boolean indicating if the object was an array or array-like.
This function directly requires the following function which is included automatically:
Gets the native type name of a primitive or an object. Unlike YourJS.typeOf(), the types are solely determined by the system.
This function is directly required by the following functions:
Creates a new object or a new array based on the specified object array. This new array will only have the values which pass the test function.
Traverses all the characters in a string or all of the items in an array or an object, executing a function on each one.
Determines if an array, arguments list, other type of list or collection is empty. Also can be used on objects to ensure that it doesn't have any properties explicitly set.
Basically used to determine if something is falsy or is an empty collection of sorts.
Creates a new array or object with the results of calling a provided function on every item or property in the given object.
Modifies keys of an object or augments the object with more keys for the same values.
Duplicates an array or a string and adds and/or removes one or more values from it. NOTE: This is different from the traditional splice function because it doesn't modify the array, but rather it returns a modified duplicate.
Calls a function while flattening first-level array-like arguments so as the spread those individual values and use them as individual arguments.
Turns anything into an array.