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+ + + + + \ No newline at end of file diff --git a/vue_eight/js/lodash.js b/vue_eight/js/lodash.js new file mode 100644 index 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000..4fe03e6bff5dbcadb6dbba6086f5632a6d4e53b8 --- /dev/null +++ b/vue_eight/js/lodash.js @@ -0,0 +1,16895 @@ +/** + * @license + * lodash + * Copyright jQuery Foundation and other contributors + * Released under MIT license + * Based on Underscore.js 1.8.3 + * Copyright Jeremy Ashkenas, DocumentCloud and Investigative Reporters & Editors + */ +;(function() { + + /** Used as a safe reference for `undefined` in pre-ES5 environments. */ + var undefined; + + /** Used as the semantic version number. */ + var VERSION = '4.16.0'; + + /** Used as the size to enable large array optimizations. */ + var LARGE_ARRAY_SIZE = 200; + + /** Used as the `TypeError` message for "Functions" methods. */ + var FUNC_ERROR_TEXT = 'Expected a function'; + + /** Used to stand-in for `undefined` hash values. */ + var HASH_UNDEFINED = '__lodash_hash_undefined__'; + + /** Used as the maximum memoize cache size. */ + var MAX_MEMOIZE_SIZE = 500; + + /** Used as the internal argument placeholder. */ + var PLACEHOLDER = '__lodash_placeholder__'; + + /** Used to compose bitmasks for function metadata. */ + var BIND_FLAG = 1, + BIND_KEY_FLAG = 2, + CURRY_BOUND_FLAG = 4, + CURRY_FLAG = 8, + CURRY_RIGHT_FLAG = 16, + PARTIAL_FLAG = 32, + PARTIAL_RIGHT_FLAG = 64, + ARY_FLAG = 128, + REARG_FLAG = 256, + FLIP_FLAG = 512; + + /** Used to compose bitmasks for comparison styles. */ + var UNORDERED_COMPARE_FLAG = 1, + PARTIAL_COMPARE_FLAG = 2; + + /** Used as default options for `_.truncate`. */ + var DEFAULT_TRUNC_LENGTH = 30, + DEFAULT_TRUNC_OMISSION = '...'; + + /** Used to detect hot functions by number of calls within a span of milliseconds. */ + var HOT_COUNT = 500, + HOT_SPAN = 16; + + /** Used to indicate the type of lazy iteratees. */ + var LAZY_FILTER_FLAG = 1, + LAZY_MAP_FLAG = 2, + LAZY_WHILE_FLAG = 3; + + /** Used as references for various `Number` constants. */ + var INFINITY = 1 / 0, + MAX_SAFE_INTEGER = 9007199254740991, + MAX_INTEGER = 1.7976931348623157e+308, + NAN = 0 / 0; + + /** Used as references for the maximum length and index of an array. */ + var MAX_ARRAY_LENGTH = 4294967295, + MAX_ARRAY_INDEX = MAX_ARRAY_LENGTH - 1, + HALF_MAX_ARRAY_LENGTH = MAX_ARRAY_LENGTH >>> 1; + + /** Used to associate wrap methods with their bit flags. */ + var wrapFlags = [ + ['ary', ARY_FLAG], + ['bind', BIND_FLAG], + ['bindKey', BIND_KEY_FLAG], + ['curry', CURRY_FLAG], + ['curryRight', CURRY_RIGHT_FLAG], + ['flip', FLIP_FLAG], + ['partial', PARTIAL_FLAG], + ['partialRight', PARTIAL_RIGHT_FLAG], + ['rearg', REARG_FLAG] + ]; + + /** `Object#toString` result references. */ + var argsTag = '[object Arguments]', + arrayTag = '[object Array]', + boolTag = '[object Boolean]', + dateTag = '[object Date]', + errorTag = '[object Error]', + funcTag = '[object Function]', + genTag = '[object GeneratorFunction]', + mapTag = '[object Map]', + numberTag = '[object Number]', + objectTag = '[object Object]', + promiseTag = '[object Promise]', + regexpTag = '[object RegExp]', + setTag = '[object Set]', + stringTag = '[object String]', + symbolTag = '[object Symbol]', + weakMapTag = '[object WeakMap]', + weakSetTag = '[object WeakSet]'; + + var arrayBufferTag = '[object ArrayBuffer]', + dataViewTag = '[object DataView]', + float32Tag = '[object Float32Array]', + float64Tag = '[object Float64Array]', + int8Tag = '[object Int8Array]', + int16Tag = '[object Int16Array]', + int32Tag = '[object Int32Array]', + uint8Tag = '[object Uint8Array]', + uint8ClampedTag = '[object Uint8ClampedArray]', + uint16Tag = '[object Uint16Array]', + uint32Tag = '[object Uint32Array]'; + + /** Used to match empty string literals in compiled template source. */ + var reEmptyStringLeading = /\b__p \+= '';/g, + reEmptyStringMiddle = /\b(__p \+=) '' \+/g, + reEmptyStringTrailing = /(__e\(.*?\)|\b__t\)) \+\n'';/g; + + /** Used to match HTML entities and HTML characters. */ + var reEscapedHtml = /&(?:amp|lt|gt|quot|#39|#96);/g, + reUnescapedHtml = /[&<>"'`]/g, + reHasEscapedHtml = RegExp(reEscapedHtml.source), + reHasUnescapedHtml = RegExp(reUnescapedHtml.source); + + /** Used to match template delimiters. */ + var reEscape = /<%-([\s\S]+?)%>/g, + reEvaluate = /<%([\s\S]+?)%>/g, + reInterpolate = /<%=([\s\S]+?)%>/g; + + /** Used to match property names within property paths. */ + var reIsDeepProp = /\.|\[(?:[^[\]]*|(["'])(?:(?!\1)[^\\]|\\.)*?\1)\]/, + reIsPlainProp = /^\w*$/, + reLeadingDot = /^\./, + rePropName = /[^.[\]]+|\[(?:(-?\d+(?:\.\d+)?)|(["'])((?:(?!\2)[^\\]|\\.)*?)\2)\]|(?=(?:\.|\[\])(?:\.|\[\]|$))/g; + + /** + * Used to match `RegExp` + * [syntax characters](http://ecma-international.org/ecma-262/7.0/#sec-patterns). + */ + var reRegExpChar = /[\\^$.*+?()[\]{}|]/g, + reHasRegExpChar = RegExp(reRegExpChar.source); + + /** Used to match leading and trailing whitespace. */ + var reTrim = /^\s+|\s+$/g, + reTrimStart = /^\s+/, + reTrimEnd = /\s+$/; + + /** Used to match wrap detail comments. */ + var reWrapComment = /\{(?:\n\/\* \[wrapped with .+\] \*\/)?\n?/, + reWrapDetails = /\{\n\/\* \[wrapped with (.+)\] \*/, + reSplitDetails = /,? & /; + + /** Used to match words composed of alphanumeric characters. */ + var reAsciiWord = /[^\x00-\x2f\x3a-\x40\x5b-\x60\x7b-\x7f]+/g; + + /** Used to match backslashes in property paths. */ + var reEscapeChar = /\\(\\)?/g; + + /** + * Used to match + * [ES template delimiters](http://ecma-international.org/ecma-262/7.0/#sec-template-literal-lexical-components). + */ + var reEsTemplate = /\$\{([^\\}]*(?:\\.[^\\}]*)*)\}/g; + + /** Used to match `RegExp` flags from their coerced string values. */ + var reFlags = /\w*$/; + + /** Used to detect bad signed hexadecimal string values. */ + var reIsBadHex = /^[-+]0x[0-9a-f]+$/i; + + /** Used to detect binary string values. */ + var reIsBinary = /^0b[01]+$/i; + + /** Used to detect host constructors (Safari). */ + var reIsHostCtor = /^\[object .+?Constructor\]$/; + + /** Used to detect octal string values. */ + var reIsOctal = /^0o[0-7]+$/i; + + /** Used to detect unsigned integer values. */ + var reIsUint = /^(?:0|[1-9]\d*)$/; + + /** Used to match Latin Unicode letters (excluding mathematical operators). */ + var reLatin = /[\xc0-\xd6\xd8-\xf6\xf8-\xff\u0100-\u017f]/g; + + /** Used to ensure capturing order of template delimiters. */ + var reNoMatch = /($^)/; + + /** Used to match unescaped characters in compiled string literals. */ + var reUnescapedString = /['\n\r\u2028\u2029\\]/g; + + /** Used to compose unicode character classes. */ + var rsAstralRange = '\\ud800-\\udfff', + rsComboMarksRange = '\\u0300-\\u036f\\ufe20-\\ufe23', + rsComboSymbolsRange = '\\u20d0-\\u20f0', + rsDingbatRange = '\\u2700-\\u27bf', + rsLowerRange = 'a-z\\xdf-\\xf6\\xf8-\\xff', + rsMathOpRange = '\\xac\\xb1\\xd7\\xf7', + rsNonCharRange = '\\x00-\\x2f\\x3a-\\x40\\x5b-\\x60\\x7b-\\xbf', + rsPunctuationRange = '\\u2000-\\u206f', + rsSpaceRange = ' \\t\\x0b\\f\\xa0\\ufeff\\n\\r\\u2028\\u2029\\u1680\\u180e\\u2000\\u2001\\u2002\\u2003\\u2004\\u2005\\u2006\\u2007\\u2008\\u2009\\u200a\\u202f\\u205f\\u3000', + rsUpperRange = 'A-Z\\xc0-\\xd6\\xd8-\\xde', + rsVarRange = '\\ufe0e\\ufe0f', + rsBreakRange = rsMathOpRange + rsNonCharRange + rsPunctuationRange + rsSpaceRange; + + /** Used to compose unicode capture groups. */ + var rsApos = "['\u2019]", + rsAstral = '[' + rsAstralRange + ']', + rsBreak = '[' + rsBreakRange + ']', + rsCombo = '[' + rsComboMarksRange + rsComboSymbolsRange + ']', + rsDigits = '\\d+', + rsDingbat = '[' + rsDingbatRange + ']', + rsLower = '[' + rsLowerRange + ']', + rsMisc = '[^' + rsAstralRange + rsBreakRange + rsDigits + rsDingbatRange + rsLowerRange + rsUpperRange + ']', + rsFitz = '\\ud83c[\\udffb-\\udfff]', + rsModifier = '(?:' + rsCombo + '|' + rsFitz + ')', + rsNonAstral = '[^' + rsAstralRange + ']', + rsRegional = '(?:\\ud83c[\\udde6-\\uddff]){2}', + rsSurrPair = '[\\ud800-\\udbff][\\udc00-\\udfff]', + rsUpper = '[' + rsUpperRange + ']', + rsZWJ = '\\u200d'; + + /** Used to compose unicode regexes. */ + var rsLowerMisc = '(?:' + rsLower + '|' + rsMisc + ')', + rsUpperMisc = '(?:' + rsUpper + '|' + rsMisc + ')', + rsOptLowerContr = '(?:' + rsApos + '(?:d|ll|m|re|s|t|ve))?', + rsOptUpperContr = '(?:' + rsApos + '(?:D|LL|M|RE|S|T|VE))?', + reOptMod = rsModifier + '?', + rsOptVar = '[' + rsVarRange + ']?', + rsOptJoin = '(?:' + rsZWJ + '(?:' + [rsNonAstral, rsRegional, rsSurrPair].join('|') + ')' + rsOptVar + reOptMod + ')*', + rsSeq = rsOptVar + reOptMod + rsOptJoin, + rsEmoji = '(?:' + [rsDingbat, rsRegional, rsSurrPair].join('|') + ')' + rsSeq, + rsSymbol = '(?:' + [rsNonAstral + rsCombo + '?', rsCombo, rsRegional, rsSurrPair, rsAstral].join('|') + ')'; + + /** Used to match apostrophes. */ + var reApos = RegExp(rsApos, 'g'); + + /** + * Used to match [combining diacritical marks](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Combining_Diacritical_Marks) and + * [combining diacritical marks for symbols](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Combining_Diacritical_Marks_for_Symbols). + */ + var reComboMark = RegExp(rsCombo, 'g'); + + /** Used to match [string symbols](https://mathiasbynens.be/notes/javascript-unicode). */ + var reUnicode = RegExp(rsFitz + '(?=' + rsFitz + ')|' + rsSymbol + rsSeq, 'g'); + + /** Used to match complex or compound words. */ + var reUnicodeWord = RegExp([ + rsUpper + '?' + rsLower + '+' + rsOptLowerContr + '(?=' + [rsBreak, rsUpper, '$'].join('|') + ')', + rsUpperMisc + '+' + rsOptUpperContr + '(?=' + [rsBreak, rsUpper + rsLowerMisc, '$'].join('|') + ')', + rsUpper + '?' + rsLowerMisc + '+' + rsOptLowerContr, + rsUpper + '+' + rsOptUpperContr, + rsDigits, + rsEmoji + ].join('|'), 'g'); + + /** Used to detect strings with [zero-width joiners or code points from the astral planes](http://eev.ee/blog/2015/09/12/dark-corners-of-unicode/). */ + var reHasUnicode = RegExp('[' + rsZWJ + rsAstralRange + rsComboMarksRange + rsComboSymbolsRange + rsVarRange + ']'); + + /** Used to detect strings that need a more robust regexp to match words. */ + var reHasUnicodeWord = /[a-z][A-Z]|[A-Z]{2,}[a-z]|[0-9][a-zA-Z]|[a-zA-Z][0-9]|[^a-zA-Z0-9 ]/; + + /** Used to assign default `context` object properties. */ + var contextProps = [ + 'Array', 'Buffer', 'DataView', 'Date', 'Error', 'Float32Array', 'Float64Array', + 'Function', 'Int8Array', 'Int16Array', 'Int32Array', 'Map', 'Math', 'Object', + 'Promise', 'RegExp', 'Set', 'String', 'Symbol', 'TypeError', 'Uint8Array', + 'Uint8ClampedArray', 'Uint16Array', 'Uint32Array', 'WeakMap', + '_', 'clearTimeout', 'isFinite', 'parseInt', 'setTimeout' + ]; + + /** Used to make template sourceURLs easier to identify. */ + var templateCounter = -1; + + /** Used to identify `toStringTag` values of typed arrays. */ + var typedArrayTags = {}; + typedArrayTags[float32Tag] = typedArrayTags[float64Tag] = + typedArrayTags[int8Tag] = typedArrayTags[int16Tag] = + typedArrayTags[int32Tag] = typedArrayTags[uint8Tag] = + typedArrayTags[uint8ClampedTag] = typedArrayTags[uint16Tag] = + typedArrayTags[uint32Tag] = true; + typedArrayTags[argsTag] = typedArrayTags[arrayTag] = + typedArrayTags[arrayBufferTag] = typedArrayTags[boolTag] = + typedArrayTags[dataViewTag] = typedArrayTags[dateTag] = + typedArrayTags[errorTag] = typedArrayTags[funcTag] = + typedArrayTags[mapTag] = typedArrayTags[numberTag] = + typedArrayTags[objectTag] = typedArrayTags[regexpTag] = + typedArrayTags[setTag] = typedArrayTags[stringTag] = + typedArrayTags[weakMapTag] = false; + + /** Used to identify `toStringTag` values supported by `_.clone`. */ + var cloneableTags = {}; + cloneableTags[argsTag] = cloneableTags[arrayTag] = + cloneableTags[arrayBufferTag] = cloneableTags[dataViewTag] = + cloneableTags[boolTag] = cloneableTags[dateTag] = + cloneableTags[float32Tag] = cloneableTags[float64Tag] = + cloneableTags[int8Tag] = cloneableTags[int16Tag] = + cloneableTags[int32Tag] = cloneableTags[mapTag] = + cloneableTags[numberTag] = cloneableTags[objectTag] = + cloneableTags[regexpTag] = cloneableTags[setTag] = + cloneableTags[stringTag] = cloneableTags[symbolTag] = + cloneableTags[uint8Tag] = cloneableTags[uint8ClampedTag] = + cloneableTags[uint16Tag] = cloneableTags[uint32Tag] = true; + cloneableTags[errorTag] = cloneableTags[funcTag] = + cloneableTags[weakMapTag] = false; + + /** Used to map Latin Unicode letters to basic Latin letters. */ + var deburredLetters = { + // Latin-1 Supplement block. + '\xc0': 'A', '\xc1': 'A', '\xc2': 'A', '\xc3': 'A', '\xc4': 'A', '\xc5': 'A', + '\xe0': 'a', '\xe1': 'a', '\xe2': 'a', '\xe3': 'a', '\xe4': 'a', '\xe5': 'a', + '\xc7': 'C', '\xe7': 'c', + '\xd0': 'D', '\xf0': 'd', + '\xc8': 'E', '\xc9': 'E', '\xca': 'E', '\xcb': 'E', + '\xe8': 'e', '\xe9': 'e', '\xea': 'e', '\xeb': 'e', + '\xcc': 'I', '\xcd': 'I', '\xce': 'I', '\xcf': 'I', + '\xec': 'i', '\xed': 'i', '\xee': 'i', '\xef': 'i', + '\xd1': 'N', '\xf1': 'n', + '\xd2': 'O', '\xd3': 'O', '\xd4': 'O', '\xd5': 'O', '\xd6': 'O', '\xd8': 'O', + '\xf2': 'o', '\xf3': 'o', '\xf4': 'o', '\xf5': 'o', '\xf6': 'o', '\xf8': 'o', + '\xd9': 'U', '\xda': 'U', '\xdb': 'U', '\xdc': 'U', + '\xf9': 'u', '\xfa': 'u', '\xfb': 'u', '\xfc': 'u', + '\xdd': 'Y', '\xfd': 'y', '\xff': 'y', + '\xc6': 'Ae', '\xe6': 'ae', + '\xde': 'Th', '\xfe': 'th', + '\xdf': 'ss', + // Latin Extended-A block. + '\u0100': 'A', '\u0102': 'A', '\u0104': 'A', + '\u0101': 'a', '\u0103': 'a', '\u0105': 'a', + '\u0106': 'C', '\u0108': 'C', '\u010a': 'C', '\u010c': 'C', + '\u0107': 'c', '\u0109': 'c', '\u010b': 'c', '\u010d': 'c', + '\u010e': 'D', '\u0110': 'D', '\u010f': 'd', '\u0111': 'd', + '\u0112': 'E', '\u0114': 'E', '\u0116': 'E', '\u0118': 'E', '\u011a': 'E', + '\u0113': 'e', '\u0115': 'e', '\u0117': 'e', '\u0119': 'e', '\u011b': 'e', + '\u011c': 'G', '\u011e': 'G', '\u0120': 'G', '\u0122': 'G', + '\u011d': 'g', '\u011f': 'g', '\u0121': 'g', '\u0123': 'g', + '\u0124': 'H', '\u0126': 'H', '\u0125': 'h', '\u0127': 'h', + '\u0128': 'I', '\u012a': 'I', '\u012c': 'I', '\u012e': 'I', '\u0130': 'I', + '\u0129': 'i', '\u012b': 'i', '\u012d': 'i', '\u012f': 'i', '\u0131': 'i', + '\u0134': 'J', '\u0135': 'j', + '\u0136': 'K', '\u0137': 'k', '\u0138': 'k', + '\u0139': 'L', '\u013b': 'L', '\u013d': 'L', '\u013f': 'L', '\u0141': 'L', + '\u013a': 'l', '\u013c': 'l', '\u013e': 'l', '\u0140': 'l', '\u0142': 'l', + '\u0143': 'N', '\u0145': 'N', '\u0147': 'N', '\u014a': 'N', + '\u0144': 'n', '\u0146': 'n', '\u0148': 'n', '\u014b': 'n', + '\u014c': 'O', '\u014e': 'O', '\u0150': 'O', + '\u014d': 'o', '\u014f': 'o', '\u0151': 'o', + '\u0154': 'R', '\u0156': 'R', '\u0158': 'R', + '\u0155': 'r', '\u0157': 'r', '\u0159': 'r', + '\u015a': 'S', '\u015c': 'S', '\u015e': 'S', '\u0160': 'S', + '\u015b': 's', '\u015d': 's', '\u015f': 's', '\u0161': 's', + '\u0162': 'T', '\u0164': 'T', '\u0166': 'T', + '\u0163': 't', '\u0165': 't', '\u0167': 't', + '\u0168': 'U', '\u016a': 'U', '\u016c': 'U', '\u016e': 'U', '\u0170': 'U', '\u0172': 'U', + '\u0169': 'u', '\u016b': 'u', '\u016d': 'u', '\u016f': 'u', '\u0171': 'u', '\u0173': 'u', + '\u0174': 'W', '\u0175': 'w', + '\u0176': 'Y', '\u0177': 'y', '\u0178': 'Y', + '\u0179': 'Z', '\u017b': 'Z', '\u017d': 'Z', + '\u017a': 'z', '\u017c': 'z', '\u017e': 'z', + '\u0132': 'IJ', '\u0133': 'ij', + '\u0152': 'Oe', '\u0153': 'oe', + '\u0149': "'n", '\u017f': 's' + }; + + /** Used to map characters to HTML entities. */ + var htmlEscapes = { + '&': '&', + '<': '<', + '>': '>', + '"': '"', + "'": ''' + }; + + /** Used to map HTML entities to characters. */ + var htmlUnescapes = { + '&': '&', + '<': '<', + '>': '>', + '"': '"', + ''': "'" + }; + + /** Used to escape characters for inclusion in compiled string literals. */ + var stringEscapes = { + '\\': '\\', + "'": "'", + '\n': 'n', + '\r': 'r', + '\u2028': 'u2028', + '\u2029': 'u2029' + }; + + /** Built-in method references without a dependency on `root`. */ + var freeParseFloat = parseFloat, + freeParseInt = parseInt; + + /** Detect free variable `global` from Node.js. */ + var freeGlobal = typeof global == 'object' && global && global.Object === Object && global; + + /** Detect free variable `self`. */ + var freeSelf = typeof self == 'object' && self && self.Object === Object && self; + + /** Used as a reference to the global object. */ + var root = freeGlobal || freeSelf || Function('return this')(); + + /** Detect free variable `exports`. */ + var freeExports = typeof exports == 'object' && exports && !exports.nodeType && exports; + + /** Detect free variable `module`. */ + var freeModule = freeExports && typeof module == 'object' && module && !module.nodeType && module; + + /** Detect the popular CommonJS extension `module.exports`. */ + var moduleExports = freeModule && freeModule.exports === freeExports; + + /** Detect free variable `process` from Node.js. */ + var freeProcess = moduleExports && freeGlobal.process; + + /** Used to access faster Node.js helpers. */ + var nodeUtil = (function() { + try { + return freeProcess && freeProcess.binding('util'); + } catch (e) {} + }()); + + /* Node.js helper references. */ + var nodeIsArrayBuffer = nodeUtil && nodeUtil.isArrayBuffer, + nodeIsDate = nodeUtil && nodeUtil.isDate, + nodeIsMap = nodeUtil && nodeUtil.isMap, + nodeIsRegExp = nodeUtil && nodeUtil.isRegExp, + nodeIsSet = nodeUtil && nodeUtil.isSet, + nodeIsTypedArray = nodeUtil && nodeUtil.isTypedArray; + + /*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/ + + /** + * Adds the key-value `pair` to `map`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} map The map to modify. + * @param {Array} pair The key-value pair to add. + * @returns {Object} Returns `map`. + */ + function addMapEntry(map, pair) { + // Don't return `map.set` because it's not chainable in IE 11. + map.set(pair[0], pair[1]); + return map; + } + + /** + * Adds `value` to `set`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} set The set to modify. + * @param {*} value The value to add. + * @returns {Object} Returns `set`. + */ + function addSetEntry(set, value) { + // Don't return `set.add` because it's not chainable in IE 11. + set.add(value); + return set; + } + + /** + * A faster alternative to `Function#apply`, this function invokes `func` + * with the `this` binding of `thisArg` and the arguments of `args`. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} func The function to invoke. + * @param {*} thisArg The `this` binding of `func`. + * @param {Array} args The arguments to invoke `func` with. + * @returns {*} Returns the result of `func`. + */ + function apply(func, thisArg, args) { + switch (args.length) { + case 0: return func.call(thisArg); + case 1: return func.call(thisArg, args[0]); + case 2: return func.call(thisArg, args[0], args[1]); + case 3: return func.call(thisArg, args[0], args[1], args[2]); + } + return func.apply(thisArg, args); + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `baseAggregator` for arrays. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} [array] The array to iterate over. + * @param {Function} setter The function to set `accumulator` values. + * @param {Function} iteratee The iteratee to transform keys. + * @param {Object} accumulator The initial aggregated object. + * @returns {Function} Returns `accumulator`. + */ + function arrayAggregator(array, setter, iteratee, accumulator) { + var index = -1, + length = array ? array.length : 0; + + while (++index < length) { + var value = array[index]; + setter(accumulator, value, iteratee(value), array); + } + return accumulator; + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `_.forEach` for arrays without support for + * iteratee shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} [array] The array to iterate over. + * @param {Function} iteratee The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {Array} Returns `array`. + */ + function arrayEach(array, iteratee) { + var index = -1, + length = array ? array.length : 0; + + while (++index < length) { + if (iteratee(array[index], index, array) === false) { + break; + } + } + return array; + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `_.forEachRight` for arrays without support for + * iteratee shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} [array] The array to iterate over. + * @param {Function} iteratee The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {Array} Returns `array`. + */ + function arrayEachRight(array, iteratee) { + var length = array ? array.length : 0; + + while (length--) { + if (iteratee(array[length], length, array) === false) { + break; + } + } + return array; + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `_.every` for arrays without support for + * iteratee shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} [array] The array to iterate over. + * @param {Function} predicate The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if all elements pass the predicate check, + * else `false`. + */ + function arrayEvery(array, predicate) { + var index = -1, + length = array ? array.length : 0; + + while (++index < length) { + if (!predicate(array[index], index, array)) { + return false; + } + } + return true; + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `_.filter` for arrays without support for + * iteratee shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} [array] The array to iterate over. + * @param {Function} predicate The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new filtered array. + */ + function arrayFilter(array, predicate) { + var index = -1, + length = array ? array.length : 0, + resIndex = 0, + result = []; + + while (++index < length) { + var value = array[index]; + if (predicate(value, index, array)) { + result[resIndex++] = value; + } + } + return result; + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `_.includes` for arrays without support for + * specifying an index to search from. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} [array] The array to inspect. + * @param {*} target The value to search for. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `target` is found, else `false`. + */ + function arrayIncludes(array, value) { + var length = array ? array.length : 0; + return !!length && baseIndexOf(array, value, 0) > -1; + } + + /** + * This function is like `arrayIncludes` except that it accepts a comparator. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} [array] The array to inspect. + * @param {*} target The value to search for. + * @param {Function} comparator The comparator invoked per element. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `target` is found, else `false`. + */ + function arrayIncludesWith(array, value, comparator) { + var index = -1, + length = array ? array.length : 0; + + while (++index < length) { + if (comparator(value, array[index])) { + return true; + } + } + return false; + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `_.map` for arrays without support for iteratee + * shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} [array] The array to iterate over. + * @param {Function} iteratee The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new mapped array. + */ + function arrayMap(array, iteratee) { + var index = -1, + length = array ? array.length : 0, + result = Array(length); + + while (++index < length) { + result[index] = iteratee(array[index], index, array); + } + return result; + } + + /** + * Appends the elements of `values` to `array`. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to modify. + * @param {Array} values The values to append. + * @returns {Array} Returns `array`. + */ + function arrayPush(array, values) { + var index = -1, + length = values.length, + offset = array.length; + + while (++index < length) { + array[offset + index] = values[index]; + } + return array; + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `_.reduce` for arrays without support for + * iteratee shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} [array] The array to iterate over. + * @param {Function} iteratee The function invoked per iteration. + * @param {*} [accumulator] The initial value. + * @param {boolean} [initAccum] Specify using the first element of `array` as + * the initial value. + * @returns {*} Returns the accumulated value. + */ + function arrayReduce(array, iteratee, accumulator, initAccum) { + var index = -1, + length = array ? array.length : 0; + + if (initAccum && length) { + accumulator = array[++index]; + } + while (++index < length) { + accumulator = iteratee(accumulator, array[index], index, array); + } + return accumulator; + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `_.reduceRight` for arrays without support for + * iteratee shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} [array] The array to iterate over. + * @param {Function} iteratee The function invoked per iteration. + * @param {*} [accumulator] The initial value. + * @param {boolean} [initAccum] Specify using the last element of `array` as + * the initial value. + * @returns {*} Returns the accumulated value. + */ + function arrayReduceRight(array, iteratee, accumulator, initAccum) { + var length = array ? array.length : 0; + if (initAccum && length) { + accumulator = array[--length]; + } + while (length--) { + accumulator = iteratee(accumulator, array[length], length, array); + } + return accumulator; + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `_.some` for arrays without support for iteratee + * shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} [array] The array to iterate over. + * @param {Function} predicate The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if any element passes the predicate check, + * else `false`. + */ + function arraySome(array, predicate) { + var index = -1, + length = array ? array.length : 0; + + while (++index < length) { + if (predicate(array[index], index, array)) { + return true; + } + } + return false; + } + + /** + * Gets the size of an ASCII `string`. + * + * @private + * @param {string} string The string inspect. + * @returns {number} Returns the string size. + */ + var asciiSize = baseProperty('length'); + + /** + * Converts an ASCII `string` to an array. + * + * @private + * @param {string} string The string to convert. + * @returns {Array} Returns the converted array. + */ + function asciiToArray(string) { + return string.split(''); + } + + /** + * Splits an ASCII `string` into an array of its words. + * + * @private + * @param {string} The string to inspect. + * @returns {Array} Returns the words of `string`. + */ + function asciiWords(string) { + return string.match(reAsciiWord) || []; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of methods like `_.findKey` and `_.findLastKey`, + * without support for iteratee shorthands, which iterates over `collection` + * using `eachFunc`. + * + * @private + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to inspect. + * @param {Function} predicate The function invoked per iteration. + * @param {Function} eachFunc The function to iterate over `collection`. + * @returns {*} Returns the found element or its key, else `undefined`. + */ + function baseFindKey(collection, predicate, eachFunc) { + var result; + eachFunc(collection, function(value, key, collection) { + if (predicate(value, key, collection)) { + result = key; + return false; + } + }); + return result; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.findIndex` and `_.findLastIndex` without + * support for iteratee shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to inspect. + * @param {Function} predicate The function invoked per iteration. + * @param {number} fromIndex The index to search from. + * @param {boolean} [fromRight] Specify iterating from right to left. + * @returns {number} Returns the index of the matched value, else `-1`. + */ + function baseFindIndex(array, predicate, fromIndex, fromRight) { + var length = array.length, + index = fromIndex + (fromRight ? 1 : -1); + + while ((fromRight ? index-- : ++index < length)) { + if (predicate(array[index], index, array)) { + return index; + } + } + return -1; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.indexOf` without `fromIndex` bounds checks. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to inspect. + * @param {*} value The value to search for. + * @param {number} fromIndex The index to search from. + * @returns {number} Returns the index of the matched value, else `-1`. + */ + function baseIndexOf(array, value, fromIndex) { + return value === value + ? strictIndexOf(array, value, fromIndex) + : baseFindIndex(array, baseIsNaN, fromIndex); + } + + /** + * This function is like `baseIndexOf` except that it accepts a comparator. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to inspect. + * @param {*} value The value to search for. + * @param {number} fromIndex The index to search from. + * @param {Function} comparator The comparator invoked per element. + * @returns {number} Returns the index of the matched value, else `-1`. + */ + function baseIndexOfWith(array, value, fromIndex, comparator) { + var index = fromIndex - 1, + length = array.length; + + while (++index < length) { + if (comparator(array[index], value)) { + return index; + } + } + return -1; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.isNaN` without support for number objects. + * + * @private + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is `NaN`, else `false`. + */ + function baseIsNaN(value) { + return value !== value; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.mean` and `_.meanBy` without support for + * iteratee shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to iterate over. + * @param {Function} iteratee The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {number} Returns the mean. + */ + function baseMean(array, iteratee) { + var length = array ? array.length : 0; + return length ? (baseSum(array, iteratee) / length) : NAN; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.property` without support for deep paths. + * + * @private + * @param {string} key The key of the property to get. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new accessor function. + */ + function baseProperty(key) { + return function(object) { + return object == null ? undefined : object[key]; + }; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.propertyOf` without support for deep paths. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to query. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new accessor function. + */ + function basePropertyOf(object) { + return function(key) { + return object == null ? undefined : object[key]; + }; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.reduce` and `_.reduceRight`, without support + * for iteratee shorthands, which iterates over `collection` using `eachFunc`. + * + * @private + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to iterate over. + * @param {Function} iteratee The function invoked per iteration. + * @param {*} accumulator The initial value. + * @param {boolean} initAccum Specify using the first or last element of + * `collection` as the initial value. + * @param {Function} eachFunc The function to iterate over `collection`. + * @returns {*} Returns the accumulated value. + */ + function baseReduce(collection, iteratee, accumulator, initAccum, eachFunc) { + eachFunc(collection, function(value, index, collection) { + accumulator = initAccum + ? (initAccum = false, value) + : iteratee(accumulator, value, index, collection); + }); + return accumulator; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.sortBy` which uses `comparer` to define the + * sort order of `array` and replaces criteria objects with their corresponding + * values. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to sort. + * @param {Function} comparer The function to define sort order. + * @returns {Array} Returns `array`. + */ + function baseSortBy(array, comparer) { + var length = array.length; + + array.sort(comparer); + while (length--) { + array[length] = array[length].value; + } + return array; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.sum` and `_.sumBy` without support for + * iteratee shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to iterate over. + * @param {Function} iteratee The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {number} Returns the sum. + */ + function baseSum(array, iteratee) { + var result, + index = -1, + length = array.length; + + while (++index < length) { + var current = iteratee(array[index]); + if (current !== undefined) { + result = result === undefined ? current : (result + current); + } + } + return result; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.times` without support for iteratee shorthands + * or max array length checks. + * + * @private + * @param {number} n The number of times to invoke `iteratee`. + * @param {Function} iteratee The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {Array} Returns the array of results. + */ + function baseTimes(n, iteratee) { + var index = -1, + result = Array(n); + + while (++index < n) { + result[index] = iteratee(index); + } + return result; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.toPairs` and `_.toPairsIn` which creates an array + * of key-value pairs for `object` corresponding to the property names of `props`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to query. + * @param {Array} props The property names to get values for. + * @returns {Object} Returns the key-value pairs. + */ + function baseToPairs(object, props) { + return arrayMap(props, function(key) { + return [key, object[key]]; + }); + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.unary` without support for storing metadata. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} func The function to cap arguments for. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new capped function. + */ + function baseUnary(func) { + return function(value) { + return func(value); + }; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.values` and `_.valuesIn` which creates an + * array of `object` property values corresponding to the property names + * of `props`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to query. + * @param {Array} props The property names to get values for. + * @returns {Object} Returns the array of property values. + */ + function baseValues(object, props) { + return arrayMap(props, function(key) { + return object[key]; + }); + } + + /** + * Checks if a `cache` value for `key` exists. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} cache The cache to query. + * @param {string} key The key of the entry to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if an entry for `key` exists, else `false`. + */ + function cacheHas(cache, key) { + return cache.has(key); + } + + /** + * Used by `_.trim` and `_.trimStart` to get the index of the first string symbol + * that is not found in the character symbols. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} strSymbols The string symbols to inspect. + * @param {Array} chrSymbols The character symbols to find. + * @returns {number} Returns the index of the first unmatched string symbol. + */ + function charsStartIndex(strSymbols, chrSymbols) { + var index = -1, + length = strSymbols.length; + + while (++index < length && baseIndexOf(chrSymbols, strSymbols[index], 0) > -1) {} + return index; + } + + /** + * Used by `_.trim` and `_.trimEnd` to get the index of the last string symbol + * that is not found in the character symbols. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} strSymbols The string symbols to inspect. + * @param {Array} chrSymbols The character symbols to find. + * @returns {number} Returns the index of the last unmatched string symbol. + */ + function charsEndIndex(strSymbols, chrSymbols) { + var index = strSymbols.length; + + while (index-- && baseIndexOf(chrSymbols, strSymbols[index], 0) > -1) {} + return index; + } + + /** + * Gets the number of `placeholder` occurrences in `array`. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to inspect. + * @param {*} placeholder The placeholder to search for. + * @returns {number} Returns the placeholder count. + */ + function countHolders(array, placeholder) { + var length = array.length, + result = 0; + + while (length--) { + if (array[length] === placeholder) { + ++result; + } + } + return result; + } + + /** + * Used by `_.deburr` to convert Latin-1 Supplement and Latin Extended-A + * letters to basic Latin letters. + * + * @private + * @param {string} letter The matched letter to deburr. + * @returns {string} Returns the deburred letter. + */ + var deburrLetter = basePropertyOf(deburredLetters); + + /** + * Used by `_.escape` to convert characters to HTML entities. + * + * @private + * @param {string} chr The matched character to escape. + * @returns {string} Returns the escaped character. + */ + var escapeHtmlChar = basePropertyOf(htmlEscapes); + + /** + * Used by `_.template` to escape characters for inclusion in compiled string literals. + * + * @private + * @param {string} chr The matched character to escape. + * @returns {string} Returns the escaped character. + */ + function escapeStringChar(chr) { + return '\\' + stringEscapes[chr]; + } + + /** + * Gets the value at `key` of `object`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} [object] The object to query. + * @param {string} key The key of the property to get. + * @returns {*} Returns the property value. + */ + function getValue(object, key) { + return object == null ? undefined : object[key]; + } + + /** + * Checks if `string` contains Unicode symbols. + * + * @private + * @param {string} string The string to inspect. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if a symbol is found, else `false`. + */ + function hasUnicode(string) { + return reHasUnicode.test(string); + } + + /** + * Checks if `string` contains a word composed of Unicode symbols. + * + * @private + * @param {string} string The string to inspect. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if a word is found, else `false`. + */ + function hasUnicodeWord(string) { + return reHasUnicodeWord.test(string); + } + + /** + * Converts `iterator` to an array. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} iterator The iterator to convert. + * @returns {Array} Returns the converted array. + */ + function iteratorToArray(iterator) { + var data, + result = []; + + while (!(data = iterator.next()).done) { + result.push(data.value); + } + return result; + } + + /** + * Converts `map` to its key-value pairs. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} map The map to convert. + * @returns {Array} Returns the key-value pairs. + */ + function mapToArray(map) { + var index = -1, + result = Array(map.size); + + map.forEach(function(value, key) { + result[++index] = [key, value]; + }); + return result; + } + + /** + * Creates a unary function that invokes `func` with its argument transformed. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} func The function to wrap. + * @param {Function} transform The argument transform. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new function. + */ + function overArg(func, transform) { + return function(arg) { + return func(transform(arg)); + }; + } + + /** + * Replaces all `placeholder` elements in `array` with an internal placeholder + * and returns an array of their indexes. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to modify. + * @param {*} placeholder The placeholder to replace. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new array of placeholder indexes. + */ + function replaceHolders(array, placeholder) { + var index = -1, + length = array.length, + resIndex = 0, + result = []; + + while (++index < length) { + var value = array[index]; + if (value === placeholder || value === PLACEHOLDER) { + array[index] = PLACEHOLDER; + result[resIndex++] = index; + } + } + return result; + } + + /** + * Converts `set` to an array of its values. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} set The set to convert. + * @returns {Array} Returns the values. + */ + function setToArray(set) { + var index = -1, + result = Array(set.size); + + set.forEach(function(value) { + result[++index] = value; + }); + return result; + } + + /** + * Converts `set` to its value-value pairs. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} set The set to convert. + * @returns {Array} Returns the value-value pairs. + */ + function setToPairs(set) { + var index = -1, + result = Array(set.size); + + set.forEach(function(value) { + result[++index] = [value, value]; + }); + return result; + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `_.indexOf` which performs strict equality + * comparisons of values, i.e. `===`. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to inspect. + * @param {*} value The value to search for. + * @param {number} fromIndex The index to search from. + * @returns {number} Returns the index of the matched value, else `-1`. + */ + function strictIndexOf(array, value, fromIndex) { + var index = fromIndex - 1, + length = array.length; + + while (++index < length) { + if (array[index] === value) { + return index; + } + } + return -1; + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `_.lastIndexOf` which performs strict equality + * comparisons of values, i.e. `===`. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to inspect. + * @param {*} value The value to search for. + * @param {number} fromIndex The index to search from. + * @returns {number} Returns the index of the matched value, else `-1`. + */ + function strictLastIndexOf(array, value, fromIndex) { + var index = fromIndex + 1; + while (index--) { + if (array[index] === value) { + return index; + } + } + return index; + } + + /** + * Gets the number of symbols in `string`. + * + * @private + * @param {string} string The string to inspect. + * @returns {number} Returns the string size. + */ + function stringSize(string) { + return hasUnicode(string) + ? unicodeSize(string) + : asciiSize(string); + } + + /** + * Converts `string` to an array. + * + * @private + * @param {string} string The string to convert. + * @returns {Array} Returns the converted array. + */ + function stringToArray(string) { + return hasUnicode(string) + ? unicodeToArray(string) + : asciiToArray(string); + } + + /** + * Used by `_.unescape` to convert HTML entities to characters. + * + * @private + * @param {string} chr The matched character to unescape. + * @returns {string} Returns the unescaped character. + */ + var unescapeHtmlChar = basePropertyOf(htmlUnescapes); + + /** + * Gets the size of a Unicode `string`. + * + * @private + * @param {string} string The string inspect. + * @returns {number} Returns the string size. + */ + function unicodeSize(string) { + var result = reUnicode.lastIndex = 0; + while (reUnicode.test(string)) { + ++result; + } + return result; + } + + /** + * Converts a Unicode `string` to an array. + * + * @private + * @param {string} string The string to convert. + * @returns {Array} Returns the converted array. + */ + function unicodeToArray(string) { + return string.match(reUnicode) || []; + } + + /** + * Splits a Unicode `string` into an array of its words. + * + * @private + * @param {string} The string to inspect. + * @returns {Array} Returns the words of `string`. + */ + function unicodeWords(string) { + return string.match(reUnicodeWord) || []; + } + + /*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/ + + /** + * Create a new pristine `lodash` function using the `context` object. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 1.1.0 + * @category Util + * @param {Object} [context=root] The context object. + * @returns {Function} Returns a new `lodash` function. + * @example + * + * _.mixin({ 'foo': _.constant('foo') }); + * + * var lodash = _.runInContext(); + * lodash.mixin({ 'bar': lodash.constant('bar') }); + * + * _.isFunction(_.foo); + * // => true + * _.isFunction(_.bar); + * // => false + * + * lodash.isFunction(lodash.foo); + * // => false + * lodash.isFunction(lodash.bar); + * // => true + * + * // Create a suped-up `defer` in Node.js. + * var defer = _.runInContext({ 'setTimeout': setImmediate }).defer; + */ + function runInContext(context) { + context = context ? _.defaults(root.Object(), context, _.pick(root, contextProps)) : root; + + /** Built-in constructor references. */ + var Array = context.Array, + Date = context.Date, + Error = context.Error, + Function = context.Function, + Math = context.Math, + Object = context.Object, + RegExp = context.RegExp, + String = context.String, + TypeError = context.TypeError; + + /** Used for built-in method references. */ + var arrayProto = Array.prototype, + funcProto = Function.prototype, + objectProto = Object.prototype; + + /** Used to detect overreaching core-js shims. */ + var coreJsData = context['__core-js_shared__']; + + /** Used to detect methods masquerading as native. */ + var maskSrcKey = (function() { + var uid = /[^.]+$/.exec(coreJsData && coreJsData.keys && coreJsData.keys.IE_PROTO || ''); + return uid ? ('Symbol(src)_1.' + uid) : ''; + }()); + + /** Used to resolve the decompiled source of functions. */ + var funcToString = funcProto.toString; + + /** Used to check objects for own properties. */ + var hasOwnProperty = objectProto.hasOwnProperty; + + /** Used to generate unique IDs. */ + var idCounter = 0; + + /** Used to infer the `Object` constructor. */ + var objectCtorString = funcToString.call(Object); + + /** + * Used to resolve the + * [`toStringTag`](http://ecma-international.org/ecma-262/7.0/#sec-object.prototype.tostring) + * of values. + */ + var objectToString = objectProto.toString; + + /** Used to restore the original `_` reference in `_.noConflict`. */ + var oldDash = root._; + + /** Used to detect if a method is native. */ + var reIsNative = RegExp('^' + + funcToString.call(hasOwnProperty).replace(reRegExpChar, '\\$&') + .replace(/hasOwnProperty|(function).*?(?=\\\()| for .+?(?=\\\])/g, '$1.*?') + '$' + ); + + /** Built-in value references. */ + var Buffer = moduleExports ? context.Buffer : undefined, + Symbol = context.Symbol, + Uint8Array = context.Uint8Array, + defineProperty = Object.defineProperty, + getPrototype = overArg(Object.getPrototypeOf, Object), + iteratorSymbol = Symbol ? Symbol.iterator : undefined, + objectCreate = Object.create, + propertyIsEnumerable = objectProto.propertyIsEnumerable, + splice = arrayProto.splice, + spreadableSymbol = Symbol ? Symbol.isConcatSpreadable : undefined; + + /** Mocked built-ins. */ + var ctxClearTimeout = context.clearTimeout !== root.clearTimeout && context.clearTimeout, + ctxNow = Date && Date.now !== root.Date.now && Date.now, + ctxSetTimeout = context.setTimeout !== root.setTimeout && context.setTimeout; + + /* Built-in method references for those with the same name as other `lodash` methods. */ + var nativeCeil = Math.ceil, + nativeFloor = Math.floor, + nativeGetSymbols = Object.getOwnPropertySymbols, + nativeIsBuffer = Buffer ? Buffer.isBuffer : undefined, + nativeIsFinite = context.isFinite, + nativeJoin = arrayProto.join, + nativeKeys = overArg(Object.keys, Object), + nativeMax = Math.max, + nativeMin = Math.min, + nativeNow = Date.now, + nativeParseInt = context.parseInt, + nativeRandom = Math.random, + nativeReverse = arrayProto.reverse; + + /* Built-in method references that are verified to be native. */ + var DataView = getNative(context, 'DataView'), + Map = getNative(context, 'Map'), + Promise = getNative(context, 'Promise'), + Set = getNative(context, 'Set'), + WeakMap = getNative(context, 'WeakMap'), + nativeCreate = getNative(Object, 'create'), + nativeDefineProperty = getNative(Object, 'defineProperty'); + + /** Used to store function metadata. */ + var metaMap = WeakMap && new WeakMap; + + /** Used to lookup unminified function names. */ + var realNames = {}; + + /** Used to detect maps, sets, and weakmaps. */ + var dataViewCtorString = toSource(DataView), + mapCtorString = toSource(Map), + promiseCtorString = toSource(Promise), + setCtorString = toSource(Set), + weakMapCtorString = toSource(WeakMap); + + /** Used to convert symbols to primitives and strings. */ + var symbolProto = Symbol ? Symbol.prototype : undefined, + symbolValueOf = symbolProto ? symbolProto.valueOf : undefined, + symbolToString = symbolProto ? symbolProto.toString : undefined; + + /*------------------------------------------------------------------------*/ + + /** + * Creates a `lodash` object which wraps `value` to enable implicit method + * chain sequences. Methods that operate on and return arrays, collections, + * and functions can be chained together. Methods that retrieve a single value + * or may return a primitive value will automatically end the chain sequence + * and return the unwrapped value. Otherwise, the value must be unwrapped + * with `_#value`. + * + * Explicit chain sequences, which must be unwrapped with `_#value`, may be + * enabled using `_.chain`. + * + * The execution of chained methods is lazy, that is, it's deferred until + * `_#value` is implicitly or explicitly called. + * + * Lazy evaluation allows several methods to support shortcut fusion. + * Shortcut fusion is an optimization to merge iteratee calls; this avoids + * the creation of intermediate arrays and can greatly reduce the number of + * iteratee executions. Sections of a chain sequence qualify for shortcut + * fusion if the section is applied to an array of at least `200` elements + * and any iteratees accept only one argument. The heuristic for whether a + * section qualifies for shortcut fusion is subject to change. + * + * Chaining is supported in custom builds as long as the `_#value` method is + * directly or indirectly included in the build. + * + * In addition to lodash methods, wrappers have `Array` and `String` methods. + * + * The wrapper `Array` methods are: + * `concat`, `join`, `pop`, `push`, `shift`, `sort`, `splice`, and `unshift` + * + * The wrapper `String` methods are: + * `replace` and `split` + * + * The wrapper methods that support shortcut fusion are: + * `at`, `compact`, `drop`, `dropRight`, `dropWhile`, `filter`, `find`, + * `findLast`, `head`, `initial`, `last`, `map`, `reject`, `reverse`, `slice`, + * `tail`, `take`, `takeRight`, `takeRightWhile`, `takeWhile`, and `toArray` + * + * The chainable wrapper methods are: + * `after`, `ary`, `assign`, `assignIn`, `assignInWith`, `assignWith`, `at`, + * `before`, `bind`, `bindAll`, `bindKey`, `castArray`, `chain`, `chunk`, + * `commit`, `compact`, `concat`, `conforms`, `constant`, `countBy`, `create`, + * `curry`, `debounce`, `defaults`, `defaultsDeep`, `defer`, `delay`, + * `difference`, `differenceBy`, `differenceWith`, `drop`, `dropRight`, + * `dropRightWhile`, `dropWhile`, `extend`, `extendWith`, `fill`, `filter`, + * `flatMap`, `flatMapDeep`, `flatMapDepth`, `flatten`, `flattenDeep`, + * `flattenDepth`, `flip`, `flow`, `flowRight`, `fromPairs`, `functions`, + * `functionsIn`, `groupBy`, `initial`, `intersection`, `intersectionBy`, + * `intersectionWith`, `invert`, `invertBy`, `invokeMap`, `iteratee`, `keyBy`, + * `keys`, `keysIn`, `map`, `mapKeys`, `mapValues`, `matches`, `matchesProperty`, + * `memoize`, `merge`, `mergeWith`, `method`, `methodOf`, `mixin`, `negate`, + * `nthArg`, `omit`, `omitBy`, `once`, `orderBy`, `over`, `overArgs`, + * `overEvery`, `overSome`, `partial`, `partialRight`, `partition`, `pick`, + * `pickBy`, `plant`, `property`, `propertyOf`, `pull`, `pullAll`, `pullAllBy`, + * `pullAllWith`, `pullAt`, `push`, `range`, `rangeRight`, `rearg`, `reject`, + * `remove`, `rest`, `reverse`, `sampleSize`, `set`, `setWith`, `shuffle`, + * `slice`, `sort`, `sortBy`, `splice`, `spread`, `tail`, `take`, `takeRight`, + * `takeRightWhile`, `takeWhile`, `tap`, `throttle`, `thru`, `toArray`, + * `toPairs`, `toPairsIn`, `toPath`, `toPlainObject`, `transform`, `unary`, + * `union`, `unionBy`, `unionWith`, `uniq`, `uniqBy`, `uniqWith`, `unset`, + * `unshift`, `unzip`, `unzipWith`, `update`, `updateWith`, `values`, + * `valuesIn`, `without`, `wrap`, `xor`, `xorBy`, `xorWith`, `zip`, + * `zipObject`, `zipObjectDeep`, and `zipWith` + * + * The wrapper methods that are **not** chainable by default are: + * `add`, `attempt`, `camelCase`, `capitalize`, `ceil`, `clamp`, `clone`, + * `cloneDeep`, `cloneDeepWith`, `cloneWith`, `conformsTo`, `deburr`, + * `defaultTo`, `divide`, `each`, `eachRight`, `endsWith`, `eq`, `escape`, + * `escapeRegExp`, `every`, `find`, `findIndex`, `findKey`, `findLast`, + * `findLastIndex`, `findLastKey`, `first`, `floor`, `forEach`, `forEachRight`, + * `forIn`, `forInRight`, `forOwn`, `forOwnRight`, `get`, `gt`, `gte`, `has`, + * `hasIn`, `head`, `identity`, `includes`, `indexOf`, `inRange`, `invoke`, + * `isArguments`, `isArray`, `isArrayBuffer`, `isArrayLike`, `isArrayLikeObject`, + * `isBoolean`, `isBuffer`, `isDate`, `isElement`, `isEmpty`, `isEqual`, + * `isEqualWith`, `isError`, `isFinite`, `isFunction`, `isInteger`, `isLength`, + * `isMap`, `isMatch`, `isMatchWith`, `isNaN`, `isNative`, `isNil`, `isNull`, + * `isNumber`, `isObject`, `isObjectLike`, `isPlainObject`, `isRegExp`, + * `isSafeInteger`, `isSet`, `isString`, `isUndefined`, `isTypedArray`, + * `isWeakMap`, `isWeakSet`, `join`, `kebabCase`, `last`, `lastIndexOf`, + * `lowerCase`, `lowerFirst`, `lt`, `lte`, `max`, `maxBy`, `mean`, `meanBy`, + * `min`, `minBy`, `multiply`, `noConflict`, `noop`, `now`, `nth`, `pad`, + * `padEnd`, `padStart`, `parseInt`, `pop`, `random`, `reduce`, `reduceRight`, + * `repeat`, `result`, `round`, `runInContext`, `sample`, `shift`, `size`, + * `snakeCase`, `some`, `sortedIndex`, `sortedIndexBy`, `sortedLastIndex`, + * `sortedLastIndexBy`, `startCase`, `startsWith`, `stubArray`, `stubFalse`, + * `stubObject`, `stubString`, `stubTrue`, `subtract`, `sum`, `sumBy`, + * `template`, `times`, `toFinite`, `toInteger`, `toJSON`, `toLength`, + * `toLower`, `toNumber`, `toSafeInteger`, `toString`, `toUpper`, `trim`, + * `trimEnd`, `trimStart`, `truncate`, `unescape`, `uniqueId`, `upperCase`, + * `upperFirst`, `value`, and `words` + * + * @name _ + * @constructor + * @category Seq + * @param {*} value The value to wrap in a `lodash` instance. + * @returns {Object} Returns the new `lodash` wrapper instance. + * @example + * + * function square(n) { + * return n * n; + * } + * + * var wrapped = _([1, 2, 3]); + * + * // Returns an unwrapped value. + * wrapped.reduce(_.add); + * // => 6 + * + * // Returns a wrapped value. + * var squares = wrapped.map(square); + * + * _.isArray(squares); + * // => false + * + * _.isArray(squares.value()); + * // => true + */ + function lodash(value) { + if (isObjectLike(value) && !isArray(value) && !(value instanceof LazyWrapper)) { + if (value instanceof LodashWrapper) { + return value; + } + if (hasOwnProperty.call(value, '__wrapped__')) { + return wrapperClone(value); + } + } + return new LodashWrapper(value); + } + + /** + * The function whose prototype chain sequence wrappers inherit from. + * + * @private + */ + function baseLodash() { + // No operation performed. + } + + /** + * The base constructor for creating `lodash` wrapper objects. + * + * @private + * @param {*} value The value to wrap. + * @param {boolean} [chainAll] Enable explicit method chain sequences. + */ + function LodashWrapper(value, chainAll) { + this.__wrapped__ = value; + this.__actions__ = []; + this.__chain__ = !!chainAll; + this.__index__ = 0; + this.__values__ = undefined; + } + + /** + * By default, the template delimiters used by lodash are like those in + * embedded Ruby (ERB). Change the following template settings to use + * alternative delimiters. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @type {Object} + */ + lodash.templateSettings = { + + /** + * Used to detect `data` property values to be HTML-escaped. + * + * @memberOf _.templateSettings + * @type {RegExp} + */ + 'escape': reEscape, + + /** + * Used to detect code to be evaluated. + * + * @memberOf _.templateSettings + * @type {RegExp} + */ + 'evaluate': reEvaluate, + + /** + * Used to detect `data` property values to inject. + * + * @memberOf _.templateSettings + * @type {RegExp} + */ + 'interpolate': reInterpolate, + + /** + * Used to reference the data object in the template text. + * + * @memberOf _.templateSettings + * @type {string} + */ + 'variable': '', + + /** + * Used to import variables into the compiled template. + * + * @memberOf _.templateSettings + * @type {Object} + */ + 'imports': { + + /** + * A reference to the `lodash` function. + * + * @memberOf _.templateSettings.imports + * @type {Function} + */ + '_': lodash + } + }; + + // Ensure wrappers are instances of `baseLodash`. + lodash.prototype = baseLodash.prototype; + lodash.prototype.constructor = lodash; + + LodashWrapper.prototype = baseCreate(baseLodash.prototype); + LodashWrapper.prototype.constructor = LodashWrapper; + + /*------------------------------------------------------------------------*/ + + /** + * Creates a lazy wrapper object which wraps `value` to enable lazy evaluation. + * + * @private + * @constructor + * @param {*} value The value to wrap. + */ + function LazyWrapper(value) { + this.__wrapped__ = value; + this.__actions__ = []; + this.__dir__ = 1; + this.__filtered__ = false; + this.__iteratees__ = []; + this.__takeCount__ = MAX_ARRAY_LENGTH; + this.__views__ = []; + } + + /** + * Creates a clone of the lazy wrapper object. + * + * @private + * @name clone + * @memberOf LazyWrapper + * @returns {Object} Returns the cloned `LazyWrapper` object. + */ + function lazyClone() { + var result = new LazyWrapper(this.__wrapped__); + result.__actions__ = copyArray(this.__actions__); + result.__dir__ = this.__dir__; + result.__filtered__ = this.__filtered__; + result.__iteratees__ = copyArray(this.__iteratees__); + result.__takeCount__ = this.__takeCount__; + result.__views__ = copyArray(this.__views__); + return result; + } + + /** + * Reverses the direction of lazy iteration. + * + * @private + * @name reverse + * @memberOf LazyWrapper + * @returns {Object} Returns the new reversed `LazyWrapper` object. + */ + function lazyReverse() { + if (this.__filtered__) { + var result = new LazyWrapper(this); + result.__dir__ = -1; + result.__filtered__ = true; + } else { + result = this.clone(); + result.__dir__ *= -1; + } + return result; + } + + /** + * Extracts the unwrapped value from its lazy wrapper. + * + * @private + * @name value + * @memberOf LazyWrapper + * @returns {*} Returns the unwrapped value. + */ + function lazyValue() { + var array = this.__wrapped__.value(), + dir = this.__dir__, + isArr = isArray(array), + isRight = dir < 0, + arrLength = isArr ? array.length : 0, + view = getView(0, arrLength, this.__views__), + start = view.start, + end = view.end, + length = end - start, + index = isRight ? end : (start - 1), + iteratees = this.__iteratees__, + iterLength = iteratees.length, + resIndex = 0, + takeCount = nativeMin(length, this.__takeCount__); + + if (!isArr || arrLength < LARGE_ARRAY_SIZE || + (arrLength == length && takeCount == length)) { + return baseWrapperValue(array, this.__actions__); + } + var result = []; + + outer: + while (length-- && resIndex < takeCount) { + index += dir; + + var iterIndex = -1, + value = array[index]; + + while (++iterIndex < iterLength) { + var data = iteratees[iterIndex], + iteratee = data.iteratee, + type = data.type, + computed = iteratee(value); + + if (type == LAZY_MAP_FLAG) { + value = computed; + } else if (!computed) { + if (type == LAZY_FILTER_FLAG) { + continue outer; + } else { + break outer; + } + } + } + result[resIndex++] = value; + } + return result; + } + + // Ensure `LazyWrapper` is an instance of `baseLodash`. + LazyWrapper.prototype = baseCreate(baseLodash.prototype); + LazyWrapper.prototype.constructor = LazyWrapper; + + /*------------------------------------------------------------------------*/ + + /** + * Creates a hash object. + * + * @private + * @constructor + * @param {Array} [entries] The key-value pairs to cache. + */ + function Hash(entries) { + var index = -1, + length = entries ? entries.length : 0; + + this.clear(); + while (++index < length) { + var entry = entries[index]; + this.set(entry[0], entry[1]); + } + } + + /** + * Removes all key-value entries from the hash. + * + * @private + * @name clear + * @memberOf Hash + */ + function hashClear() { + this.__data__ = nativeCreate ? nativeCreate(null) : {}; + this.size = 0; + } + + /** + * Removes `key` and its value from the hash. + * + * @private + * @name delete + * @memberOf Hash + * @param {Object} hash The hash to modify. + * @param {string} key The key of the value to remove. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if the entry was removed, else `false`. + */ + function hashDelete(key) { + var result = this.has(key) && delete this.__data__[key]; + this.size -= result ? 1 : 0; + return result; + } + + /** + * Gets the hash value for `key`. + * + * @private + * @name get + * @memberOf Hash + * @param {string} key The key of the value to get. + * @returns {*} Returns the entry value. + */ + function hashGet(key) { + var data = this.__data__; + if (nativeCreate) { + var result = data[key]; + return result === HASH_UNDEFINED ? undefined : result; + } + return hasOwnProperty.call(data, key) ? data[key] : undefined; + } + + /** + * Checks if a hash value for `key` exists. + * + * @private + * @name has + * @memberOf Hash + * @param {string} key The key of the entry to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if an entry for `key` exists, else `false`. + */ + function hashHas(key) { + var data = this.__data__; + return nativeCreate ? data[key] !== undefined : hasOwnProperty.call(data, key); + } + + /** + * Sets the hash `key` to `value`. + * + * @private + * @name set + * @memberOf Hash + * @param {string} key The key of the value to set. + * @param {*} value The value to set. + * @returns {Object} Returns the hash instance. + */ + function hashSet(key, value) { + var data = this.__data__; + this.size += this.has(key) ? 0 : 1; + data[key] = (nativeCreate && value === undefined) ? HASH_UNDEFINED : value; + return this; + } + + // Add methods to `Hash`. + Hash.prototype.clear = hashClear; + Hash.prototype['delete'] = hashDelete; + Hash.prototype.get = hashGet; + Hash.prototype.has = hashHas; + Hash.prototype.set = hashSet; + + /*------------------------------------------------------------------------*/ + + /** + * Creates an list cache object. + * + * @private + * @constructor + * @param {Array} [entries] The key-value pairs to cache. + */ + function ListCache(entries) { + var index = -1, + length = entries ? entries.length : 0; + + this.clear(); + while (++index < length) { + var entry = entries[index]; + this.set(entry[0], entry[1]); + } + } + + /** + * Removes all key-value entries from the list cache. + * + * @private + * @name clear + * @memberOf ListCache + */ + function listCacheClear() { + this.__data__ = []; + this.size = 0; + } + + /** + * Removes `key` and its value from the list cache. + * + * @private + * @name delete + * @memberOf ListCache + * @param {string} key The key of the value to remove. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if the entry was removed, else `false`. + */ + function listCacheDelete(key) { + var data = this.__data__, + index = assocIndexOf(data, key); + + if (index < 0) { + return false; + } + var lastIndex = data.length - 1; + if (index == lastIndex) { + data.pop(); + } else { + splice.call(data, index, 1); + } + --this.size; + return true; + } + + /** + * Gets the list cache value for `key`. + * + * @private + * @name get + * @memberOf ListCache + * @param {string} key The key of the value to get. + * @returns {*} Returns the entry value. + */ + function listCacheGet(key) { + var data = this.__data__, + index = assocIndexOf(data, key); + + return index < 0 ? undefined : data[index][1]; + } + + /** + * Checks if a list cache value for `key` exists. + * + * @private + * @name has + * @memberOf ListCache + * @param {string} key The key of the entry to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if an entry for `key` exists, else `false`. + */ + function listCacheHas(key) { + return assocIndexOf(this.__data__, key) > -1; + } + + /** + * Sets the list cache `key` to `value`. + * + * @private + * @name set + * @memberOf ListCache + * @param {string} key The key of the value to set. + * @param {*} value The value to set. + * @returns {Object} Returns the list cache instance. + */ + function listCacheSet(key, value) { + var data = this.__data__, + index = assocIndexOf(data, key); + + if (index < 0) { + ++this.size; + data.push([key, value]); + } else { + data[index][1] = value; + } + return this; + } + + // Add methods to `ListCache`. + ListCache.prototype.clear = listCacheClear; + ListCache.prototype['delete'] = listCacheDelete; + ListCache.prototype.get = listCacheGet; + ListCache.prototype.has = listCacheHas; + ListCache.prototype.set = listCacheSet; + + /*------------------------------------------------------------------------*/ + + /** + * Creates a map cache object to store key-value pairs. + * + * @private + * @constructor + * @param {Array} [entries] The key-value pairs to cache. + */ + function MapCache(entries) { + var index = -1, + length = entries ? entries.length : 0; + + this.clear(); + while (++index < length) { + var entry = entries[index]; + this.set(entry[0], entry[1]); + } + } + + /** + * Removes all key-value entries from the map. + * + * @private + * @name clear + * @memberOf MapCache + */ + function mapCacheClear() { + this.size = 0; + this.__data__ = { + 'hash': new Hash, + 'map': new (Map || ListCache), + 'string': new Hash + }; + } + + /** + * Removes `key` and its value from the map. + * + * @private + * @name delete + * @memberOf MapCache + * @param {string} key The key of the value to remove. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if the entry was removed, else `false`. + */ + function mapCacheDelete(key) { + var result = getMapData(this, key)['delete'](key); + this.size -= result ? 1 : 0; + return result; + } + + /** + * Gets the map value for `key`. + * + * @private + * @name get + * @memberOf MapCache + * @param {string} key The key of the value to get. + * @returns {*} Returns the entry value. + */ + function mapCacheGet(key) { + return getMapData(this, key).get(key); + } + + /** + * Checks if a map value for `key` exists. + * + * @private + * @name has + * @memberOf MapCache + * @param {string} key The key of the entry to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if an entry for `key` exists, else `false`. + */ + function mapCacheHas(key) { + return getMapData(this, key).has(key); + } + + /** + * Sets the map `key` to `value`. + * + * @private + * @name set + * @memberOf MapCache + * @param {string} key The key of the value to set. + * @param {*} value The value to set. + * @returns {Object} Returns the map cache instance. + */ + function mapCacheSet(key, value) { + var data = getMapData(this, key), + size = data.size; + + data.set(key, value); + this.size += data.size == size ? 0 : 1; + return this; + } + + // Add methods to `MapCache`. + MapCache.prototype.clear = mapCacheClear; + MapCache.prototype['delete'] = mapCacheDelete; + MapCache.prototype.get = mapCacheGet; + MapCache.prototype.has = mapCacheHas; + MapCache.prototype.set = mapCacheSet; + + /*------------------------------------------------------------------------*/ + + /** + * + * Creates an array cache object to store unique values. + * + * @private + * @constructor + * @param {Array} [values] The values to cache. + */ + function SetCache(values) { + var index = -1, + length = values ? values.length : 0; + + this.__data__ = new MapCache; + while (++index < length) { + this.add(values[index]); + } + } + + /** + * Adds `value` to the array cache. + * + * @private + * @name add + * @memberOf SetCache + * @alias push + * @param {*} value The value to cache. + * @returns {Object} Returns the cache instance. + */ + function setCacheAdd(value) { + this.__data__.set(value, HASH_UNDEFINED); + return this; + } + + /** + * Checks if `value` is in the array cache. + * + * @private + * @name has + * @memberOf SetCache + * @param {*} value The value to search for. + * @returns {number} Returns `true` if `value` is found, else `false`. + */ + function setCacheHas(value) { + return this.__data__.has(value); + } + + // Add methods to `SetCache`. + SetCache.prototype.add = SetCache.prototype.push = setCacheAdd; + SetCache.prototype.has = setCacheHas; + + /*------------------------------------------------------------------------*/ + + /** + * Creates a stack cache object to store key-value pairs. + * + * @private + * @constructor + * @param {Array} [entries] The key-value pairs to cache. + */ + function Stack(entries) { + var data = this.__data__ = new ListCache(entries); + this.size = data.size; + } + + /** + * Removes all key-value entries from the stack. + * + * @private + * @name clear + * @memberOf Stack + */ + function stackClear() { + this.__data__ = new ListCache; + this.size = 0; + } + + /** + * Removes `key` and its value from the stack. + * + * @private + * @name delete + * @memberOf Stack + * @param {string} key The key of the value to remove. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if the entry was removed, else `false`. + */ + function stackDelete(key) { + var data = this.__data__, + result = data['delete'](key); + + this.size = data.size; + return result; + } + + /** + * Gets the stack value for `key`. + * + * @private + * @name get + * @memberOf Stack + * @param {string} key The key of the value to get. + * @returns {*} Returns the entry value. + */ + function stackGet(key) { + return this.__data__.get(key); + } + + /** + * Checks if a stack value for `key` exists. + * + * @private + * @name has + * @memberOf Stack + * @param {string} key The key of the entry to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if an entry for `key` exists, else `false`. + */ + function stackHas(key) { + return this.__data__.has(key); + } + + /** + * Sets the stack `key` to `value`. + * + * @private + * @name set + * @memberOf Stack + * @param {string} key The key of the value to set. + * @param {*} value The value to set. + * @returns {Object} Returns the stack cache instance. + */ + function stackSet(key, value) { + var data = this.__data__; + if (data instanceof ListCache) { + var pairs = data.__data__; + if (!Map || (pairs.length < LARGE_ARRAY_SIZE - 1)) { + pairs.push([key, value]); + this.size = ++data.size; + return this; + } + data = this.__data__ = new MapCache(pairs); + } + data.set(key, value); + this.size = data.size; + return this; + } + + // Add methods to `Stack`. + Stack.prototype.clear = stackClear; + Stack.prototype['delete'] = stackDelete; + Stack.prototype.get = stackGet; + Stack.prototype.has = stackHas; + Stack.prototype.set = stackSet; + + /*------------------------------------------------------------------------*/ + + /** + * Creates an array of the enumerable property names of the array-like `value`. + * + * @private + * @param {*} value The value to query. + * @param {boolean} inherited Specify returning inherited property names. + * @returns {Array} Returns the array of property names. + */ + function arrayLikeKeys(value, inherited) { + // Safari 8.1 makes `arguments.callee` enumerable in strict mode. + // Safari 9 makes `arguments.length` enumerable in strict mode. + var result = (isArray(value) || isArguments(value)) + ? baseTimes(value.length, String) + : []; + + var length = result.length, + skipIndexes = !!length; + + for (var key in value) { + if ((inherited || hasOwnProperty.call(value, key)) && + !(skipIndexes && (key == 'length' || isIndex(key, length)))) { + result.push(key); + } + } + return result; + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `_.sample` for arrays without support for iteratee + * shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to sample. + * @returns {*} Returns the random element. + */ + function arraySample(array) { + var length = array.length; + return length ? array[baseRandom(0, length - 1)] : undefined; + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `_.sampleSize` for arrays. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to sample. + * @param {number} n The number of elements to sample. + * @returns {Array} Returns the random elements. + */ + function arraySampleSize(array, n) { + var result = arrayShuffle(array); + result.length = baseClamp(n, 0, result.length); + return result; + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `_.shuffle` for arrays. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to shuffle. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new shuffled array. + */ + function arrayShuffle(array) { + return shuffleSelf(copyArray(array)); + } + + /** + * Used by `_.defaults` to customize its `_.assignIn` use. + * + * @private + * @param {*} objValue The destination value. + * @param {*} srcValue The source value. + * @param {string} key The key of the property to assign. + * @param {Object} object The parent object of `objValue`. + * @returns {*} Returns the value to assign. + */ + function assignInDefaults(objValue, srcValue, key, object) { + if (objValue === undefined || + (eq(objValue, objectProto[key]) && !hasOwnProperty.call(object, key))) { + return srcValue; + } + return objValue; + } + + /** + * This function is like `assignValue` except that it doesn't assign + * `undefined` values. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to modify. + * @param {string} key The key of the property to assign. + * @param {*} value The value to assign. + */ + function assignMergeValue(object, key, value) { + if ((value !== undefined && !eq(object[key], value)) || + (typeof key == 'number' && value === undefined && !(key in object))) { + baseAssignValue(object, key, value); + } + } + + /** + * Assigns `value` to `key` of `object` if the existing value is not equivalent + * using [`SameValueZero`](http://ecma-international.org/ecma-262/7.0/#sec-samevaluezero) + * for equality comparisons. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to modify. + * @param {string} key The key of the property to assign. + * @param {*} value The value to assign. + */ + function assignValue(object, key, value) { + var objValue = object[key]; + if (!(hasOwnProperty.call(object, key) && eq(objValue, value)) || + (value === undefined && !(key in object))) { + baseAssignValue(object, key, value); + } + } + + /** + * Gets the index at which the `key` is found in `array` of key-value pairs. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to inspect. + * @param {*} key The key to search for. + * @returns {number} Returns the index of the matched value, else `-1`. + */ + function assocIndexOf(array, key) { + var length = array.length; + while (length--) { + if (eq(array[length][0], key)) { + return length; + } + } + return -1; + } + + /** + * Aggregates elements of `collection` on `accumulator` with keys transformed + * by `iteratee` and values set by `setter`. + * + * @private + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to iterate over. + * @param {Function} setter The function to set `accumulator` values. + * @param {Function} iteratee The iteratee to transform keys. + * @param {Object} accumulator The initial aggregated object. + * @returns {Function} Returns `accumulator`. + */ + function baseAggregator(collection, setter, iteratee, accumulator) { + baseEach(collection, function(value, key, collection) { + setter(accumulator, value, iteratee(value), collection); + }); + return accumulator; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.assign` without support for multiple sources + * or `customizer` functions. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The destination object. + * @param {Object} source The source object. + * @returns {Object} Returns `object`. + */ + function baseAssign(object, source) { + return object && copyObject(source, keys(source), object); + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `assignValue` and `assignMergeValue` without + * value checks. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to modify. + * @param {string} key The key of the property to assign. + * @param {*} value The value to assign. + */ + function baseAssignValue(object, key, value) { + if (key == '__proto__' && defineProperty) { + defineProperty(object, key, { + 'configurable': true, + 'enumerable': true, + 'value': value, + 'writable': true + }); + } else { + object[key] = value; + } + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.at` without support for individual paths. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to iterate over. + * @param {string[]} paths The property paths of elements to pick. + * @returns {Array} Returns the picked elements. + */ + function baseAt(object, paths) { + var index = -1, + isNil = object == null, + length = paths.length, + result = Array(length); + + while (++index < length) { + result[index] = isNil ? undefined : get(object, paths[index]); + } + return result; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.clamp` which doesn't coerce arguments. + * + * @private + * @param {number} number The number to clamp. + * @param {number} [lower] The lower bound. + * @param {number} upper The upper bound. + * @returns {number} Returns the clamped number. + */ + function baseClamp(number, lower, upper) { + if (number === number) { + if (upper !== undefined) { + number = number <= upper ? number : upper; + } + if (lower !== undefined) { + number = number >= lower ? number : lower; + } + } + return number; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.clone` and `_.cloneDeep` which tracks + * traversed objects. + * + * @private + * @param {*} value The value to clone. + * @param {boolean} [isDeep] Specify a deep clone. + * @param {boolean} [isFull] Specify a clone including symbols. + * @param {Function} [customizer] The function to customize cloning. + * @param {string} [key] The key of `value`. + * @param {Object} [object] The parent object of `value`. + * @param {Object} [stack] Tracks traversed objects and their clone counterparts. + * @returns {*} Returns the cloned value. + */ + function baseClone(value, isDeep, isFull, customizer, key, object, stack) { + var result; + if (customizer) { + result = object ? customizer(value, key, object, stack) : customizer(value); + } + if (result !== undefined) { + return result; + } + if (!isObject(value)) { + return value; + } + var isArr = isArray(value); + if (isArr) { + result = initCloneArray(value); + if (!isDeep) { + return copyArray(value, result); + } + } else { + var tag = getTag(value), + isFunc = tag == funcTag || tag == genTag; + + if (isBuffer(value)) { + return cloneBuffer(value, isDeep); + } + if (tag == objectTag || tag == argsTag || (isFunc && !object)) { + result = initCloneObject(isFunc ? {} : value); + if (!isDeep) { + return copySymbols(value, baseAssign(result, value)); + } + } else { + if (!cloneableTags[tag]) { + return object ? value : {}; + } + result = initCloneByTag(value, tag, baseClone, isDeep); + } + } + // Check for circular references and return its corresponding clone. + stack || (stack = new Stack); + var stacked = stack.get(value); + if (stacked) { + return stacked; + } + stack.set(value, result); + + if (!isArr) { + var props = isFull ? getAllKeys(value) : keys(value); + } + arrayEach(props || value, function(subValue, key) { + if (props) { + key = subValue; + subValue = value[key]; + } + // Recursively populate clone (susceptible to call stack limits). + assignValue(result, key, baseClone(subValue, isDeep, isFull, customizer, key, value, stack)); + }); + return result; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.conforms` which doesn't clone `source`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} source The object of property predicates to conform to. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new spec function. + */ + function baseConforms(source) { + var props = keys(source); + return function(object) { + return baseConformsTo(object, source, props); + }; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.conformsTo` which accepts `props` to check. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to inspect. + * @param {Object} source The object of property predicates to conform to. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `object` conforms, else `false`. + */ + function baseConformsTo(object, source, props) { + var length = props.length; + if (object == null) { + return !length; + } + object = Object(object); + while (length--) { + var key = props[length], + predicate = source[key], + value = object[key]; + + if ((value === undefined && !(key in object)) || !predicate(value)) { + return false; + } + } + return true; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.create` without support for assigning + * properties to the created object. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} prototype The object to inherit from. + * @returns {Object} Returns the new object. + */ + function baseCreate(proto) { + return isObject(proto) ? objectCreate(proto) : {}; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.delay` and `_.defer` which accepts `args` + * to provide to `func`. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} func The function to delay. + * @param {number} wait The number of milliseconds to delay invocation. + * @param {Array} args The arguments to provide to `func`. + * @returns {number|Object} Returns the timer id or timeout object. + */ + function baseDelay(func, wait, args) { + if (typeof func != 'function') { + throw new TypeError(FUNC_ERROR_TEXT); + } + return setTimeout(function() { func.apply(undefined, args); }, wait); + } + + /** + * The base implementation of methods like `_.difference` without support + * for excluding multiple arrays or iteratee shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to inspect. + * @param {Array} values The values to exclude. + * @param {Function} [iteratee] The iteratee invoked per element. + * @param {Function} [comparator] The comparator invoked per element. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new array of filtered values. + */ + function baseDifference(array, values, iteratee, comparator) { + var index = -1, + includes = arrayIncludes, + isCommon = true, + length = array.length, + result = [], + valuesLength = values.length; + + if (!length) { + return result; + } + if (iteratee) { + values = arrayMap(values, baseUnary(iteratee)); + } + if (comparator) { + includes = arrayIncludesWith; + isCommon = false; + } + else if (values.length >= LARGE_ARRAY_SIZE) { + includes = cacheHas; + isCommon = false; + values = new SetCache(values); + } + outer: + while (++index < length) { + var value = array[index], + computed = iteratee ? iteratee(value) : value; + + value = (comparator || value !== 0) ? value : 0; + if (isCommon && computed === computed) { + var valuesIndex = valuesLength; + while (valuesIndex--) { + if (values[valuesIndex] === computed) { + continue outer; + } + } + result.push(value); + } + else if (!includes(values, computed, comparator)) { + result.push(value); + } + } + return result; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.forEach` without support for iteratee shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to iterate over. + * @param {Function} iteratee The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {Array|Object} Returns `collection`. + */ + var baseEach = createBaseEach(baseForOwn); + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.forEachRight` without support for iteratee shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to iterate over. + * @param {Function} iteratee The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {Array|Object} Returns `collection`. + */ + var baseEachRight = createBaseEach(baseForOwnRight, true); + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.every` without support for iteratee shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to iterate over. + * @param {Function} predicate The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if all elements pass the predicate check, + * else `false` + */ + function baseEvery(collection, predicate) { + var result = true; + baseEach(collection, function(value, index, collection) { + result = !!predicate(value, index, collection); + return result; + }); + return result; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of methods like `_.max` and `_.min` which accepts a + * `comparator` to determine the extremum value. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to iterate over. + * @param {Function} iteratee The iteratee invoked per iteration. + * @param {Function} comparator The comparator used to compare values. + * @returns {*} Returns the extremum value. + */ + function baseExtremum(array, iteratee, comparator) { + var index = -1, + length = array.length; + + while (++index < length) { + var value = array[index], + current = iteratee(value); + + if (current != null && (computed === undefined + ? (current === current && !isSymbol(current)) + : comparator(current, computed) + )) { + var computed = current, + result = value; + } + } + return result; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.fill` without an iteratee call guard. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to fill. + * @param {*} value The value to fill `array` with. + * @param {number} [start=0] The start position. + * @param {number} [end=array.length] The end position. + * @returns {Array} Returns `array`. + */ + function baseFill(array, value, start, end) { + var length = array.length; + + start = toInteger(start); + if (start < 0) { + start = -start > length ? 0 : (length + start); + } + end = (end === undefined || end > length) ? length : toInteger(end); + if (end < 0) { + end += length; + } + end = start > end ? 0 : toLength(end); + while (start < end) { + array[start++] = value; + } + return array; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.filter` without support for iteratee shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to iterate over. + * @param {Function} predicate The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new filtered array. + */ + function baseFilter(collection, predicate) { + var result = []; + baseEach(collection, function(value, index, collection) { + if (predicate(value, index, collection)) { + result.push(value); + } + }); + return result; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.flatten` with support for restricting flattening. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to flatten. + * @param {number} depth The maximum recursion depth. + * @param {boolean} [predicate=isFlattenable] The function invoked per iteration. + * @param {boolean} [isStrict] Restrict to values that pass `predicate` checks. + * @param {Array} [result=[]] The initial result value. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new flattened array. + */ + function baseFlatten(array, depth, predicate, isStrict, result) { + var index = -1, + length = array.length; + + predicate || (predicate = isFlattenable); + result || (result = []); + + while (++index < length) { + var value = array[index]; + if (depth > 0 && predicate(value)) { + if (depth > 1) { + // Recursively flatten arrays (susceptible to call stack limits). + baseFlatten(value, depth - 1, predicate, isStrict, result); + } else { + arrayPush(result, value); + } + } else if (!isStrict) { + result[result.length] = value; + } + } + return result; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `baseForOwn` which iterates over `object` + * properties returned by `keysFunc` and invokes `iteratee` for each property. + * Iteratee functions may exit iteration early by explicitly returning `false`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to iterate over. + * @param {Function} iteratee The function invoked per iteration. + * @param {Function} keysFunc The function to get the keys of `object`. + * @returns {Object} Returns `object`. + */ + var baseFor = createBaseFor(); + + /** + * This function is like `baseFor` except that it iterates over properties + * in the opposite order. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to iterate over. + * @param {Function} iteratee The function invoked per iteration. + * @param {Function} keysFunc The function to get the keys of `object`. + * @returns {Object} Returns `object`. + */ + var baseForRight = createBaseFor(true); + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.forOwn` without support for iteratee shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to iterate over. + * @param {Function} iteratee The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {Object} Returns `object`. + */ + function baseForOwn(object, iteratee) { + return object && baseFor(object, iteratee, keys); + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.forOwnRight` without support for iteratee shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to iterate over. + * @param {Function} iteratee The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {Object} Returns `object`. + */ + function baseForOwnRight(object, iteratee) { + return object && baseForRight(object, iteratee, keys); + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.functions` which creates an array of + * `object` function property names filtered from `props`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to inspect. + * @param {Array} props The property names to filter. + * @returns {Array} Returns the function names. + */ + function baseFunctions(object, props) { + return arrayFilter(props, function(key) { + return isFunction(object[key]); + }); + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.get` without support for default values. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to query. + * @param {Array|string} path The path of the property to get. + * @returns {*} Returns the resolved value. + */ + function baseGet(object, path) { + path = isKey(path, object) ? [path] : castPath(path); + + var index = 0, + length = path.length; + + while (object != null && index < length) { + object = object[toKey(path[index++])]; + } + return (index && index == length) ? object : undefined; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `getAllKeys` and `getAllKeysIn` which uses + * `keysFunc` and `symbolsFunc` to get the enumerable property names and + * symbols of `object`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to query. + * @param {Function} keysFunc The function to get the keys of `object`. + * @param {Function} symbolsFunc The function to get the symbols of `object`. + * @returns {Array} Returns the array of property names and symbols. + */ + function baseGetAllKeys(object, keysFunc, symbolsFunc) { + var result = keysFunc(object); + return isArray(object) ? result : arrayPush(result, symbolsFunc(object)); + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `getTag`. + * + * @private + * @param {*} value The value to query. + * @returns {string} Returns the `toStringTag`. + */ + function baseGetTag(value) { + return objectToString.call(value); + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.gt` which doesn't coerce arguments. + * + * @private + * @param {*} value The value to compare. + * @param {*} other The other value to compare. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is greater than `other`, + * else `false`. + */ + function baseGt(value, other) { + return value > other; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.has` without support for deep paths. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} [object] The object to query. + * @param {Array|string} key The key to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `key` exists, else `false`. + */ + function baseHas(object, key) { + return object != null && hasOwnProperty.call(object, key); + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.hasIn` without support for deep paths. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} [object] The object to query. + * @param {Array|string} key The key to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `key` exists, else `false`. + */ + function baseHasIn(object, key) { + return object != null && key in Object(object); + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.inRange` which doesn't coerce arguments. + * + * @private + * @param {number} number The number to check. + * @param {number} start The start of the range. + * @param {number} end The end of the range. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `number` is in the range, else `false`. + */ + function baseInRange(number, start, end) { + return number >= nativeMin(start, end) && number < nativeMax(start, end); + } + + /** + * The base implementation of methods like `_.intersection`, without support + * for iteratee shorthands, that accepts an array of arrays to inspect. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} arrays The arrays to inspect. + * @param {Function} [iteratee] The iteratee invoked per element. + * @param {Function} [comparator] The comparator invoked per element. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new array of shared values. + */ + function baseIntersection(arrays, iteratee, comparator) { + var includes = comparator ? arrayIncludesWith : arrayIncludes, + length = arrays[0].length, + othLength = arrays.length, + othIndex = othLength, + caches = Array(othLength), + maxLength = Infinity, + result = []; + + while (othIndex--) { + var array = arrays[othIndex]; + if (othIndex && iteratee) { + array = arrayMap(array, baseUnary(iteratee)); + } + maxLength = nativeMin(array.length, maxLength); + caches[othIndex] = !comparator && (iteratee || (length >= 120 && array.length >= 120)) + ? new SetCache(othIndex && array) + : undefined; + } + array = arrays[0]; + + var index = -1, + seen = caches[0]; + + outer: + while (++index < length && result.length < maxLength) { + var value = array[index], + computed = iteratee ? iteratee(value) : value; + + value = (comparator || value !== 0) ? value : 0; + if (!(seen + ? cacheHas(seen, computed) + : includes(result, computed, comparator) + )) { + othIndex = othLength; + while (--othIndex) { + var cache = caches[othIndex]; + if (!(cache + ? cacheHas(cache, computed) + : includes(arrays[othIndex], computed, comparator)) + ) { + continue outer; + } + } + if (seen) { + seen.push(computed); + } + result.push(value); + } + } + return result; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.invert` and `_.invertBy` which inverts + * `object` with values transformed by `iteratee` and set by `setter`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to iterate over. + * @param {Function} setter The function to set `accumulator` values. + * @param {Function} iteratee The iteratee to transform values. + * @param {Object} accumulator The initial inverted object. + * @returns {Function} Returns `accumulator`. + */ + function baseInverter(object, setter, iteratee, accumulator) { + baseForOwn(object, function(value, key, object) { + setter(accumulator, iteratee(value), key, object); + }); + return accumulator; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.invoke` without support for individual + * method arguments. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to query. + * @param {Array|string} path The path of the method to invoke. + * @param {Array} args The arguments to invoke the method with. + * @returns {*} Returns the result of the invoked method. + */ + function baseInvoke(object, path, args) { + if (!isKey(path, object)) { + path = castPath(path); + object = parent(object, path); + path = last(path); + } + var func = object == null ? object : object[toKey(path)]; + return func == null ? undefined : apply(func, object, args); + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.isArrayBuffer` without Node.js optimizations. + * + * @private + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is an array buffer, else `false`. + */ + function baseIsArrayBuffer(value) { + return isObjectLike(value) && objectToString.call(value) == arrayBufferTag; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.isDate` without Node.js optimizations. + * + * @private + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is a date object, else `false`. + */ + function baseIsDate(value) { + return isObjectLike(value) && objectToString.call(value) == dateTag; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.isEqual` which supports partial comparisons + * and tracks traversed objects. + * + * @private + * @param {*} value The value to compare. + * @param {*} other The other value to compare. + * @param {Function} [customizer] The function to customize comparisons. + * @param {boolean} [bitmask] The bitmask of comparison flags. + * The bitmask may be composed of the following flags: + * 1 - Unordered comparison + * 2 - Partial comparison + * @param {Object} [stack] Tracks traversed `value` and `other` objects. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if the values are equivalent, else `false`. + */ + function baseIsEqual(value, other, customizer, bitmask, stack) { + if (value === other) { + return true; + } + if (value == null || other == null || (!isObject(value) && !isObjectLike(other))) { + return value !== value && other !== other; + } + return baseIsEqualDeep(value, other, baseIsEqual, customizer, bitmask, stack); + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `baseIsEqual` for arrays and objects which performs + * deep comparisons and tracks traversed objects enabling objects with circular + * references to be compared. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to compare. + * @param {Object} other The other object to compare. + * @param {Function} equalFunc The function to determine equivalents of values. + * @param {Function} [customizer] The function to customize comparisons. + * @param {number} [bitmask] The bitmask of comparison flags. See `baseIsEqual` + * for more details. + * @param {Object} [stack] Tracks traversed `object` and `other` objects. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if the objects are equivalent, else `false`. + */ + function baseIsEqualDeep(object, other, equalFunc, customizer, bitmask, stack) { + var objIsArr = isArray(object), + othIsArr = isArray(other), + objTag = arrayTag, + othTag = arrayTag; + + if (!objIsArr) { + objTag = getTag(object); + objTag = objTag == argsTag ? objectTag : objTag; + } + if (!othIsArr) { + othTag = getTag(other); + othTag = othTag == argsTag ? objectTag : othTag; + } + var objIsObj = objTag == objectTag, + othIsObj = othTag == objectTag, + isSameTag = objTag == othTag; + + if (isSameTag && !objIsObj) { + stack || (stack = new Stack); + return (objIsArr || isTypedArray(object)) + ? equalArrays(object, other, equalFunc, customizer, bitmask, stack) + : equalByTag(object, other, objTag, equalFunc, customizer, bitmask, stack); + } + if (!(bitmask & PARTIAL_COMPARE_FLAG)) { + var objIsWrapped = objIsObj && hasOwnProperty.call(object, '__wrapped__'), + othIsWrapped = othIsObj && hasOwnProperty.call(other, '__wrapped__'); + + if (objIsWrapped || othIsWrapped) { + var objUnwrapped = objIsWrapped ? object.value() : object, + othUnwrapped = othIsWrapped ? other.value() : other; + + stack || (stack = new Stack); + return equalFunc(objUnwrapped, othUnwrapped, customizer, bitmask, stack); + } + } + if (!isSameTag) { + return false; + } + stack || (stack = new Stack); + return equalObjects(object, other, equalFunc, customizer, bitmask, stack); + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.isMap` without Node.js optimizations. + * + * @private + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is a map, else `false`. + */ + function baseIsMap(value) { + return isObjectLike(value) && getTag(value) == mapTag; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.isMatch` without support for iteratee shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to inspect. + * @param {Object} source The object of property values to match. + * @param {Array} matchData The property names, values, and compare flags to match. + * @param {Function} [customizer] The function to customize comparisons. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `object` is a match, else `false`. + */ + function baseIsMatch(object, source, matchData, customizer) { + var index = matchData.length, + length = index, + noCustomizer = !customizer; + + if (object == null) { + return !length; + } + object = Object(object); + while (index--) { + var data = matchData[index]; + if ((noCustomizer && data[2]) + ? data[1] !== object[data[0]] + : !(data[0] in object) + ) { + return false; + } + } + while (++index < length) { + data = matchData[index]; + var key = data[0], + objValue = object[key], + srcValue = data[1]; + + if (noCustomizer && data[2]) { + if (objValue === undefined && !(key in object)) { + return false; + } + } else { + var stack = new Stack; + if (customizer) { + var result = customizer(objValue, srcValue, key, object, source, stack); + } + if (!(result === undefined + ? baseIsEqual(srcValue, objValue, customizer, UNORDERED_COMPARE_FLAG | PARTIAL_COMPARE_FLAG, stack) + : result + )) { + return false; + } + } + } + return true; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.isNative` without bad shim checks. + * + * @private + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is a native function, + * else `false`. + */ + function baseIsNative(value) { + if (!isObject(value) || isMasked(value)) { + return false; + } + var pattern = isFunction(value) ? reIsNative : reIsHostCtor; + return pattern.test(toSource(value)); + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.isRegExp` without Node.js optimizations. + * + * @private + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is a regexp, else `false`. + */ + function baseIsRegExp(value) { + return isObject(value) && objectToString.call(value) == regexpTag; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.isSet` without Node.js optimizations. + * + * @private + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is a set, else `false`. + */ + function baseIsSet(value) { + return isObjectLike(value) && getTag(value) == setTag; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.isTypedArray` without Node.js optimizations. + * + * @private + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is a typed array, else `false`. + */ + function baseIsTypedArray(value) { + return isObjectLike(value) && + isLength(value.length) && !!typedArrayTags[objectToString.call(value)]; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.iteratee`. + * + * @private + * @param {*} [value=_.identity] The value to convert to an iteratee. + * @returns {Function} Returns the iteratee. + */ + function baseIteratee(value) { + // Don't store the `typeof` result in a variable to avoid a JIT bug in Safari 9. + // See https://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=156034 for more details. + if (typeof value == 'function') { + return value; + } + if (value == null) { + return identity; + } + if (typeof value == 'object') { + return isArray(value) + ? baseMatchesProperty(value[0], value[1]) + : baseMatches(value); + } + return property(value); + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.keys` which doesn't treat sparse arrays as dense. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to query. + * @returns {Array} Returns the array of property names. + */ + function baseKeys(object) { + if (!isPrototype(object)) { + return nativeKeys(object); + } + var result = []; + for (var key in Object(object)) { + if (hasOwnProperty.call(object, key) && key != 'constructor') { + result.push(key); + } + } + return result; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.keysIn` which doesn't treat sparse arrays as dense. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to query. + * @returns {Array} Returns the array of property names. + */ + function baseKeysIn(object) { + if (!isObject(object)) { + return nativeKeysIn(object); + } + var isProto = isPrototype(object), + result = []; + + for (var key in object) { + if (!(key == 'constructor' && (isProto || !hasOwnProperty.call(object, key)))) { + result.push(key); + } + } + return result; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.lt` which doesn't coerce arguments. + * + * @private + * @param {*} value The value to compare. + * @param {*} other The other value to compare. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is less than `other`, + * else `false`. + */ + function baseLt(value, other) { + return value < other; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.map` without support for iteratee shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to iterate over. + * @param {Function} iteratee The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new mapped array. + */ + function baseMap(collection, iteratee) { + var index = -1, + result = isArrayLike(collection) ? Array(collection.length) : []; + + baseEach(collection, function(value, key, collection) { + result[++index] = iteratee(value, key, collection); + }); + return result; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.matches` which doesn't clone `source`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} source The object of property values to match. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new spec function. + */ + function baseMatches(source) { + var matchData = getMatchData(source); + if (matchData.length == 1 && matchData[0][2]) { + return matchesStrictComparable(matchData[0][0], matchData[0][1]); + } + return function(object) { + return object === source || baseIsMatch(object, source, matchData); + }; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.matchesProperty` which doesn't clone `srcValue`. + * + * @private + * @param {string} path The path of the property to get. + * @param {*} srcValue The value to match. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new spec function. + */ + function baseMatchesProperty(path, srcValue) { + if (isKey(path) && isStrictComparable(srcValue)) { + return matchesStrictComparable(toKey(path), srcValue); + } + return function(object) { + var objValue = get(object, path); + return (objValue === undefined && objValue === srcValue) + ? hasIn(object, path) + : baseIsEqual(srcValue, objValue, undefined, UNORDERED_COMPARE_FLAG | PARTIAL_COMPARE_FLAG); + }; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.merge` without support for multiple sources. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The destination object. + * @param {Object} source The source object. + * @param {number} srcIndex The index of `source`. + * @param {Function} [customizer] The function to customize merged values. + * @param {Object} [stack] Tracks traversed source values and their merged + * counterparts. + */ + function baseMerge(object, source, srcIndex, customizer, stack) { + if (object === source) { + return; + } + if (!(isArray(source) || isTypedArray(source))) { + var props = baseKeysIn(source); + } + arrayEach(props || source, function(srcValue, key) { + if (props) { + key = srcValue; + srcValue = source[key]; + } + if (isObject(srcValue)) { + stack || (stack = new Stack); + baseMergeDeep(object, source, key, srcIndex, baseMerge, customizer, stack); + } + else { + var newValue = customizer + ? customizer(object[key], srcValue, (key + ''), object, source, stack) + : undefined; + + if (newValue === undefined) { + newValue = srcValue; + } + assignMergeValue(object, key, newValue); + } + }); + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `baseMerge` for arrays and objects which performs + * deep merges and tracks traversed objects enabling objects with circular + * references to be merged. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The destination object. + * @param {Object} source The source object. + * @param {string} key The key of the value to merge. + * @param {number} srcIndex The index of `source`. + * @param {Function} mergeFunc The function to merge values. + * @param {Function} [customizer] The function to customize assigned values. + * @param {Object} [stack] Tracks traversed source values and their merged + * counterparts. + */ + function baseMergeDeep(object, source, key, srcIndex, mergeFunc, customizer, stack) { + var objValue = object[key], + srcValue = source[key], + stacked = stack.get(srcValue); + + if (stacked) { + assignMergeValue(object, key, stacked); + return; + } + var newValue = customizer + ? customizer(objValue, srcValue, (key + ''), object, source, stack) + : undefined; + + var isCommon = newValue === undefined; + + if (isCommon) { + newValue = srcValue; + if (isArray(srcValue) || isTypedArray(srcValue)) { + if (isArray(objValue)) { + newValue = objValue; + } + else if (isArrayLikeObject(objValue)) { + newValue = copyArray(objValue); + } + else { + isCommon = false; + newValue = baseClone(srcValue, true); + } + } + else if (isPlainObject(srcValue) || isArguments(srcValue)) { + if (isArguments(objValue)) { + newValue = toPlainObject(objValue); + } + else if (!isObject(objValue) || (srcIndex && isFunction(objValue))) { + isCommon = false; + newValue = baseClone(srcValue, true); + } + else { + newValue = objValue; + } + } + else { + isCommon = false; + } + } + if (isCommon) { + // Recursively merge objects and arrays (susceptible to call stack limits). + stack.set(srcValue, newValue); + mergeFunc(newValue, srcValue, srcIndex, customizer, stack); + stack['delete'](srcValue); + } + assignMergeValue(object, key, newValue); + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.nth` which doesn't coerce arguments. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to query. + * @param {number} n The index of the element to return. + * @returns {*} Returns the nth element of `array`. + */ + function baseNth(array, n) { + var length = array.length; + if (!length) { + return; + } + n += n < 0 ? length : 0; + return isIndex(n, length) ? array[n] : undefined; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.orderBy` without param guards. + * + * @private + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to iterate over. + * @param {Function[]|Object[]|string[]} iteratees The iteratees to sort by. + * @param {string[]} orders The sort orders of `iteratees`. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new sorted array. + */ + function baseOrderBy(collection, iteratees, orders) { + var index = -1; + iteratees = arrayMap(iteratees.length ? iteratees : [identity], baseUnary(getIteratee())); + + var result = baseMap(collection, function(value, key, collection) { + var criteria = arrayMap(iteratees, function(iteratee) { + return iteratee(value); + }); + return { 'criteria': criteria, 'index': ++index, 'value': value }; + }); + + return baseSortBy(result, function(object, other) { + return compareMultiple(object, other, orders); + }); + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.pick` without support for individual + * property identifiers. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The source object. + * @param {string[]} props The property identifiers to pick. + * @returns {Object} Returns the new object. + */ + function basePick(object, props) { + object = Object(object); + return basePickBy(object, props, function(value, key) { + return key in object; + }); + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.pickBy` without support for iteratee shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The source object. + * @param {string[]} props The property identifiers to pick from. + * @param {Function} predicate The function invoked per property. + * @returns {Object} Returns the new object. + */ + function basePickBy(object, props, predicate) { + var index = -1, + length = props.length, + result = {}; + + while (++index < length) { + var key = props[index], + value = object[key]; + + if (predicate(value, key)) { + baseAssignValue(result, key, value); + } + } + return result; + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `baseProperty` which supports deep paths. + * + * @private + * @param {Array|string} path The path of the property to get. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new accessor function. + */ + function basePropertyDeep(path) { + return function(object) { + return baseGet(object, path); + }; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.pullAllBy` without support for iteratee + * shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to modify. + * @param {Array} values The values to remove. + * @param {Function} [iteratee] The iteratee invoked per element. + * @param {Function} [comparator] The comparator invoked per element. + * @returns {Array} Returns `array`. + */ + function basePullAll(array, values, iteratee, comparator) { + var indexOf = comparator ? baseIndexOfWith : baseIndexOf, + index = -1, + length = values.length, + seen = array; + + if (array === values) { + values = copyArray(values); + } + if (iteratee) { + seen = arrayMap(array, baseUnary(iteratee)); + } + while (++index < length) { + var fromIndex = 0, + value = values[index], + computed = iteratee ? iteratee(value) : value; + + while ((fromIndex = indexOf(seen, computed, fromIndex, comparator)) > -1) { + if (seen !== array) { + splice.call(seen, fromIndex, 1); + } + splice.call(array, fromIndex, 1); + } + } + return array; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.pullAt` without support for individual + * indexes or capturing the removed elements. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to modify. + * @param {number[]} indexes The indexes of elements to remove. + * @returns {Array} Returns `array`. + */ + function basePullAt(array, indexes) { + var length = array ? indexes.length : 0, + lastIndex = length - 1; + + while (length--) { + var index = indexes[length]; + if (length == lastIndex || index !== previous) { + var previous = index; + if (isIndex(index)) { + splice.call(array, index, 1); + } + else if (!isKey(index, array)) { + var path = castPath(index), + object = parent(array, path); + + if (object != null) { + delete object[toKey(last(path))]; + } + } + else { + delete array[toKey(index)]; + } + } + } + return array; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.random` without support for returning + * floating-point numbers. + * + * @private + * @param {number} lower The lower bound. + * @param {number} upper The upper bound. + * @returns {number} Returns the random number. + */ + function baseRandom(lower, upper) { + return lower + nativeFloor(nativeRandom() * (upper - lower + 1)); + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.range` and `_.rangeRight` which doesn't + * coerce arguments. + * + * @private + * @param {number} start The start of the range. + * @param {number} end The end of the range. + * @param {number} step The value to increment or decrement by. + * @param {boolean} [fromRight] Specify iterating from right to left. + * @returns {Array} Returns the range of numbers. + */ + function baseRange(start, end, step, fromRight) { + var index = -1, + length = nativeMax(nativeCeil((end - start) / (step || 1)), 0), + result = Array(length); + + while (length--) { + result[fromRight ? length : ++index] = start; + start += step; + } + return result; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.repeat` which doesn't coerce arguments. + * + * @private + * @param {string} string The string to repeat. + * @param {number} n The number of times to repeat the string. + * @returns {string} Returns the repeated string. + */ + function baseRepeat(string, n) { + var result = ''; + if (!string || n < 1 || n > MAX_SAFE_INTEGER) { + return result; + } + // Leverage the exponentiation by squaring algorithm for a faster repeat. + // See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exponentiation_by_squaring for more details. + do { + if (n % 2) { + result += string; + } + n = nativeFloor(n / 2); + if (n) { + string += string; + } + } while (n); + + return result; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.rest` which doesn't validate or coerce arguments. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} func The function to apply a rest parameter to. + * @param {number} [start=func.length-1] The start position of the rest parameter. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new function. + */ + function baseRest(func, start) { + return setToString(overRest(func, start, identity), func + ''); + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.set`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to modify. + * @param {Array|string} path The path of the property to set. + * @param {*} value The value to set. + * @param {Function} [customizer] The function to customize path creation. + * @returns {Object} Returns `object`. + */ + function baseSet(object, path, value, customizer) { + if (!isObject(object)) { + return object; + } + path = isKey(path, object) ? [path] : castPath(path); + + var index = -1, + length = path.length, + lastIndex = length - 1, + nested = object; + + while (nested != null && ++index < length) { + var key = toKey(path[index]), + newValue = value; + + if (index != lastIndex) { + var objValue = nested[key]; + newValue = customizer ? customizer(objValue, key, nested) : undefined; + if (newValue === undefined) { + newValue = isObject(objValue) + ? objValue + : (isIndex(path[index + 1]) ? [] : {}); + } + } + assignValue(nested, key, newValue); + nested = nested[key]; + } + return object; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `setData` without support for hot loop shorting. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} func The function to associate metadata with. + * @param {*} data The metadata. + * @returns {Function} Returns `func`. + */ + var baseSetData = !metaMap ? identity : function(func, data) { + metaMap.set(func, data); + return func; + }; + + /** + * The base implementation of `setToString` without support for hot loop shorting. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} func The function to modify. + * @param {Function} string The `toString` result. + * @returns {Function} Returns `func`. + */ + var baseSetToString = !nativeDefineProperty ? identity : function(func, string) { + return nativeDefineProperty(func, 'toString', { + 'configurable': true, + 'enumerable': false, + 'value': constant(string), + 'writable': true + }); + }; + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.slice` without an iteratee call guard. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to slice. + * @param {number} [start=0] The start position. + * @param {number} [end=array.length] The end position. + * @returns {Array} Returns the slice of `array`. + */ + function baseSlice(array, start, end) { + var index = -1, + length = array.length; + + if (start < 0) { + start = -start > length ? 0 : (length + start); + } + end = end > length ? length : end; + if (end < 0) { + end += length; + } + length = start > end ? 0 : ((end - start) >>> 0); + start >>>= 0; + + var result = Array(length); + while (++index < length) { + result[index] = array[index + start]; + } + return result; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.some` without support for iteratee shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to iterate over. + * @param {Function} predicate The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if any element passes the predicate check, + * else `false`. + */ + function baseSome(collection, predicate) { + var result; + + baseEach(collection, function(value, index, collection) { + result = predicate(value, index, collection); + return !result; + }); + return !!result; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.sortedIndex` and `_.sortedLastIndex` which + * performs a binary search of `array` to determine the index at which `value` + * should be inserted into `array` in order to maintain its sort order. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The sorted array to inspect. + * @param {*} value The value to evaluate. + * @param {boolean} [retHighest] Specify returning the highest qualified index. + * @returns {number} Returns the index at which `value` should be inserted + * into `array`. + */ + function baseSortedIndex(array, value, retHighest) { + var low = 0, + high = array ? array.length : low; + + if (typeof value == 'number' && value === value && high <= HALF_MAX_ARRAY_LENGTH) { + while (low < high) { + var mid = (low + high) >>> 1, + computed = array[mid]; + + if (computed !== null && !isSymbol(computed) && + (retHighest ? (computed <= value) : (computed < value))) { + low = mid + 1; + } else { + high = mid; + } + } + return high; + } + return baseSortedIndexBy(array, value, identity, retHighest); + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.sortedIndexBy` and `_.sortedLastIndexBy` + * which invokes `iteratee` for `value` and each element of `array` to compute + * their sort ranking. The iteratee is invoked with one argument; (value). + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The sorted array to inspect. + * @param {*} value The value to evaluate. + * @param {Function} iteratee The iteratee invoked per element. + * @param {boolean} [retHighest] Specify returning the highest qualified index. + * @returns {number} Returns the index at which `value` should be inserted + * into `array`. + */ + function baseSortedIndexBy(array, value, iteratee, retHighest) { + value = iteratee(value); + + var low = 0, + high = array ? array.length : 0, + valIsNaN = value !== value, + valIsNull = value === null, + valIsSymbol = isSymbol(value), + valIsUndefined = value === undefined; + + while (low < high) { + var mid = nativeFloor((low + high) / 2), + computed = iteratee(array[mid]), + othIsDefined = computed !== undefined, + othIsNull = computed === null, + othIsReflexive = computed === computed, + othIsSymbol = isSymbol(computed); + + if (valIsNaN) { + var setLow = retHighest || othIsReflexive; + } else if (valIsUndefined) { + setLow = othIsReflexive && (retHighest || othIsDefined); + } else if (valIsNull) { + setLow = othIsReflexive && othIsDefined && (retHighest || !othIsNull); + } else if (valIsSymbol) { + setLow = othIsReflexive && othIsDefined && !othIsNull && (retHighest || !othIsSymbol); + } else if (othIsNull || othIsSymbol) { + setLow = false; + } else { + setLow = retHighest ? (computed <= value) : (computed < value); + } + if (setLow) { + low = mid + 1; + } else { + high = mid; + } + } + return nativeMin(high, MAX_ARRAY_INDEX); + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.sortedUniq` and `_.sortedUniqBy` without + * support for iteratee shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to inspect. + * @param {Function} [iteratee] The iteratee invoked per element. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new duplicate free array. + */ + function baseSortedUniq(array, iteratee) { + var index = -1, + length = array.length, + resIndex = 0, + result = []; + + while (++index < length) { + var value = array[index], + computed = iteratee ? iteratee(value) : value; + + if (!index || !eq(computed, seen)) { + var seen = computed; + result[resIndex++] = value === 0 ? 0 : value; + } + } + return result; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.toNumber` which doesn't ensure correct + * conversions of binary, hexadecimal, or octal string values. + * + * @private + * @param {*} value The value to process. + * @returns {number} Returns the number. + */ + function baseToNumber(value) { + if (typeof value == 'number') { + return value; + } + if (isSymbol(value)) { + return NAN; + } + return +value; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.toString` which doesn't convert nullish + * values to empty strings. + * + * @private + * @param {*} value The value to process. + * @returns {string} Returns the string. + */ + function baseToString(value) { + // Exit early for strings to avoid a performance hit in some environments. + if (typeof value == 'string') { + return value; + } + if (isSymbol(value)) { + return symbolToString ? symbolToString.call(value) : ''; + } + var result = (value + ''); + return (result == '0' && (1 / value) == -INFINITY) ? '-0' : result; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.uniqBy` without support for iteratee shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to inspect. + * @param {Function} [iteratee] The iteratee invoked per element. + * @param {Function} [comparator] The comparator invoked per element. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new duplicate free array. + */ + function baseUniq(array, iteratee, comparator) { + var index = -1, + includes = arrayIncludes, + length = array.length, + isCommon = true, + result = [], + seen = result; + + if (comparator) { + isCommon = false; + includes = arrayIncludesWith; + } + else if (length >= LARGE_ARRAY_SIZE) { + var set = iteratee ? null : createSet(array); + if (set) { + return setToArray(set); + } + isCommon = false; + includes = cacheHas; + seen = new SetCache; + } + else { + seen = iteratee ? [] : result; + } + outer: + while (++index < length) { + var value = array[index], + computed = iteratee ? iteratee(value) : value; + + value = (comparator || value !== 0) ? value : 0; + if (isCommon && computed === computed) { + var seenIndex = seen.length; + while (seenIndex--) { + if (seen[seenIndex] === computed) { + continue outer; + } + } + if (iteratee) { + seen.push(computed); + } + result.push(value); + } + else if (!includes(seen, computed, comparator)) { + if (seen !== result) { + seen.push(computed); + } + result.push(value); + } + } + return result; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.unset`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to modify. + * @param {Array|string} path The path of the property to unset. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if the property is deleted, else `false`. + */ + function baseUnset(object, path) { + path = isKey(path, object) ? [path] : castPath(path); + object = parent(object, path); + + var key = toKey(last(path)); + return !(object != null && hasOwnProperty.call(object, key)) || delete object[key]; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.update`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to modify. + * @param {Array|string} path The path of the property to update. + * @param {Function} updater The function to produce the updated value. + * @param {Function} [customizer] The function to customize path creation. + * @returns {Object} Returns `object`. + */ + function baseUpdate(object, path, updater, customizer) { + return baseSet(object, path, updater(baseGet(object, path)), customizer); + } + + /** + * The base implementation of methods like `_.dropWhile` and `_.takeWhile` + * without support for iteratee shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to query. + * @param {Function} predicate The function invoked per iteration. + * @param {boolean} [isDrop] Specify dropping elements instead of taking them. + * @param {boolean} [fromRight] Specify iterating from right to left. + * @returns {Array} Returns the slice of `array`. + */ + function baseWhile(array, predicate, isDrop, fromRight) { + var length = array.length, + index = fromRight ? length : -1; + + while ((fromRight ? index-- : ++index < length) && + predicate(array[index], index, array)) {} + + return isDrop + ? baseSlice(array, (fromRight ? 0 : index), (fromRight ? index + 1 : length)) + : baseSlice(array, (fromRight ? index + 1 : 0), (fromRight ? length : index)); + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `wrapperValue` which returns the result of + * performing a sequence of actions on the unwrapped `value`, where each + * successive action is supplied the return value of the previous. + * + * @private + * @param {*} value The unwrapped value. + * @param {Array} actions Actions to perform to resolve the unwrapped value. + * @returns {*} Returns the resolved value. + */ + function baseWrapperValue(value, actions) { + var result = value; + if (result instanceof LazyWrapper) { + result = result.value(); + } + return arrayReduce(actions, function(result, action) { + return action.func.apply(action.thisArg, arrayPush([result], action.args)); + }, result); + } + + /** + * The base implementation of methods like `_.xor`, without support for + * iteratee shorthands, that accepts an array of arrays to inspect. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} arrays The arrays to inspect. + * @param {Function} [iteratee] The iteratee invoked per element. + * @param {Function} [comparator] The comparator invoked per element. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new array of values. + */ + function baseXor(arrays, iteratee, comparator) { + var index = -1, + length = arrays.length; + + while (++index < length) { + var result = result + ? arrayPush( + baseDifference(result, arrays[index], iteratee, comparator), + baseDifference(arrays[index], result, iteratee, comparator) + ) + : arrays[index]; + } + return (result && result.length) ? baseUniq(result, iteratee, comparator) : []; + } + + /** + * This base implementation of `_.zipObject` which assigns values using `assignFunc`. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} props The property identifiers. + * @param {Array} values The property values. + * @param {Function} assignFunc The function to assign values. + * @returns {Object} Returns the new object. + */ + function baseZipObject(props, values, assignFunc) { + var index = -1, + length = props.length, + valsLength = values.length, + result = {}; + + while (++index < length) { + var value = index < valsLength ? values[index] : undefined; + assignFunc(result, props[index], value); + } + return result; + } + + /** + * Casts `value` to an empty array if it's not an array like object. + * + * @private + * @param {*} value The value to inspect. + * @returns {Array|Object} Returns the cast array-like object. + */ + function castArrayLikeObject(value) { + return isArrayLikeObject(value) ? value : []; + } + + /** + * Casts `value` to `identity` if it's not a function. + * + * @private + * @param {*} value The value to inspect. + * @returns {Function} Returns cast function. + */ + function castFunction(value) { + return typeof value == 'function' ? value : identity; + } + + /** + * Casts `value` to a path array if it's not one. + * + * @private + * @param {*} value The value to inspect. + * @returns {Array} Returns the cast property path array. + */ + function castPath(value) { + return isArray(value) ? value : stringToPath(value); + } + + /** + * A `baseRest` alias which can be replaced with `identity` by module + * replacement plugins. + * + * @private + * @type {Function} + * @param {Function} func The function to apply a rest parameter to. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new function. + */ + var castRest = baseRest; + + /** + * Casts `array` to a slice if it's needed. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to inspect. + * @param {number} start The start position. + * @param {number} [end=array.length] The end position. + * @returns {Array} Returns the cast slice. + */ + function castSlice(array, start, end) { + var length = array.length; + end = end === undefined ? length : end; + return (!start && end >= length) ? array : baseSlice(array, start, end); + } + + /** + * A simple wrapper around the global [`clearTimeout`](https://mdn.io/clearTimeout). + * + * @private + * @param {number|Object} id The timer id or timeout object of the timer to clear. + */ + var clearTimeout = ctxClearTimeout || function(id) { + return root.clearTimeout(id); + }; + + /** + * Creates a clone of `buffer`. + * + * @private + * @param {Buffer} buffer The buffer to clone. + * @param {boolean} [isDeep] Specify a deep clone. + * @returns {Buffer} Returns the cloned buffer. + */ + function cloneBuffer(buffer, isDeep) { + if (isDeep) { + return buffer.slice(); + } + var result = new buffer.constructor(buffer.length); + buffer.copy(result); + return result; + } + + /** + * Creates a clone of `arrayBuffer`. + * + * @private + * @param {ArrayBuffer} arrayBuffer The array buffer to clone. + * @returns {ArrayBuffer} Returns the cloned array buffer. + */ + function cloneArrayBuffer(arrayBuffer) { + var result = new arrayBuffer.constructor(arrayBuffer.byteLength); + new Uint8Array(result).set(new Uint8Array(arrayBuffer)); + return result; + } + + /** + * Creates a clone of `dataView`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} dataView The data view to clone. + * @param {boolean} [isDeep] Specify a deep clone. + * @returns {Object} Returns the cloned data view. + */ + function cloneDataView(dataView, isDeep) { + var buffer = isDeep ? cloneArrayBuffer(dataView.buffer) : dataView.buffer; + return new dataView.constructor(buffer, dataView.byteOffset, dataView.byteLength); + } + + /** + * Creates a clone of `map`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} map The map to clone. + * @param {Function} cloneFunc The function to clone values. + * @param {boolean} [isDeep] Specify a deep clone. + * @returns {Object} Returns the cloned map. + */ + function cloneMap(map, isDeep, cloneFunc) { + var array = isDeep ? cloneFunc(mapToArray(map), true) : mapToArray(map); + return arrayReduce(array, addMapEntry, new map.constructor); + } + + /** + * Creates a clone of `regexp`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} regexp The regexp to clone. + * @returns {Object} Returns the cloned regexp. + */ + function cloneRegExp(regexp) { + var result = new regexp.constructor(regexp.source, reFlags.exec(regexp)); + result.lastIndex = regexp.lastIndex; + return result; + } + + /** + * Creates a clone of `set`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} set The set to clone. + * @param {Function} cloneFunc The function to clone values. + * @param {boolean} [isDeep] Specify a deep clone. + * @returns {Object} Returns the cloned set. + */ + function cloneSet(set, isDeep, cloneFunc) { + var array = isDeep ? cloneFunc(setToArray(set), true) : setToArray(set); + return arrayReduce(array, addSetEntry, new set.constructor); + } + + /** + * Creates a clone of the `symbol` object. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} symbol The symbol object to clone. + * @returns {Object} Returns the cloned symbol object. + */ + function cloneSymbol(symbol) { + return symbolValueOf ? Object(symbolValueOf.call(symbol)) : {}; + } + + /** + * Creates a clone of `typedArray`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} typedArray The typed array to clone. + * @param {boolean} [isDeep] Specify a deep clone. + * @returns {Object} Returns the cloned typed array. + */ + function cloneTypedArray(typedArray, isDeep) { + var buffer = isDeep ? cloneArrayBuffer(typedArray.buffer) : typedArray.buffer; + return new typedArray.constructor(buffer, typedArray.byteOffset, typedArray.length); + } + + /** + * Compares values to sort them in ascending order. + * + * @private + * @param {*} value The value to compare. + * @param {*} other The other value to compare. + * @returns {number} Returns the sort order indicator for `value`. + */ + function compareAscending(value, other) { + if (value !== other) { + var valIsDefined = value !== undefined, + valIsNull = value === null, + valIsReflexive = value === value, + valIsSymbol = isSymbol(value); + + var othIsDefined = other !== undefined, + othIsNull = other === null, + othIsReflexive = other === other, + othIsSymbol = isSymbol(other); + + if ((!othIsNull && !othIsSymbol && !valIsSymbol && value > other) || + (valIsSymbol && othIsDefined && othIsReflexive && !othIsNull && !othIsSymbol) || + (valIsNull && othIsDefined && othIsReflexive) || + (!valIsDefined && othIsReflexive) || + !valIsReflexive) { + return 1; + } + if ((!valIsNull && !valIsSymbol && !othIsSymbol && value < other) || + (othIsSymbol && valIsDefined && valIsReflexive && !valIsNull && !valIsSymbol) || + (othIsNull && valIsDefined && valIsReflexive) || + (!othIsDefined && valIsReflexive) || + !othIsReflexive) { + return -1; + } + } + return 0; + } + + /** + * Used by `_.orderBy` to compare multiple properties of a value to another + * and stable sort them. + * + * If `orders` is unspecified, all values are sorted in ascending order. Otherwise, + * specify an order of "desc" for descending or "asc" for ascending sort order + * of corresponding values. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to compare. + * @param {Object} other The other object to compare. + * @param {boolean[]|string[]} orders The order to sort by for each property. + * @returns {number} Returns the sort order indicator for `object`. + */ + function compareMultiple(object, other, orders) { + var index = -1, + objCriteria = object.criteria, + othCriteria = other.criteria, + length = objCriteria.length, + ordersLength = orders.length; + + while (++index < length) { + var result = compareAscending(objCriteria[index], othCriteria[index]); + if (result) { + if (index >= ordersLength) { + return result; + } + var order = orders[index]; + return result * (order == 'desc' ? -1 : 1); + } + } + // Fixes an `Array#sort` bug in the JS engine embedded in Adobe applications + // that causes it, under certain circumstances, to provide the same value for + // `object` and `other`. See https://github.com/jashkenas/underscore/pull/1247 + // for more details. + // + // This also ensures a stable sort in V8 and other engines. + // See https://bugs.chromium.org/p/v8/issues/detail?id=90 for more details. + return object.index - other.index; + } + + /** + * Creates an array that is the composition of partially applied arguments, + * placeholders, and provided arguments into a single array of arguments. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} args The provided arguments. + * @param {Array} partials The arguments to prepend to those provided. + * @param {Array} holders The `partials` placeholder indexes. + * @params {boolean} [isCurried] Specify composing for a curried function. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new array of composed arguments. + */ + function composeArgs(args, partials, holders, isCurried) { + var argsIndex = -1, + argsLength = args.length, + holdersLength = holders.length, + leftIndex = -1, + leftLength = partials.length, + rangeLength = nativeMax(argsLength - holdersLength, 0), + result = Array(leftLength + rangeLength), + isUncurried = !isCurried; + + while (++leftIndex < leftLength) { + result[leftIndex] = partials[leftIndex]; + } + while (++argsIndex < holdersLength) { + if (isUncurried || argsIndex < argsLength) { + result[holders[argsIndex]] = args[argsIndex]; + } + } + while (rangeLength--) { + result[leftIndex++] = args[argsIndex++]; + } + return result; + } + + /** + * This function is like `composeArgs` except that the arguments composition + * is tailored for `_.partialRight`. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} args The provided arguments. + * @param {Array} partials The arguments to append to those provided. + * @param {Array} holders The `partials` placeholder indexes. + * @params {boolean} [isCurried] Specify composing for a curried function. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new array of composed arguments. + */ + function composeArgsRight(args, partials, holders, isCurried) { + var argsIndex = -1, + argsLength = args.length, + holdersIndex = -1, + holdersLength = holders.length, + rightIndex = -1, + rightLength = partials.length, + rangeLength = nativeMax(argsLength - holdersLength, 0), + result = Array(rangeLength + rightLength), + isUncurried = !isCurried; + + while (++argsIndex < rangeLength) { + result[argsIndex] = args[argsIndex]; + } + var offset = argsIndex; + while (++rightIndex < rightLength) { + result[offset + rightIndex] = partials[rightIndex]; + } + while (++holdersIndex < holdersLength) { + if (isUncurried || argsIndex < argsLength) { + result[offset + holders[holdersIndex]] = args[argsIndex++]; + } + } + return result; + } + + /** + * Copies the values of `source` to `array`. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} source The array to copy values from. + * @param {Array} [array=[]] The array to copy values to. + * @returns {Array} Returns `array`. + */ + function copyArray(source, array) { + var index = -1, + length = source.length; + + array || (array = Array(length)); + while (++index < length) { + array[index] = source[index]; + } + return array; + } + + /** + * Copies properties of `source` to `object`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} source The object to copy properties from. + * @param {Array} props The property identifiers to copy. + * @param {Object} [object={}] The object to copy properties to. + * @param {Function} [customizer] The function to customize copied values. + * @returns {Object} Returns `object`. + */ + function copyObject(source, props, object, customizer) { + var isNew = !object; + object || (object = {}); + + var index = -1, + length = props.length; + + while (++index < length) { + var key = props[index]; + + var newValue = customizer + ? customizer(object[key], source[key], key, object, source) + : undefined; + + if (newValue === undefined) { + newValue = source[key]; + } + if (isNew) { + baseAssignValue(object, key, newValue); + } else { + assignValue(object, key, newValue); + } + } + return object; + } + + /** + * Copies own symbol properties of `source` to `object`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} source The object to copy symbols from. + * @param {Object} [object={}] The object to copy symbols to. + * @returns {Object} Returns `object`. + */ + function copySymbols(source, object) { + return copyObject(source, getSymbols(source), object); + } + + /** + * Creates a function like `_.groupBy`. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} setter The function to set accumulator values. + * @param {Function} [initializer] The accumulator object initializer. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new aggregator function. + */ + function createAggregator(setter, initializer) { + return function(collection, iteratee) { + var func = isArray(collection) ? arrayAggregator : baseAggregator, + accumulator = initializer ? initializer() : {}; + + return func(collection, setter, getIteratee(iteratee, 2), accumulator); + }; + } + + /** + * Creates a function like `_.assign`. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} assigner The function to assign values. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new assigner function. + */ + function createAssigner(assigner) { + return baseRest(function(object, sources) { + var index = -1, + length = sources.length, + customizer = length > 1 ? sources[length - 1] : undefined, + guard = length > 2 ? sources[2] : undefined; + + customizer = (assigner.length > 3 && typeof customizer == 'function') + ? (length--, customizer) + : undefined; + + if (guard && isIterateeCall(sources[0], sources[1], guard)) { + customizer = length < 3 ? undefined : customizer; + length = 1; + } + object = Object(object); + while (++index < length) { + var source = sources[index]; + if (source) { + assigner(object, source, index, customizer); + } + } + return object; + }); + } + + /** + * Creates a `baseEach` or `baseEachRight` function. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} eachFunc The function to iterate over a collection. + * @param {boolean} [fromRight] Specify iterating from right to left. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new base function. + */ + function createBaseEach(eachFunc, fromRight) { + return function(collection, iteratee) { + if (collection == null) { + return collection; + } + if (!isArrayLike(collection)) { + return eachFunc(collection, iteratee); + } + var length = collection.length, + index = fromRight ? length : -1, + iterable = Object(collection); + + while ((fromRight ? index-- : ++index < length)) { + if (iteratee(iterable[index], index, iterable) === false) { + break; + } + } + return collection; + }; + } + + /** + * Creates a base function for methods like `_.forIn` and `_.forOwn`. + * + * @private + * @param {boolean} [fromRight] Specify iterating from right to left. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new base function. + */ + function createBaseFor(fromRight) { + return function(object, iteratee, keysFunc) { + var index = -1, + iterable = Object(object), + props = keysFunc(object), + length = props.length; + + while (length--) { + var key = props[fromRight ? length : ++index]; + if (iteratee(iterable[key], key, iterable) === false) { + break; + } + } + return object; + }; + } + + /** + * Creates a function that wraps `func` to invoke it with the optional `this` + * binding of `thisArg`. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} func The function to wrap. + * @param {number} bitmask The bitmask flags. See `createWrap` for more details. + * @param {*} [thisArg] The `this` binding of `func`. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new wrapped function. + */ + function createBind(func, bitmask, thisArg) { + var isBind = bitmask & BIND_FLAG, + Ctor = createCtor(func); + + function wrapper() { + var fn = (this && this !== root && this instanceof wrapper) ? Ctor : func; + return fn.apply(isBind ? thisArg : this, arguments); + } + return wrapper; + } + + /** + * Creates a function like `_.lowerFirst`. + * + * @private + * @param {string} methodName The name of the `String` case method to use. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new case function. + */ + function createCaseFirst(methodName) { + return function(string) { + string = toString(string); + + var strSymbols = hasUnicode(string) + ? stringToArray(string) + : undefined; + + var chr = strSymbols + ? strSymbols[0] + : string.charAt(0); + + var trailing = strSymbols + ? castSlice(strSymbols, 1).join('') + : string.slice(1); + + return chr[methodName]() + trailing; + }; + } + + /** + * Creates a function like `_.camelCase`. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} callback The function to combine each word. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new compounder function. + */ + function createCompounder(callback) { + return function(string) { + return arrayReduce(words(deburr(string).replace(reApos, '')), callback, ''); + }; + } + + /** + * Creates a function that produces an instance of `Ctor` regardless of + * whether it was invoked as part of a `new` expression or by `call` or `apply`. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} Ctor The constructor to wrap. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new wrapped function. + */ + function createCtor(Ctor) { + return function() { + // Use a `switch` statement to work with class constructors. See + // http://ecma-international.org/ecma-262/7.0/#sec-ecmascript-function-objects-call-thisargument-argumentslist + // for more details. + var args = arguments; + switch (args.length) { + case 0: return new Ctor; + case 1: return new Ctor(args[0]); + case 2: return new Ctor(args[0], args[1]); + case 3: return new Ctor(args[0], args[1], args[2]); + case 4: return new Ctor(args[0], args[1], args[2], args[3]); + case 5: return new Ctor(args[0], args[1], args[2], args[3], args[4]); + case 6: return new Ctor(args[0], args[1], args[2], args[3], args[4], args[5]); + case 7: return new Ctor(args[0], args[1], args[2], args[3], args[4], args[5], args[6]); + } + var thisBinding = baseCreate(Ctor.prototype), + result = Ctor.apply(thisBinding, args); + + // Mimic the constructor's `return` behavior. + // See https://es5.github.io/#x13.2.2 for more details. + return isObject(result) ? result : thisBinding; + }; + } + + /** + * Creates a function that wraps `func` to enable currying. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} func The function to wrap. + * @param {number} bitmask The bitmask flags. See `createWrap` for more details. + * @param {number} arity The arity of `func`. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new wrapped function. + */ + function createCurry(func, bitmask, arity) { + var Ctor = createCtor(func); + + function wrapper() { + var length = arguments.length, + args = Array(length), + index = length, + placeholder = getHolder(wrapper); + + while (index--) { + args[index] = arguments[index]; + } + var holders = (length < 3 && args[0] !== placeholder && args[length - 1] !== placeholder) + ? [] + : replaceHolders(args, placeholder); + + length -= holders.length; + if (length < arity) { + return createRecurry( + func, bitmask, createHybrid, wrapper.placeholder, undefined, + args, holders, undefined, undefined, arity - length); + } + var fn = (this && this !== root && this instanceof wrapper) ? Ctor : func; + return apply(fn, this, args); + } + return wrapper; + } + + /** + * Creates a `_.find` or `_.findLast` function. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} findIndexFunc The function to find the collection index. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new find function. + */ + function createFind(findIndexFunc) { + return function(collection, predicate, fromIndex) { + var iterable = Object(collection); + if (!isArrayLike(collection)) { + var iteratee = getIteratee(predicate, 3); + collection = keys(collection); + predicate = function(key) { return iteratee(iterable[key], key, iterable); }; + } + var index = findIndexFunc(collection, predicate, fromIndex); + return index > -1 ? iterable[iteratee ? collection[index] : index] : undefined; + }; + } + + /** + * Creates a `_.flow` or `_.flowRight` function. + * + * @private + * @param {boolean} [fromRight] Specify iterating from right to left. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new flow function. + */ + function createFlow(fromRight) { + return flatRest(function(funcs) { + var length = funcs.length, + index = length, + prereq = LodashWrapper.prototype.thru; + + if (fromRight) { + funcs.reverse(); + } + while (index--) { + var func = funcs[index]; + if (typeof func != 'function') { + throw new TypeError(FUNC_ERROR_TEXT); + } + if (prereq && !wrapper && getFuncName(func) == 'wrapper') { + var wrapper = new LodashWrapper([], true); + } + } + index = wrapper ? index : length; + while (++index < length) { + func = funcs[index]; + + var funcName = getFuncName(func), + data = funcName == 'wrapper' ? getData(func) : undefined; + + if (data && isLaziable(data[0]) && + data[1] == (ARY_FLAG | CURRY_FLAG | PARTIAL_FLAG | REARG_FLAG) && + !data[4].length && data[9] == 1 + ) { + wrapper = wrapper[getFuncName(data[0])].apply(wrapper, data[3]); + } else { + wrapper = (func.length == 1 && isLaziable(func)) + ? wrapper[funcName]() + : wrapper.thru(func); + } + } + return function() { + var args = arguments, + value = args[0]; + + if (wrapper && args.length == 1 && + isArray(value) && value.length >= LARGE_ARRAY_SIZE) { + return wrapper.plant(value).value(); + } + var index = 0, + result = length ? funcs[index].apply(this, args) : value; + + while (++index < length) { + result = funcs[index].call(this, result); + } + return result; + }; + }); + } + + /** + * Creates a function that wraps `func` to invoke it with optional `this` + * binding of `thisArg`, partial application, and currying. + * + * @private + * @param {Function|string} func The function or method name to wrap. + * @param {number} bitmask The bitmask flags. See `createWrap` for more details. + * @param {*} [thisArg] The `this` binding of `func`. + * @param {Array} [partials] The arguments to prepend to those provided to + * the new function. + * @param {Array} [holders] The `partials` placeholder indexes. + * @param {Array} [partialsRight] The arguments to append to those provided + * to the new function. + * @param {Array} [holdersRight] The `partialsRight` placeholder indexes. + * @param {Array} [argPos] The argument positions of the new function. + * @param {number} [ary] The arity cap of `func`. + * @param {number} [arity] The arity of `func`. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new wrapped function. + */ + function createHybrid(func, bitmask, thisArg, partials, holders, partialsRight, holdersRight, argPos, ary, arity) { + var isAry = bitmask & ARY_FLAG, + isBind = bitmask & BIND_FLAG, + isBindKey = bitmask & BIND_KEY_FLAG, + isCurried = bitmask & (CURRY_FLAG | CURRY_RIGHT_FLAG), + isFlip = bitmask & FLIP_FLAG, + Ctor = isBindKey ? undefined : createCtor(func); + + function wrapper() { + var length = arguments.length, + args = Array(length), + index = length; + + while (index--) { + args[index] = arguments[index]; + } + if (isCurried) { + var placeholder = getHolder(wrapper), + holdersCount = countHolders(args, placeholder); + } + if (partials) { + args = composeArgs(args, partials, holders, isCurried); + } + if (partialsRight) { + args = composeArgsRight(args, partialsRight, holdersRight, isCurried); + } + length -= holdersCount; + if (isCurried && length < arity) { + var newHolders = replaceHolders(args, placeholder); + return createRecurry( + func, bitmask, createHybrid, wrapper.placeholder, thisArg, + args, newHolders, argPos, ary, arity - length + ); + } + var thisBinding = isBind ? thisArg : this, + fn = isBindKey ? thisBinding[func] : func; + + length = args.length; + if (argPos) { + args = reorder(args, argPos); + } else if (isFlip && length > 1) { + args.reverse(); + } + if (isAry && ary < length) { + args.length = ary; + } + if (this && this !== root && this instanceof wrapper) { + fn = Ctor || createCtor(fn); + } + return fn.apply(thisBinding, args); + } + return wrapper; + } + + /** + * Creates a function like `_.invertBy`. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} setter The function to set accumulator values. + * @param {Function} toIteratee The function to resolve iteratees. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new inverter function. + */ + function createInverter(setter, toIteratee) { + return function(object, iteratee) { + return baseInverter(object, setter, toIteratee(iteratee), {}); + }; + } + + /** + * Creates a function that performs a mathematical operation on two values. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} operator The function to perform the operation. + * @param {number} [defaultValue] The value used for `undefined` arguments. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new mathematical operation function. + */ + function createMathOperation(operator, defaultValue) { + return function(value, other) { + var result; + if (value === undefined && other === undefined) { + return defaultValue; + } + if (value !== undefined) { + result = value; + } + if (other !== undefined) { + if (result === undefined) { + return other; + } + if (typeof value == 'string' || typeof other == 'string') { + value = baseToString(value); + other = baseToString(other); + } else { + value = baseToNumber(value); + other = baseToNumber(other); + } + result = operator(value, other); + } + return result; + }; + } + + /** + * Creates a function like `_.over`. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} arrayFunc The function to iterate over iteratees. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new over function. + */ + function createOver(arrayFunc) { + return flatRest(function(iteratees) { + iteratees = arrayMap(iteratees, baseUnary(getIteratee())); + return baseRest(function(args) { + var thisArg = this; + return arrayFunc(iteratees, function(iteratee) { + return apply(iteratee, thisArg, args); + }); + }); + }); + } + + /** + * Creates the padding for `string` based on `length`. The `chars` string + * is truncated if the number of characters exceeds `length`. + * + * @private + * @param {number} length The padding length. + * @param {string} [chars=' '] The string used as padding. + * @returns {string} Returns the padding for `string`. + */ + function createPadding(length, chars) { + chars = chars === undefined ? ' ' : baseToString(chars); + + var charsLength = chars.length; + if (charsLength < 2) { + return charsLength ? baseRepeat(chars, length) : chars; + } + var result = baseRepeat(chars, nativeCeil(length / stringSize(chars))); + return hasUnicode(chars) + ? castSlice(stringToArray(result), 0, length).join('') + : result.slice(0, length); + } + + /** + * Creates a function that wraps `func` to invoke it with the `this` binding + * of `thisArg` and `partials` prepended to the arguments it receives. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} func The function to wrap. + * @param {number} bitmask The bitmask flags. See `createWrap` for more details. + * @param {*} thisArg The `this` binding of `func`. + * @param {Array} partials The arguments to prepend to those provided to + * the new function. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new wrapped function. + */ + function createPartial(func, bitmask, thisArg, partials) { + var isBind = bitmask & BIND_FLAG, + Ctor = createCtor(func); + + function wrapper() { + var argsIndex = -1, + argsLength = arguments.length, + leftIndex = -1, + leftLength = partials.length, + args = Array(leftLength + argsLength), + fn = (this && this !== root && this instanceof wrapper) ? Ctor : func; + + while (++leftIndex < leftLength) { + args[leftIndex] = partials[leftIndex]; + } + while (argsLength--) { + args[leftIndex++] = arguments[++argsIndex]; + } + return apply(fn, isBind ? thisArg : this, args); + } + return wrapper; + } + + /** + * Creates a `_.range` or `_.rangeRight` function. + * + * @private + * @param {boolean} [fromRight] Specify iterating from right to left. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new range function. + */ + function createRange(fromRight) { + return function(start, end, step) { + if (step && typeof step != 'number' && isIterateeCall(start, end, step)) { + end = step = undefined; + } + // Ensure the sign of `-0` is preserved. + start = toFinite(start); + if (end === undefined) { + end = start; + start = 0; + } else { + end = toFinite(end); + } + step = step === undefined ? (start < end ? 1 : -1) : toFinite(step); + return baseRange(start, end, step, fromRight); + }; + } + + /** + * Creates a function that performs a relational operation on two values. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} operator The function to perform the operation. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new relational operation function. + */ + function createRelationalOperation(operator) { + return function(value, other) { + if (!(typeof value == 'string' && typeof other == 'string')) { + value = toNumber(value); + other = toNumber(other); + } + return operator(value, other); + }; + } + + /** + * Creates a function that wraps `func` to continue currying. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} func The function to wrap. + * @param {number} bitmask The bitmask flags. See `createWrap` for more details. + * @param {Function} wrapFunc The function to create the `func` wrapper. + * @param {*} placeholder The placeholder value. + * @param {*} [thisArg] The `this` binding of `func`. + * @param {Array} [partials] The arguments to prepend to those provided to + * the new function. + * @param {Array} [holders] The `partials` placeholder indexes. + * @param {Array} [argPos] The argument positions of the new function. + * @param {number} [ary] The arity cap of `func`. + * @param {number} [arity] The arity of `func`. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new wrapped function. + */ + function createRecurry(func, bitmask, wrapFunc, placeholder, thisArg, partials, holders, argPos, ary, arity) { + var isCurry = bitmask & CURRY_FLAG, + newHolders = isCurry ? holders : undefined, + newHoldersRight = isCurry ? undefined : holders, + newPartials = isCurry ? partials : undefined, + newPartialsRight = isCurry ? undefined : partials; + + bitmask |= (isCurry ? PARTIAL_FLAG : PARTIAL_RIGHT_FLAG); + bitmask &= ~(isCurry ? PARTIAL_RIGHT_FLAG : PARTIAL_FLAG); + + if (!(bitmask & CURRY_BOUND_FLAG)) { + bitmask &= ~(BIND_FLAG | BIND_KEY_FLAG); + } + var newData = [ + func, bitmask, thisArg, newPartials, newHolders, newPartialsRight, + newHoldersRight, argPos, ary, arity + ]; + + var result = wrapFunc.apply(undefined, newData); + if (isLaziable(func)) { + setData(result, newData); + } + result.placeholder = placeholder; + return setWrapToString(result, func, bitmask); + } + + /** + * Creates a function like `_.round`. + * + * @private + * @param {string} methodName The name of the `Math` method to use when rounding. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new round function. + */ + function createRound(methodName) { + var func = Math[methodName]; + return function(number, precision) { + number = toNumber(number); + precision = nativeMin(toInteger(precision), 292); + if (precision) { + // Shift with exponential notation to avoid floating-point issues. + // See [MDN](https://mdn.io/round#Examples) for more details. + var pair = (toString(number) + 'e').split('e'), + value = func(pair[0] + 'e' + (+pair[1] + precision)); + + pair = (toString(value) + 'e').split('e'); + return +(pair[0] + 'e' + (+pair[1] - precision)); + } + return func(number); + }; + } + + /** + * Creates a set object of `values`. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} values The values to add to the set. + * @returns {Object} Returns the new set. + */ + var createSet = !(Set && (1 / setToArray(new Set([,-0]))[1]) == INFINITY) ? noop : function(values) { + return new Set(values); + }; + + /** + * Creates a `_.toPairs` or `_.toPairsIn` function. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} keysFunc The function to get the keys of a given object. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new pairs function. + */ + function createToPairs(keysFunc) { + return function(object) { + var tag = getTag(object); + if (tag == mapTag) { + return mapToArray(object); + } + if (tag == setTag) { + return setToPairs(object); + } + return baseToPairs(object, keysFunc(object)); + }; + } + + /** + * Creates a function that either curries or invokes `func` with optional + * `this` binding and partially applied arguments. + * + * @private + * @param {Function|string} func The function or method name to wrap. + * @param {number} bitmask The bitmask flags. + * The bitmask may be composed of the following flags: + * 1 - `_.bind` + * 2 - `_.bindKey` + * 4 - `_.curry` or `_.curryRight` of a bound function + * 8 - `_.curry` + * 16 - `_.curryRight` + * 32 - `_.partial` + * 64 - `_.partialRight` + * 128 - `_.rearg` + * 256 - `_.ary` + * 512 - `_.flip` + * @param {*} [thisArg] The `this` binding of `func`. + * @param {Array} [partials] The arguments to be partially applied. + * @param {Array} [holders] The `partials` placeholder indexes. + * @param {Array} [argPos] The argument positions of the new function. + * @param {number} [ary] The arity cap of `func`. + * @param {number} [arity] The arity of `func`. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new wrapped function. + */ + function createWrap(func, bitmask, thisArg, partials, holders, argPos, ary, arity) { + var isBindKey = bitmask & BIND_KEY_FLAG; + if (!isBindKey && typeof func != 'function') { + throw new TypeError(FUNC_ERROR_TEXT); + } + var length = partials ? partials.length : 0; + if (!length) { + bitmask &= ~(PARTIAL_FLAG | PARTIAL_RIGHT_FLAG); + partials = holders = undefined; + } + ary = ary === undefined ? ary : nativeMax(toInteger(ary), 0); + arity = arity === undefined ? arity : toInteger(arity); + length -= holders ? holders.length : 0; + + if (bitmask & PARTIAL_RIGHT_FLAG) { + var partialsRight = partials, + holdersRight = holders; + + partials = holders = undefined; + } + var data = isBindKey ? undefined : getData(func); + + var newData = [ + func, bitmask, thisArg, partials, holders, partialsRight, holdersRight, + argPos, ary, arity + ]; + + if (data) { + mergeData(newData, data); + } + func = newData[0]; + bitmask = newData[1]; + thisArg = newData[2]; + partials = newData[3]; + holders = newData[4]; + arity = newData[9] = newData[9] == null + ? (isBindKey ? 0 : func.length) + : nativeMax(newData[9] - length, 0); + + if (!arity && bitmask & (CURRY_FLAG | CURRY_RIGHT_FLAG)) { + bitmask &= ~(CURRY_FLAG | CURRY_RIGHT_FLAG); + } + if (!bitmask || bitmask == BIND_FLAG) { + var result = createBind(func, bitmask, thisArg); + } else if (bitmask == CURRY_FLAG || bitmask == CURRY_RIGHT_FLAG) { + result = createCurry(func, bitmask, arity); + } else if ((bitmask == PARTIAL_FLAG || bitmask == (BIND_FLAG | PARTIAL_FLAG)) && !holders.length) { + result = createPartial(func, bitmask, thisArg, partials); + } else { + result = createHybrid.apply(undefined, newData); + } + var setter = data ? baseSetData : setData; + return setWrapToString(setter(result, newData), func, bitmask); + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `baseIsEqualDeep` for arrays with support for + * partial deep comparisons. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to compare. + * @param {Array} other The other array to compare. + * @param {Function} equalFunc The function to determine equivalents of values. + * @param {Function} customizer The function to customize comparisons. + * @param {number} bitmask The bitmask of comparison flags. See `baseIsEqual` + * for more details. + * @param {Object} stack Tracks traversed `array` and `other` objects. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if the arrays are equivalent, else `false`. + */ + function equalArrays(array, other, equalFunc, customizer, bitmask, stack) { + var isPartial = bitmask & PARTIAL_COMPARE_FLAG, + arrLength = array.length, + othLength = other.length; + + if (arrLength != othLength && !(isPartial && othLength > arrLength)) { + return false; + } + // Assume cyclic values are equal. + var stacked = stack.get(array); + if (stacked && stack.get(other)) { + return stacked == other; + } + var index = -1, + result = true, + seen = (bitmask & UNORDERED_COMPARE_FLAG) ? new SetCache : undefined; + + stack.set(array, other); + stack.set(other, array); + + // Ignore non-index properties. + while (++index < arrLength) { + var arrValue = array[index], + othValue = other[index]; + + if (customizer) { + var compared = isPartial + ? customizer(othValue, arrValue, index, other, array, stack) + : customizer(arrValue, othValue, index, array, other, stack); + } + if (compared !== undefined) { + if (compared) { + continue; + } + result = false; + break; + } + // Recursively compare arrays (susceptible to call stack limits). + if (seen) { + if (!arraySome(other, function(othValue, othIndex) { + if (!cacheHas(seen, othIndex) && + (arrValue === othValue || equalFunc(arrValue, othValue, customizer, bitmask, stack))) { + return seen.push(othIndex); + } + })) { + result = false; + break; + } + } else if (!( + arrValue === othValue || + equalFunc(arrValue, othValue, customizer, bitmask, stack) + )) { + result = false; + break; + } + } + stack['delete'](array); + stack['delete'](other); + return result; + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `baseIsEqualDeep` for comparing objects of + * the same `toStringTag`. + * + * **Note:** This function only supports comparing values with tags of + * `Boolean`, `Date`, `Error`, `Number`, `RegExp`, or `String`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to compare. + * @param {Object} other The other object to compare. + * @param {string} tag The `toStringTag` of the objects to compare. + * @param {Function} equalFunc The function to determine equivalents of values. + * @param {Function} customizer The function to customize comparisons. + * @param {number} bitmask The bitmask of comparison flags. See `baseIsEqual` + * for more details. + * @param {Object} stack Tracks traversed `object` and `other` objects. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if the objects are equivalent, else `false`. + */ + function equalByTag(object, other, tag, equalFunc, customizer, bitmask, stack) { + switch (tag) { + case dataViewTag: + if ((object.byteLength != other.byteLength) || + (object.byteOffset != other.byteOffset)) { + return false; + } + object = object.buffer; + other = other.buffer; + + case arrayBufferTag: + if ((object.byteLength != other.byteLength) || + !equalFunc(new Uint8Array(object), new Uint8Array(other))) { + return false; + } + return true; + + case boolTag: + case dateTag: + case numberTag: + // Coerce booleans to `1` or `0` and dates to milliseconds. + // Invalid dates are coerced to `NaN`. + return eq(+object, +other); + + case errorTag: + return object.name == other.name && object.message == other.message; + + case regexpTag: + case stringTag: + // Coerce regexes to strings and treat strings, primitives and objects, + // as equal. See http://www.ecma-international.org/ecma-262/7.0/#sec-regexp.prototype.tostring + // for more details. + return object == (other + ''); + + case mapTag: + var convert = mapToArray; + + case setTag: + var isPartial = bitmask & PARTIAL_COMPARE_FLAG; + convert || (convert = setToArray); + + if (object.size != other.size && !isPartial) { + return false; + } + // Assume cyclic values are equal. + var stacked = stack.get(object); + if (stacked) { + return stacked == other; + } + bitmask |= UNORDERED_COMPARE_FLAG; + + // Recursively compare objects (susceptible to call stack limits). + stack.set(object, other); + var result = equalArrays(convert(object), convert(other), equalFunc, customizer, bitmask, stack); + stack['delete'](object); + return result; + + case symbolTag: + if (symbolValueOf) { + return symbolValueOf.call(object) == symbolValueOf.call(other); + } + } + return false; + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `baseIsEqualDeep` for objects with support for + * partial deep comparisons. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to compare. + * @param {Object} other The other object to compare. + * @param {Function} equalFunc The function to determine equivalents of values. + * @param {Function} customizer The function to customize comparisons. + * @param {number} bitmask The bitmask of comparison flags. See `baseIsEqual` + * for more details. + * @param {Object} stack Tracks traversed `object` and `other` objects. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if the objects are equivalent, else `false`. + */ + function equalObjects(object, other, equalFunc, customizer, bitmask, stack) { + var isPartial = bitmask & PARTIAL_COMPARE_FLAG, + objProps = keys(object), + objLength = objProps.length, + othProps = keys(other), + othLength = othProps.length; + + if (objLength != othLength && !isPartial) { + return false; + } + var index = objLength; + while (index--) { + var key = objProps[index]; + if (!(isPartial ? key in other : hasOwnProperty.call(other, key))) { + return false; + } + } + // Assume cyclic values are equal. + var stacked = stack.get(object); + if (stacked && stack.get(other)) { + return stacked == other; + } + var result = true; + stack.set(object, other); + stack.set(other, object); + + var skipCtor = isPartial; + while (++index < objLength) { + key = objProps[index]; + var objValue = object[key], + othValue = other[key]; + + if (customizer) { + var compared = isPartial + ? customizer(othValue, objValue, key, other, object, stack) + : customizer(objValue, othValue, key, object, other, stack); + } + // Recursively compare objects (susceptible to call stack limits). + if (!(compared === undefined + ? (objValue === othValue || equalFunc(objValue, othValue, customizer, bitmask, stack)) + : compared + )) { + result = false; + break; + } + skipCtor || (skipCtor = key == 'constructor'); + } + if (result && !skipCtor) { + var objCtor = object.constructor, + othCtor = other.constructor; + + // Non `Object` object instances with different constructors are not equal. + if (objCtor != othCtor && + ('constructor' in object && 'constructor' in other) && + !(typeof objCtor == 'function' && objCtor instanceof objCtor && + typeof othCtor == 'function' && othCtor instanceof othCtor)) { + result = false; + } + } + stack['delete'](object); + stack['delete'](other); + return result; + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `baseRest` which flattens the rest array. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} func The function to apply a rest parameter to. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new function. + */ + function flatRest(func) { + return setToString(overRest(func, undefined, flatten), func + ''); + } + + /** + * Creates an array of own enumerable property names and symbols of `object`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to query. + * @returns {Array} Returns the array of property names and symbols. + */ + function getAllKeys(object) { + return baseGetAllKeys(object, keys, getSymbols); + } + + /** + * Creates an array of own and inherited enumerable property names and + * symbols of `object`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to query. + * @returns {Array} Returns the array of property names and symbols. + */ + function getAllKeysIn(object) { + return baseGetAllKeys(object, keysIn, getSymbolsIn); + } + + /** + * Gets metadata for `func`. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} func The function to query. + * @returns {*} Returns the metadata for `func`. + */ + var getData = !metaMap ? noop : function(func) { + return metaMap.get(func); + }; + + /** + * Gets the name of `func`. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} func The function to query. + * @returns {string} Returns the function name. + */ + function getFuncName(func) { + var result = (func.name + ''), + array = realNames[result], + length = hasOwnProperty.call(realNames, result) ? array.length : 0; + + while (length--) { + var data = array[length], + otherFunc = data.func; + if (otherFunc == null || otherFunc == func) { + return data.name; + } + } + return result; + } + + /** + * Gets the argument placeholder value for `func`. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} func The function to inspect. + * @returns {*} Returns the placeholder value. + */ + function getHolder(func) { + var object = hasOwnProperty.call(lodash, 'placeholder') ? lodash : func; + return object.placeholder; + } + + /** + * Gets the appropriate "iteratee" function. If `_.iteratee` is customized, + * this function returns the custom method, otherwise it returns `baseIteratee`. + * If arguments are provided, the chosen function is invoked with them and + * its result is returned. + * + * @private + * @param {*} [value] The value to convert to an iteratee. + * @param {number} [arity] The arity of the created iteratee. + * @returns {Function} Returns the chosen function or its result. + */ + function getIteratee() { + var result = lodash.iteratee || iteratee; + result = result === iteratee ? baseIteratee : result; + return arguments.length ? result(arguments[0], arguments[1]) : result; + } + + /** + * Gets the data for `map`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} map The map to query. + * @param {string} key The reference key. + * @returns {*} Returns the map data. + */ + function getMapData(map, key) { + var data = map.__data__; + return isKeyable(key) + ? data[typeof key == 'string' ? 'string' : 'hash'] + : data.map; + } + + /** + * Gets the property names, values, and compare flags of `object`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to query. + * @returns {Array} Returns the match data of `object`. + */ + function getMatchData(object) { + var result = keys(object), + length = result.length; + + while (length--) { + var key = result[length], + value = object[key]; + + result[length] = [key, value, isStrictComparable(value)]; + } + return result; + } + + /** + * Gets the native function at `key` of `object`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to query. + * @param {string} key The key of the method to get. + * @returns {*} Returns the function if it's native, else `undefined`. + */ + function getNative(object, key) { + var value = getValue(object, key); + return baseIsNative(value) ? value : undefined; + } + + /** + * Creates an array of the own enumerable symbol properties of `object`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to query. + * @returns {Array} Returns the array of symbols. + */ + var getSymbols = nativeGetSymbols ? overArg(nativeGetSymbols, Object) : stubArray; + + /** + * Creates an array of the own and inherited enumerable symbol properties + * of `object`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to query. + * @returns {Array} Returns the array of symbols. + */ + var getSymbolsIn = !nativeGetSymbols ? stubArray : function(object) { + var result = []; + while (object) { + arrayPush(result, getSymbols(object)); + object = getPrototype(object); + } + return result; + }; + + /** + * Gets the `toStringTag` of `value`. + * + * @private + * @param {*} value The value to query. + * @returns {string} Returns the `toStringTag`. + */ + var getTag = baseGetTag; + + // Fallback for data views, maps, sets, and weak maps in IE 11 and promises in Node.js < 6. + if ((DataView && getTag(new DataView(new ArrayBuffer(1))) != dataViewTag) || + (Map && getTag(new Map) != mapTag) || + (Promise && getTag(Promise.resolve()) != promiseTag) || + (Set && getTag(new Set) != setTag) || + (WeakMap && getTag(new WeakMap) != weakMapTag)) { + getTag = function(value) { + var result = objectToString.call(value), + Ctor = result == objectTag ? value.constructor : undefined, + ctorString = Ctor ? toSource(Ctor) : undefined; + + if (ctorString) { + switch (ctorString) { + case dataViewCtorString: return dataViewTag; + case mapCtorString: return mapTag; + case promiseCtorString: return promiseTag; + case setCtorString: return setTag; + case weakMapCtorString: return weakMapTag; + } + } + return result; + }; + } + + /** + * Gets the view, applying any `transforms` to the `start` and `end` positions. + * + * @private + * @param {number} start The start of the view. + * @param {number} end The end of the view. + * @param {Array} transforms The transformations to apply to the view. + * @returns {Object} Returns an object containing the `start` and `end` + * positions of the view. + */ + function getView(start, end, transforms) { + var index = -1, + length = transforms.length; + + while (++index < length) { + var data = transforms[index], + size = data.size; + + switch (data.type) { + case 'drop': start += size; break; + case 'dropRight': end -= size; break; + case 'take': end = nativeMin(end, start + size); break; + case 'takeRight': start = nativeMax(start, end - size); break; + } + } + return { 'start': start, 'end': end }; + } + + /** + * Extracts wrapper details from the `source` body comment. + * + * @private + * @param {string} source The source to inspect. + * @returns {Array} Returns the wrapper details. + */ + function getWrapDetails(source) { + var match = source.match(reWrapDetails); + return match ? match[1].split(reSplitDetails) : []; + } + + /** + * Checks if `path` exists on `object`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to query. + * @param {Array|string} path The path to check. + * @param {Function} hasFunc The function to check properties. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `path` exists, else `false`. + */ + function hasPath(object, path, hasFunc) { + path = isKey(path, object) ? [path] : castPath(path); + + var index = -1, + length = path.length, + result = false; + + while (++index < length) { + var key = toKey(path[index]); + if (!(result = object != null && hasFunc(object, key))) { + break; + } + object = object[key]; + } + if (result || ++index != length) { + return result; + } + length = object ? object.length : 0; + return !!length && isLength(length) && isIndex(key, length) && + (isArray(object) || isArguments(object)); + } + + /** + * Initializes an array clone. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to clone. + * @returns {Array} Returns the initialized clone. + */ + function initCloneArray(array) { + var length = array.length, + result = array.constructor(length); + + // Add properties assigned by `RegExp#exec`. + if (length && typeof array[0] == 'string' && hasOwnProperty.call(array, 'index')) { + result.index = array.index; + result.input = array.input; + } + return result; + } + + /** + * Initializes an object clone. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to clone. + * @returns {Object} Returns the initialized clone. + */ + function initCloneObject(object) { + return (typeof object.constructor == 'function' && !isPrototype(object)) + ? baseCreate(getPrototype(object)) + : {}; + } + + /** + * Initializes an object clone based on its `toStringTag`. + * + * **Note:** This function only supports cloning values with tags of + * `Boolean`, `Date`, `Error`, `Number`, `RegExp`, or `String`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to clone. + * @param {string} tag The `toStringTag` of the object to clone. + * @param {Function} cloneFunc The function to clone values. + * @param {boolean} [isDeep] Specify a deep clone. + * @returns {Object} Returns the initialized clone. + */ + function initCloneByTag(object, tag, cloneFunc, isDeep) { + var Ctor = object.constructor; + switch (tag) { + case arrayBufferTag: + return cloneArrayBuffer(object); + + case boolTag: + case dateTag: + return new Ctor(+object); + + case dataViewTag: + return cloneDataView(object, isDeep); + + case float32Tag: case float64Tag: + case int8Tag: case int16Tag: case int32Tag: + case uint8Tag: case uint8ClampedTag: case uint16Tag: case uint32Tag: + return cloneTypedArray(object, isDeep); + + case mapTag: + return cloneMap(object, isDeep, cloneFunc); + + case numberTag: + case stringTag: + return new Ctor(object); + + case regexpTag: + return cloneRegExp(object); + + case setTag: + return cloneSet(object, isDeep, cloneFunc); + + case symbolTag: + return cloneSymbol(object); + } + } + + /** + * Inserts wrapper `details` in a comment at the top of the `source` body. + * + * @private + * @param {string} source The source to modify. + * @returns {Array} details The details to insert. + * @returns {string} Returns the modified source. + */ + function insertWrapDetails(source, details) { + var length = details.length; + if (!length) { + return source; + } + var lastIndex = length - 1; + details[lastIndex] = (length > 1 ? '& ' : '') + details[lastIndex]; + details = details.join(length > 2 ? ', ' : ' '); + return source.replace(reWrapComment, '{\n/* [wrapped with ' + details + '] */\n'); + } + + /** + * Checks if `value` is a flattenable `arguments` object or array. + * + * @private + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is flattenable, else `false`. + */ + function isFlattenable(value) { + return isArray(value) || isArguments(value) || + !!(spreadableSymbol && value && value[spreadableSymbol]); + } + + /** + * Checks if `value` is a valid array-like index. + * + * @private + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @param {number} [length=MAX_SAFE_INTEGER] The upper bounds of a valid index. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is a valid index, else `false`. + */ + function isIndex(value, length) { + length = length == null ? MAX_SAFE_INTEGER : length; + return !!length && + (typeof value == 'number' || reIsUint.test(value)) && + (value > -1 && value % 1 == 0 && value < length); + } + + /** + * Checks if the given arguments are from an iteratee call. + * + * @private + * @param {*} value The potential iteratee value argument. + * @param {*} index The potential iteratee index or key argument. + * @param {*} object The potential iteratee object argument. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if the arguments are from an iteratee call, + * else `false`. + */ + function isIterateeCall(value, index, object) { + if (!isObject(object)) { + return false; + } + var type = typeof index; + if (type == 'number' + ? (isArrayLike(object) && isIndex(index, object.length)) + : (type == 'string' && index in object) + ) { + return eq(object[index], value); + } + return false; + } + + /** + * Checks if `value` is a property name and not a property path. + * + * @private + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @param {Object} [object] The object to query keys on. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is a property name, else `false`. + */ + function isKey(value, object) { + if (isArray(value)) { + return false; + } + var type = typeof value; + if (type == 'number' || type == 'symbol' || type == 'boolean' || + value == null || isSymbol(value)) { + return true; + } + return reIsPlainProp.test(value) || !reIsDeepProp.test(value) || + (object != null && value in Object(object)); + } + + /** + * Checks if `value` is suitable for use as unique object key. + * + * @private + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is suitable, else `false`. + */ + function isKeyable(value) { + var type = typeof value; + return (type == 'string' || type == 'number' || type == 'symbol' || type == 'boolean') + ? (value !== '__proto__') + : (value === null); + } + + /** + * Checks if `func` has a lazy counterpart. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} func The function to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `func` has a lazy counterpart, + * else `false`. + */ + function isLaziable(func) { + var funcName = getFuncName(func), + other = lodash[funcName]; + + if (typeof other != 'function' || !(funcName in LazyWrapper.prototype)) { + return false; + } + if (func === other) { + return true; + } + var data = getData(other); + return !!data && func === data[0]; + } + + /** + * Checks if `func` has its source masked. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} func The function to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `func` is masked, else `false`. + */ + function isMasked(func) { + return !!maskSrcKey && (maskSrcKey in func); + } + + /** + * Checks if `func` is capable of being masked. + * + * @private + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `func` is maskable, else `false`. + */ + var isMaskable = coreJsData ? isFunction : stubFalse; + + /** + * Checks if `value` is likely a prototype object. + * + * @private + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is a prototype, else `false`. + */ + function isPrototype(value) { + var Ctor = value && value.constructor, + proto = (typeof Ctor == 'function' && Ctor.prototype) || objectProto; + + return value === proto; + } + + /** + * Checks if `value` is suitable for strict equality comparisons, i.e. `===`. + * + * @private + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` if suitable for strict + * equality comparisons, else `false`. + */ + function isStrictComparable(value) { + return value === value && !isObject(value); + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `matchesProperty` for source values suitable + * for strict equality comparisons, i.e. `===`. + * + * @private + * @param {string} key The key of the property to get. + * @param {*} srcValue The value to match. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new spec function. + */ + function matchesStrictComparable(key, srcValue) { + return function(object) { + if (object == null) { + return false; + } + return object[key] === srcValue && + (srcValue !== undefined || (key in Object(object))); + }; + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `_.memoize` which clears the memoized function's + * cache when it exceeds `MAX_MEMOIZE_SIZE`. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} func The function to have its output memoized. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new memoized function. + */ + function memoizeCapped(func) { + var result = memoize(func, function(key) { + if (cache.size === MAX_MEMOIZE_SIZE) { + cache.clear(); + } + return key; + }); + + var cache = result.cache; + return result; + } + + /** + * Merges the function metadata of `source` into `data`. + * + * Merging metadata reduces the number of wrappers used to invoke a function. + * This is possible because methods like `_.bind`, `_.curry`, and `_.partial` + * may be applied regardless of execution order. Methods like `_.ary` and + * `_.rearg` modify function arguments, making the order in which they are + * executed important, preventing the merging of metadata. However, we make + * an exception for a safe combined case where curried functions have `_.ary` + * and or `_.rearg` applied. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} data The destination metadata. + * @param {Array} source The source metadata. + * @returns {Array} Returns `data`. + */ + function mergeData(data, source) { + var bitmask = data[1], + srcBitmask = source[1], + newBitmask = bitmask | srcBitmask, + isCommon = newBitmask < (BIND_FLAG | BIND_KEY_FLAG | ARY_FLAG); + + var isCombo = + ((srcBitmask == ARY_FLAG) && (bitmask == CURRY_FLAG)) || + ((srcBitmask == ARY_FLAG) && (bitmask == REARG_FLAG) && (data[7].length <= source[8])) || + ((srcBitmask == (ARY_FLAG | REARG_FLAG)) && (source[7].length <= source[8]) && (bitmask == CURRY_FLAG)); + + // Exit early if metadata can't be merged. + if (!(isCommon || isCombo)) { + return data; + } + // Use source `thisArg` if available. + if (srcBitmask & BIND_FLAG) { + data[2] = source[2]; + // Set when currying a bound function. + newBitmask |= bitmask & BIND_FLAG ? 0 : CURRY_BOUND_FLAG; + } + // Compose partial arguments. + var value = source[3]; + if (value) { + var partials = data[3]; + data[3] = partials ? composeArgs(partials, value, source[4]) : value; + data[4] = partials ? replaceHolders(data[3], PLACEHOLDER) : source[4]; + } + // Compose partial right arguments. + value = source[5]; + if (value) { + partials = data[5]; + data[5] = partials ? composeArgsRight(partials, value, source[6]) : value; + data[6] = partials ? replaceHolders(data[5], PLACEHOLDER) : source[6]; + } + // Use source `argPos` if available. + value = source[7]; + if (value) { + data[7] = value; + } + // Use source `ary` if it's smaller. + if (srcBitmask & ARY_FLAG) { + data[8] = data[8] == null ? source[8] : nativeMin(data[8], source[8]); + } + // Use source `arity` if one is not provided. + if (data[9] == null) { + data[9] = source[9]; + } + // Use source `func` and merge bitmasks. + data[0] = source[0]; + data[1] = newBitmask; + + return data; + } + + /** + * Used by `_.defaultsDeep` to customize its `_.merge` use. + * + * @private + * @param {*} objValue The destination value. + * @param {*} srcValue The source value. + * @param {string} key The key of the property to merge. + * @param {Object} object The parent object of `objValue`. + * @param {Object} source The parent object of `srcValue`. + * @param {Object} [stack] Tracks traversed source values and their merged + * counterparts. + * @returns {*} Returns the value to assign. + */ + function mergeDefaults(objValue, srcValue, key, object, source, stack) { + if (isObject(objValue) && isObject(srcValue)) { + // Recursively merge objects and arrays (susceptible to call stack limits). + stack.set(srcValue, objValue); + baseMerge(objValue, srcValue, undefined, mergeDefaults, stack); + stack['delete'](srcValue); + } + return objValue; + } + + /** + * This function is like + * [`Object.keys`](http://ecma-international.org/ecma-262/7.0/#sec-object.keys) + * except that it includes inherited enumerable properties. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to query. + * @returns {Array} Returns the array of property names. + */ + function nativeKeysIn(object) { + var result = []; + if (object != null) { + for (var key in Object(object)) { + result.push(key); + } + } + return result; + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `baseRest` which transforms the rest array. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} func The function to apply a rest parameter to. + * @param {number} [start=func.length-1] The start position of the rest parameter. + * @param {Function} transform The rest array transform. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new function. + */ + function overRest(func, start, transform) { + start = nativeMax(start === undefined ? (func.length - 1) : start, 0); + return function() { + var args = arguments, + index = -1, + length = nativeMax(args.length - start, 0), + array = Array(length); + + while (++index < length) { + array[index] = args[start + index]; + } + index = -1; + var otherArgs = Array(start + 1); + while (++index < start) { + otherArgs[index] = args[index]; + } + otherArgs[start] = transform(array); + return apply(func, this, otherArgs); + }; + } + + /** + * Gets the parent value at `path` of `object`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to query. + * @param {Array} path The path to get the parent value of. + * @returns {*} Returns the parent value. + */ + function parent(object, path) { + return path.length == 1 ? object : baseGet(object, baseSlice(path, 0, -1)); + } + + /** + * Reorder `array` according to the specified indexes where the element at + * the first index is assigned as the first element, the element at + * the second index is assigned as the second element, and so on. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to reorder. + * @param {Array} indexes The arranged array indexes. + * @returns {Array} Returns `array`. + */ + function reorder(array, indexes) { + var arrLength = array.length, + length = nativeMin(indexes.length, arrLength), + oldArray = copyArray(array); + + while (length--) { + var index = indexes[length]; + array[length] = isIndex(index, arrLength) ? oldArray[index] : undefined; + } + return array; + } + + /** + * Sets metadata for `func`. + * + * **Note:** If this function becomes hot, i.e. is invoked a lot in a short + * period of time, it will trip its breaker and transition to an identity + * function to avoid garbage collection pauses in V8. See + * [V8 issue 2070](https://bugs.chromium.org/p/v8/issues/detail?id=2070) + * for more details. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} func The function to associate metadata with. + * @param {*} data The metadata. + * @returns {Function} Returns `func`. + */ + var setData = shortOut(baseSetData); + + /** + * A simple wrapper around the global [`setTimeout`](https://mdn.io/setTimeout). + * + * @private + * @param {Function} func The function to delay. + * @param {number} wait The number of milliseconds to delay invocation. + * @returns {number|Object} Returns the timer id or timeout object. + */ + var setTimeout = ctxSetTimeout || function(func, wait) { + return root.setTimeout(func, wait); + }; + + /** + * Sets the `toString` method of `func` to return `string`. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} func The function to modify. + * @param {Function} string The `toString` result. + * @returns {Function} Returns `func`. + */ + var setToString = shortOut(baseSetToString); + + /** + * Sets the `toString` method of `wrapper` to mimic the source of `reference` + * with wrapper details in a comment at the top of the source body. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} wrapper The function to modify. + * @param {Function} reference The reference function. + * @param {number} bitmask The bitmask flags. See `createWrap` for more details. + * @returns {Function} Returns `wrapper`. + */ + function setWrapToString(wrapper, reference, bitmask) { + var source = (reference + ''); + return setToString(wrapper, insertWrapDetails(source, updateWrapDetails(getWrapDetails(source), bitmask))); + } + + /** + * Creates a function that'll short out and invoke `identity` instead + * of `func` when it's called `HOT_COUNT` or more times in `HOT_SPAN` + * milliseconds. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} func The function to restrict. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new shortable function. + */ + function shortOut(func) { + var count = 0, + lastCalled = 0; + + return function() { + var stamp = nativeNow(), + remaining = HOT_SPAN - (stamp - lastCalled); + + lastCalled = stamp; + if (remaining > 0) { + if (++count >= HOT_COUNT) { + return arguments[0]; + } + } else { + count = 0; + } + return func.apply(undefined, arguments); + }; + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `arrayShuffle` which mutates `array`. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to shuffle. + * @returns {Array} Returns `array`. + */ + function shuffleSelf(array) { + var index = -1, + length = array.length, + lastIndex = length - 1; + + while (++index < length) { + var rand = baseRandom(index, lastIndex), + value = array[rand]; + + array[rand] = array[index]; + array[index] = value; + } + return array; + } + + /** + * Converts `string` to a property path array. + * + * @private + * @param {string} string The string to convert. + * @returns {Array} Returns the property path array. + */ + var stringToPath = memoizeCapped(function(string) { + string = toString(string); + + var result = []; + if (reLeadingDot.test(string)) { + result.push(''); + } + string.replace(rePropName, function(match, number, quote, string) { + result.push(quote ? string.replace(reEscapeChar, '$1') : (number || match)); + }); + return result; + }); + + /** + * Converts `value` to a string key if it's not a string or symbol. + * + * @private + * @param {*} value The value to inspect. + * @returns {string|symbol} Returns the key. + */ + function toKey(value) { + if (typeof value == 'string' || isSymbol(value)) { + return value; + } + var result = (value + ''); + return (result == '0' && (1 / value) == -INFINITY) ? '-0' : result; + } + + /** + * Converts `func` to its source code. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} func The function to process. + * @returns {string} Returns the source code. + */ + function toSource(func) { + if (func != null) { + try { + return funcToString.call(func); + } catch (e) {} + try { + return (func + ''); + } catch (e) {} + } + return ''; + } + + /** + * Updates wrapper `details` based on `bitmask` flags. + * + * @private + * @returns {Array} details The details to modify. + * @param {number} bitmask The bitmask flags. See `createWrap` for more details. + * @returns {Array} Returns `details`. + */ + function updateWrapDetails(details, bitmask) { + arrayEach(wrapFlags, function(pair) { + var value = '_.' + pair[0]; + if ((bitmask & pair[1]) && !arrayIncludes(details, value)) { + details.push(value); + } + }); + return details.sort(); + } + + /** + * Creates a clone of `wrapper`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} wrapper The wrapper to clone. + * @returns {Object} Returns the cloned wrapper. + */ + function wrapperClone(wrapper) { + if (wrapper instanceof LazyWrapper) { + return wrapper.clone(); + } + var result = new LodashWrapper(wrapper.__wrapped__, wrapper.__chain__); + result.__actions__ = copyArray(wrapper.__actions__); + result.__index__ = wrapper.__index__; + result.__values__ = wrapper.__values__; + return result; + } + + /*------------------------------------------------------------------------*/ + + /** + * Creates an array of elements split into groups the length of `size`. + * If `array` can't be split evenly, the final chunk will be the remaining + * elements. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to process. + * @param {number} [size=1] The length of each chunk + * @param- {Object} [guard] Enables use as an iteratee for methods like `_.map`. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new array of chunks. + * @example + * + * _.chunk(['a', 'b', 'c', 'd'], 2); + * // => [['a', 'b'], ['c', 'd']] + * + * _.chunk(['a', 'b', 'c', 'd'], 3); + * // => [['a', 'b', 'c'], ['d']] + */ + function chunk(array, size, guard) { + if ((guard ? isIterateeCall(array, size, guard) : size === undefined)) { + size = 1; + } else { + size = nativeMax(toInteger(size), 0); + } + var length = array ? array.length : 0; + if (!length || size < 1) { + return []; + } + var index = 0, + resIndex = 0, + result = Array(nativeCeil(length / size)); + + while (index < length) { + result[resIndex++] = baseSlice(array, index, (index += size)); + } + return result; + } + + /** + * Creates an array with all falsey values removed. The values `false`, `null`, + * `0`, `""`, `undefined`, and `NaN` are falsey. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to compact. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new array of filtered values. + * @example + * + * _.compact([0, 1, false, 2, '', 3]); + * // => [1, 2, 3] + */ + function compact(array) { + var index = -1, + length = array ? array.length : 0, + resIndex = 0, + result = []; + + while (++index < length) { + var value = array[index]; + if (value) { + result[resIndex++] = value; + } + } + return result; + } + + /** + * Creates a new array concatenating `array` with any additional arrays + * and/or values. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to concatenate. + * @param {...*} [values] The values to concatenate. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new concatenated array. + * @example + * + * var array = [1]; + * var other = _.concat(array, 2, [3], [[4]]); + * + * console.log(other); + * // => [1, 2, 3, [4]] + * + * console.log(array); + * // => [1] + */ + function concat() { + var length = arguments.length; + if (!length) { + return []; + } + var args = Array(length - 1), + array = arguments[0], + index = length; + + while (index--) { + args[index - 1] = arguments[index]; + } + return arrayPush(isArray(array) ? copyArray(array) : [array], baseFlatten(args, 1)); + } + + /** + * Creates an array of `array` values not included in the other given arrays + * using [`SameValueZero`](http://ecma-international.org/ecma-262/7.0/#sec-samevaluezero) + * for equality comparisons. The order and references of result values are + * determined by the first array. + * + * **Note:** Unlike `_.pullAll`, this method returns a new array. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to inspect. + * @param {...Array} [values] The values to exclude. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new array of filtered values. + * @see _.without, _.xor + * @example + * + * _.difference([2, 1], [2, 3]); + * // => [1] + */ + var difference = baseRest(function(array, values) { + return isArrayLikeObject(array) + ? baseDifference(array, baseFlatten(values, 1, isArrayLikeObject, true)) + : []; + }); + + /** + * This method is like `_.difference` except that it accepts `iteratee` which + * is invoked for each element of `array` and `values` to generate the criterion + * by which they're compared. The order and references of result values are + * determined by the first array. The iteratee is invoked with one argument: + * (value). + * + * **Note:** Unlike `_.pullAllBy`, this method returns a new array. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to inspect. + * @param {...Array} [values] The values to exclude. + * @param {Function} [iteratee=_.identity] The iteratee invoked per element. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new array of filtered values. + * @example + * + * _.differenceBy([2.1, 1.2], [2.3, 3.4], Math.floor); + * // => [1.2] + * + * // The `_.property` iteratee shorthand. + * _.differenceBy([{ 'x': 2 }, { 'x': 1 }], [{ 'x': 1 }], 'x'); + * // => [{ 'x': 2 }] + */ + var differenceBy = baseRest(function(array, values) { + var iteratee = last(values); + if (isArrayLikeObject(iteratee)) { + iteratee = undefined; + } + return isArrayLikeObject(array) + ? baseDifference(array, baseFlatten(values, 1, isArrayLikeObject, true), getIteratee(iteratee, 2)) + : []; + }); + + /** + * This method is like `_.difference` except that it accepts `comparator` + * which is invoked to compare elements of `array` to `values`. The order and + * references of result values are determined by the first array. The comparator + * is invoked with two arguments: (arrVal, othVal). + * + * **Note:** Unlike `_.pullAllWith`, this method returns a new array. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to inspect. + * @param {...Array} [values] The values to exclude. + * @param {Function} [comparator] The comparator invoked per element. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new array of filtered values. + * @example + * + * var objects = [{ 'x': 1, 'y': 2 }, { 'x': 2, 'y': 1 }]; + * + * _.differenceWith(objects, [{ 'x': 1, 'y': 2 }], _.isEqual); + * // => [{ 'x': 2, 'y': 1 }] + */ + var differenceWith = baseRest(function(array, values) { + var comparator = last(values); + if (isArrayLikeObject(comparator)) { + comparator = undefined; + } + return isArrayLikeObject(array) + ? baseDifference(array, baseFlatten(values, 1, isArrayLikeObject, true), undefined, comparator) + : []; + }); + + /** + * Creates a slice of `array` with `n` elements dropped from the beginning. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.5.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to query. + * @param {number} [n=1] The number of elements to drop. + * @param- {Object} [guard] Enables use as an iteratee for methods like `_.map`. + * @returns {Array} Returns the slice of `array`. + * @example + * + * _.drop([1, 2, 3]); + * // => [2, 3] + * + * _.drop([1, 2, 3], 2); + * // => [3] + * + * _.drop([1, 2, 3], 5); + * // => [] + * + * _.drop([1, 2, 3], 0); + * // => [1, 2, 3] + */ + function drop(array, n, guard) { + var length = array ? array.length : 0; + if (!length) { + return []; + } + n = (guard || n === undefined) ? 1 : toInteger(n); + return baseSlice(array, n < 0 ? 0 : n, length); + } + + /** + * Creates a slice of `array` with `n` elements dropped from the end. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to query. + * @param {number} [n=1] The number of elements to drop. + * @param- {Object} [guard] Enables use as an iteratee for methods like `_.map`. + * @returns {Array} Returns the slice of `array`. + * @example + * + * _.dropRight([1, 2, 3]); + * // => [1, 2] + * + * _.dropRight([1, 2, 3], 2); + * // => [1] + * + * _.dropRight([1, 2, 3], 5); + * // => [] + * + * _.dropRight([1, 2, 3], 0); + * // => [1, 2, 3] + */ + function dropRight(array, n, guard) { + var length = array ? array.length : 0; + if (!length) { + return []; + } + n = (guard || n === undefined) ? 1 : toInteger(n); + n = length - n; + return baseSlice(array, 0, n < 0 ? 0 : n); + } + + /** + * Creates a slice of `array` excluding elements dropped from the end. + * Elements are dropped until `predicate` returns falsey. The predicate is + * invoked with three arguments: (value, index, array). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to query. + * @param {Function} [predicate=_.identity] The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {Array} Returns the slice of `array`. + * @example + * + * var users = [ + * { 'user': 'barney', 'active': true }, + * { 'user': 'fred', 'active': false }, + * { 'user': 'pebbles', 'active': false } + * ]; + * + * _.dropRightWhile(users, function(o) { return !o.active; }); + * // => objects for ['barney'] + * + * // The `_.matches` iteratee shorthand. + * _.dropRightWhile(users, { 'user': 'pebbles', 'active': false }); + * // => objects for ['barney', 'fred'] + * + * // The `_.matchesProperty` iteratee shorthand. + * _.dropRightWhile(users, ['active', false]); + * // => objects for ['barney'] + * + * // The `_.property` iteratee shorthand. + * _.dropRightWhile(users, 'active'); + * // => objects for ['barney', 'fred', 'pebbles'] + */ + function dropRightWhile(array, predicate) { + return (array && array.length) + ? baseWhile(array, getIteratee(predicate, 3), true, true) + : []; + } + + /** + * Creates a slice of `array` excluding elements dropped from the beginning. + * Elements are dropped until `predicate` returns falsey. The predicate is + * invoked with three arguments: (value, index, array). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to query. + * @param {Function} [predicate=_.identity] + * The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {Array} Returns the slice of `array`. + * @example + * + * var users = [ + * { 'user': 'barney', 'active': false }, + * { 'user': 'fred', 'active': false }, + * { 'user': 'pebbles', 'active': true } + * ]; + * + * _.dropWhile(users, function(o) { return !o.active; }); + * // => objects for ['pebbles'] + * + * // The `_.matches` iteratee shorthand. + * _.dropWhile(users, { 'user': 'barney', 'active': false }); + * // => objects for ['fred', 'pebbles'] + * + * // The `_.matchesProperty` iteratee shorthand. + * _.dropWhile(users, ['active', false]); + * // => objects for ['pebbles'] + * + * // The `_.property` iteratee shorthand. + * _.dropWhile(users, 'active'); + * // => objects for ['barney', 'fred', 'pebbles'] + */ + function dropWhile(array, predicate) { + return (array && array.length) + ? baseWhile(array, getIteratee(predicate, 3), true) + : []; + } + + /** + * Fills elements of `array` with `value` from `start` up to, but not + * including, `end`. + * + * **Note:** This method mutates `array`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.2.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to fill. + * @param {*} value The value to fill `array` with. + * @param {number} [start=0] The start position. + * @param {number} [end=array.length] The end position. + * @returns {Array} Returns `array`. + * @example + * + * var array = [1, 2, 3]; + * + * _.fill(array, 'a'); + * console.log(array); + * // => ['a', 'a', 'a'] + * + * _.fill(Array(3), 2); + * // => [2, 2, 2] + * + * _.fill([4, 6, 8, 10], '*', 1, 3); + * // => [4, '*', '*', 10] + */ + function fill(array, value, start, end) { + var length = array ? array.length : 0; + if (!length) { + return []; + } + if (start && typeof start != 'number' && isIterateeCall(array, value, start)) { + start = 0; + end = length; + } + return baseFill(array, value, start, end); + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.find` except that it returns the index of the first + * element `predicate` returns truthy for instead of the element itself. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 1.1.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to inspect. + * @param {Function} [predicate=_.identity] + * The function invoked per iteration. + * @param {number} [fromIndex=0] The index to search from. + * @returns {number} Returns the index of the found element, else `-1`. + * @example + * + * var users = [ + * { 'user': 'barney', 'active': false }, + * { 'user': 'fred', 'active': false }, + * { 'user': 'pebbles', 'active': true } + * ]; + * + * _.findIndex(users, function(o) { return o.user == 'barney'; }); + * // => 0 + * + * // The `_.matches` iteratee shorthand. + * _.findIndex(users, { 'user': 'fred', 'active': false }); + * // => 1 + * + * // The `_.matchesProperty` iteratee shorthand. + * _.findIndex(users, ['active', false]); + * // => 0 + * + * // The `_.property` iteratee shorthand. + * _.findIndex(users, 'active'); + * // => 2 + */ + function findIndex(array, predicate, fromIndex) { + var length = array ? array.length : 0; + if (!length) { + return -1; + } + var index = fromIndex == null ? 0 : toInteger(fromIndex); + if (index < 0) { + index = nativeMax(length + index, 0); + } + return baseFindIndex(array, getIteratee(predicate, 3), index); + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.findIndex` except that it iterates over elements + * of `collection` from right to left. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 2.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to inspect. + * @param {Function} [predicate=_.identity] + * The function invoked per iteration. + * @param {number} [fromIndex=array.length-1] The index to search from. + * @returns {number} Returns the index of the found element, else `-1`. + * @example + * + * var users = [ + * { 'user': 'barney', 'active': true }, + * { 'user': 'fred', 'active': false }, + * { 'user': 'pebbles', 'active': false } + * ]; + * + * _.findLastIndex(users, function(o) { return o.user == 'pebbles'; }); + * // => 2 + * + * // The `_.matches` iteratee shorthand. + * _.findLastIndex(users, { 'user': 'barney', 'active': true }); + * // => 0 + * + * // The `_.matchesProperty` iteratee shorthand. + * _.findLastIndex(users, ['active', false]); + * // => 2 + * + * // The `_.property` iteratee shorthand. + * _.findLastIndex(users, 'active'); + * // => 0 + */ + function findLastIndex(array, predicate, fromIndex) { + var length = array ? array.length : 0; + if (!length) { + return -1; + } + var index = length - 1; + if (fromIndex !== undefined) { + index = toInteger(fromIndex); + index = fromIndex < 0 + ? nativeMax(length + index, 0) + : nativeMin(index, length - 1); + } + return baseFindIndex(array, getIteratee(predicate, 3), index, true); + } + + /** + * Flattens `array` a single level deep. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to flatten. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new flattened array. + * @example + * + * _.flatten([1, [2, [3, [4]], 5]]); + * // => [1, 2, [3, [4]], 5] + */ + function flatten(array) { + var length = array ? array.length : 0; + return length ? baseFlatten(array, 1) : []; + } + + /** + * Recursively flattens `array`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to flatten. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new flattened array. + * @example + * + * _.flattenDeep([1, [2, [3, [4]], 5]]); + * // => [1, 2, 3, 4, 5] + */ + function flattenDeep(array) { + var length = array ? array.length : 0; + return length ? baseFlatten(array, INFINITY) : []; + } + + /** + * Recursively flatten `array` up to `depth` times. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.4.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to flatten. + * @param {number} [depth=1] The maximum recursion depth. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new flattened array. + * @example + * + * var array = [1, [2, [3, [4]], 5]]; + * + * _.flattenDepth(array, 1); + * // => [1, 2, [3, [4]], 5] + * + * _.flattenDepth(array, 2); + * // => [1, 2, 3, [4], 5] + */ + function flattenDepth(array, depth) { + var length = array ? array.length : 0; + if (!length) { + return []; + } + depth = depth === undefined ? 1 : toInteger(depth); + return baseFlatten(array, depth); + } + + /** + * The inverse of `_.toPairs`; this method returns an object composed + * from key-value `pairs`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} pairs The key-value pairs. + * @returns {Object} Returns the new object. + * @example + * + * _.fromPairs([['a', 1], ['b', 2]]); + * // => { 'a': 1, 'b': 2 } + */ + function fromPairs(pairs) { + var index = -1, + length = pairs ? pairs.length : 0, + result = {}; + + while (++index < length) { + var pair = pairs[index]; + result[pair[0]] = pair[1]; + } + return result; + } + + /** + * Gets the first element of `array`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @alias first + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to query. + * @returns {*} Returns the first element of `array`. + * @example + * + * _.head([1, 2, 3]); + * // => 1 + * + * _.head([]); + * // => undefined + */ + function head(array) { + return (array && array.length) ? array[0] : undefined; + } + + /** + * Gets the index at which the first occurrence of `value` is found in `array` + * using [`SameValueZero`](http://ecma-international.org/ecma-262/7.0/#sec-samevaluezero) + * for equality comparisons. If `fromIndex` is negative, it's used as the + * offset from the end of `array`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to inspect. + * @param {*} value The value to search for. + * @param {number} [fromIndex=0] The index to search from. + * @returns {number} Returns the index of the matched value, else `-1`. + * @example + * + * _.indexOf([1, 2, 1, 2], 2); + * // => 1 + * + * // Search from the `fromIndex`. + * _.indexOf([1, 2, 1, 2], 2, 2); + * // => 3 + */ + function indexOf(array, value, fromIndex) { + var length = array ? array.length : 0; + if (!length) { + return -1; + } + var index = fromIndex == null ? 0 : toInteger(fromIndex); + if (index < 0) { + index = nativeMax(length + index, 0); + } + return baseIndexOf(array, value, index); + } + + /** + * Gets all but the last element of `array`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to query. + * @returns {Array} Returns the slice of `array`. + * @example + * + * _.initial([1, 2, 3]); + * // => [1, 2] + */ + function initial(array) { + var length = array ? array.length : 0; + return length ? baseSlice(array, 0, -1) : []; + } + + /** + * Creates an array of unique values that are included in all given arrays + * using [`SameValueZero`](http://ecma-international.org/ecma-262/7.0/#sec-samevaluezero) + * for equality comparisons. The order and references of result values are + * determined by the first array. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Array + * @param {...Array} [arrays] The arrays to inspect. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new array of intersecting values. + * @example + * + * _.intersection([2, 1], [2, 3]); + * // => [2] + */ + var intersection = baseRest(function(arrays) { + var mapped = arrayMap(arrays, castArrayLikeObject); + return (mapped.length && mapped[0] === arrays[0]) + ? baseIntersection(mapped) + : []; + }); + + /** + * This method is like `_.intersection` except that it accepts `iteratee` + * which is invoked for each element of each `arrays` to generate the criterion + * by which they're compared. The order and references of result values are + * determined by the first array. The iteratee is invoked with one argument: + * (value). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {...Array} [arrays] The arrays to inspect. + * @param {Function} [iteratee=_.identity] The iteratee invoked per element. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new array of intersecting values. + * @example + * + * _.intersectionBy([2.1, 1.2], [2.3, 3.4], Math.floor); + * // => [2.1] + * + * // The `_.property` iteratee shorthand. + * _.intersectionBy([{ 'x': 1 }], [{ 'x': 2 }, { 'x': 1 }], 'x'); + * // => [{ 'x': 1 }] + */ + var intersectionBy = baseRest(function(arrays) { + var iteratee = last(arrays), + mapped = arrayMap(arrays, castArrayLikeObject); + + if (iteratee === last(mapped)) { + iteratee = undefined; + } else { + mapped.pop(); + } + return (mapped.length && mapped[0] === arrays[0]) + ? baseIntersection(mapped, getIteratee(iteratee, 2)) + : []; + }); + + /** + * This method is like `_.intersection` except that it accepts `comparator` + * which is invoked to compare elements of `arrays`. The order and references + * of result values are determined by the first array. The comparator is + * invoked with two arguments: (arrVal, othVal). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {...Array} [arrays] The arrays to inspect. + * @param {Function} [comparator] The comparator invoked per element. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new array of intersecting values. + * @example + * + * var objects = [{ 'x': 1, 'y': 2 }, { 'x': 2, 'y': 1 }]; + * var others = [{ 'x': 1, 'y': 1 }, { 'x': 1, 'y': 2 }]; + * + * _.intersectionWith(objects, others, _.isEqual); + * // => [{ 'x': 1, 'y': 2 }] + */ + var intersectionWith = baseRest(function(arrays) { + var comparator = last(arrays), + mapped = arrayMap(arrays, castArrayLikeObject); + + if (comparator === last(mapped)) { + comparator = undefined; + } else { + mapped.pop(); + } + return (mapped.length && mapped[0] === arrays[0]) + ? baseIntersection(mapped, undefined, comparator) + : []; + }); + + /** + * Converts all elements in `array` into a string separated by `separator`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to convert. + * @param {string} [separator=','] The element separator. + * @returns {string} Returns the joined string. + * @example + * + * _.join(['a', 'b', 'c'], '~'); + * // => 'a~b~c' + */ + function join(array, separator) { + return array ? nativeJoin.call(array, separator) : ''; + } + + /** + * Gets the last element of `array`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to query. + * @returns {*} Returns the last element of `array`. + * @example + * + * _.last([1, 2, 3]); + * // => 3 + */ + function last(array) { + var length = array ? array.length : 0; + return length ? array[length - 1] : undefined; + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.indexOf` except that it iterates over elements of + * `array` from right to left. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to inspect. + * @param {*} value The value to search for. + * @param {number} [fromIndex=array.length-1] The index to search from. + * @returns {number} Returns the index of the matched value, else `-1`. + * @example + * + * _.lastIndexOf([1, 2, 1, 2], 2); + * // => 3 + * + * // Search from the `fromIndex`. + * _.lastIndexOf([1, 2, 1, 2], 2, 2); + * // => 1 + */ + function lastIndexOf(array, value, fromIndex) { + var length = array ? array.length : 0; + if (!length) { + return -1; + } + var index = length; + if (fromIndex !== undefined) { + index = toInteger(fromIndex); + index = index < 0 ? nativeMax(length + index, 0) : nativeMin(index, length - 1); + } + return value === value + ? strictLastIndexOf(array, value, index) + : baseFindIndex(array, baseIsNaN, index, true); + } + + /** + * Gets the element at index `n` of `array`. If `n` is negative, the nth + * element from the end is returned. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.11.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to query. + * @param {number} [n=0] The index of the element to return. + * @returns {*} Returns the nth element of `array`. + * @example + * + * var array = ['a', 'b', 'c', 'd']; + * + * _.nth(array, 1); + * // => 'b' + * + * _.nth(array, -2); + * // => 'c'; + */ + function nth(array, n) { + return (array && array.length) ? baseNth(array, toInteger(n)) : undefined; + } + + /** + * Removes all given values from `array` using + * [`SameValueZero`](http://ecma-international.org/ecma-262/7.0/#sec-samevaluezero) + * for equality comparisons. + * + * **Note:** Unlike `_.without`, this method mutates `array`. Use `_.remove` + * to remove elements from an array by predicate. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 2.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to modify. + * @param {...*} [values] The values to remove. + * @returns {Array} Returns `array`. + * @example + * + * var array = ['a', 'b', 'c', 'a', 'b', 'c']; + * + * _.pull(array, 'a', 'c'); + * console.log(array); + * // => ['b', 'b'] + */ + var pull = baseRest(pullAll); + + /** + * This method is like `_.pull` except that it accepts an array of values to remove. + * + * **Note:** Unlike `_.difference`, this method mutates `array`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to modify. + * @param {Array} values The values to remove. + * @returns {Array} Returns `array`. + * @example + * + * var array = ['a', 'b', 'c', 'a', 'b', 'c']; + * + * _.pullAll(array, ['a', 'c']); + * console.log(array); + * // => ['b', 'b'] + */ + function pullAll(array, values) { + return (array && array.length && values && values.length) + ? basePullAll(array, values) + : array; + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.pullAll` except that it accepts `iteratee` which is + * invoked for each element of `array` and `values` to generate the criterion + * by which they're compared. The iteratee is invoked with one argument: (value). + * + * **Note:** Unlike `_.differenceBy`, this method mutates `array`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to modify. + * @param {Array} values The values to remove. + * @param {Function} [iteratee=_.identity] + * The iteratee invoked per element. + * @returns {Array} Returns `array`. + * @example + * + * var array = [{ 'x': 1 }, { 'x': 2 }, { 'x': 3 }, { 'x': 1 }]; + * + * _.pullAllBy(array, [{ 'x': 1 }, { 'x': 3 }], 'x'); + * console.log(array); + * // => [{ 'x': 2 }] + */ + function pullAllBy(array, values, iteratee) { + return (array && array.length && values && values.length) + ? basePullAll(array, values, getIteratee(iteratee, 2)) + : array; + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.pullAll` except that it accepts `comparator` which + * is invoked to compare elements of `array` to `values`. The comparator is + * invoked with two arguments: (arrVal, othVal). + * + * **Note:** Unlike `_.differenceWith`, this method mutates `array`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.6.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to modify. + * @param {Array} values The values to remove. + * @param {Function} [comparator] The comparator invoked per element. + * @returns {Array} Returns `array`. + * @example + * + * var array = [{ 'x': 1, 'y': 2 }, { 'x': 3, 'y': 4 }, { 'x': 5, 'y': 6 }]; + * + * _.pullAllWith(array, [{ 'x': 3, 'y': 4 }], _.isEqual); + * console.log(array); + * // => [{ 'x': 1, 'y': 2 }, { 'x': 5, 'y': 6 }] + */ + function pullAllWith(array, values, comparator) { + return (array && array.length && values && values.length) + ? basePullAll(array, values, undefined, comparator) + : array; + } + + /** + * Removes elements from `array` corresponding to `indexes` and returns an + * array of removed elements. + * + * **Note:** Unlike `_.at`, this method mutates `array`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to modify. + * @param {...(number|number[])} [indexes] The indexes of elements to remove. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new array of removed elements. + * @example + * + * var array = ['a', 'b', 'c', 'd']; + * var pulled = _.pullAt(array, [1, 3]); + * + * console.log(array); + * // => ['a', 'c'] + * + * console.log(pulled); + * // => ['b', 'd'] + */ + var pullAt = flatRest(function(array, indexes) { + var length = array ? array.length : 0, + result = baseAt(array, indexes); + + basePullAt(array, arrayMap(indexes, function(index) { + return isIndex(index, length) ? +index : index; + }).sort(compareAscending)); + + return result; + }); + + /** + * Removes all elements from `array` that `predicate` returns truthy for + * and returns an array of the removed elements. The predicate is invoked + * with three arguments: (value, index, array). + * + * **Note:** Unlike `_.filter`, this method mutates `array`. Use `_.pull` + * to pull elements from an array by value. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 2.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to modify. + * @param {Function} [predicate=_.identity] + * The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new array of removed elements. + * @example + * + * var array = [1, 2, 3, 4]; + * var evens = _.remove(array, function(n) { + * return n % 2 == 0; + * }); + * + * console.log(array); + * // => [1, 3] + * + * console.log(evens); + * // => [2, 4] + */ + function remove(array, predicate) { + var result = []; + if (!(array && array.length)) { + return result; + } + var index = -1, + indexes = [], + length = array.length; + + predicate = getIteratee(predicate, 3); + while (++index < length) { + var value = array[index]; + if (predicate(value, index, array)) { + result.push(value); + indexes.push(index); + } + } + basePullAt(array, indexes); + return result; + } + + /** + * Reverses `array` so that the first element becomes the last, the second + * element becomes the second to last, and so on. + * + * **Note:** This method mutates `array` and is based on + * [`Array#reverse`](https://mdn.io/Array/reverse). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to modify. + * @returns {Array} Returns `array`. + * @example + * + * var array = [1, 2, 3]; + * + * _.reverse(array); + * // => [3, 2, 1] + * + * console.log(array); + * // => [3, 2, 1] + */ + function reverse(array) { + return array ? nativeReverse.call(array) : array; + } + + /** + * Creates a slice of `array` from `start` up to, but not including, `end`. + * + * **Note:** This method is used instead of + * [`Array#slice`](https://mdn.io/Array/slice) to ensure dense arrays are + * returned. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to slice. + * @param {number} [start=0] The start position. + * @param {number} [end=array.length] The end position. + * @returns {Array} Returns the slice of `array`. + */ + function slice(array, start, end) { + var length = array ? array.length : 0; + if (!length) { + return []; + } + if (end && typeof end != 'number' && isIterateeCall(array, start, end)) { + start = 0; + end = length; + } + else { + start = start == null ? 0 : toInteger(start); + end = end === undefined ? length : toInteger(end); + } + return baseSlice(array, start, end); + } + + /** + * Uses a binary search to determine the lowest index at which `value` + * should be inserted into `array` in order to maintain its sort order. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The sorted array to inspect. + * @param {*} value The value to evaluate. + * @returns {number} Returns the index at which `value` should be inserted + * into `array`. + * @example + * + * _.sortedIndex([30, 50], 40); + * // => 1 + */ + function sortedIndex(array, value) { + return baseSortedIndex(array, value); + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.sortedIndex` except that it accepts `iteratee` + * which is invoked for `value` and each element of `array` to compute their + * sort ranking. The iteratee is invoked with one argument: (value). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The sorted array to inspect. + * @param {*} value The value to evaluate. + * @param {Function} [iteratee=_.identity] + * The iteratee invoked per element. + * @returns {number} Returns the index at which `value` should be inserted + * into `array`. + * @example + * + * var objects = [{ 'x': 4 }, { 'x': 5 }]; + * + * _.sortedIndexBy(objects, { 'x': 4 }, function(o) { return o.x; }); + * // => 0 + * + * // The `_.property` iteratee shorthand. + * _.sortedIndexBy(objects, { 'x': 4 }, 'x'); + * // => 0 + */ + function sortedIndexBy(array, value, iteratee) { + return baseSortedIndexBy(array, value, getIteratee(iteratee, 2)); + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.indexOf` except that it performs a binary + * search on a sorted `array`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to inspect. + * @param {*} value The value to search for. + * @returns {number} Returns the index of the matched value, else `-1`. + * @example + * + * _.sortedIndexOf([4, 5, 5, 5, 6], 5); + * // => 1 + */ + function sortedIndexOf(array, value) { + var length = array ? array.length : 0; + if (length) { + var index = baseSortedIndex(array, value); + if (index < length && eq(array[index], value)) { + return index; + } + } + return -1; + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.sortedIndex` except that it returns the highest + * index at which `value` should be inserted into `array` in order to + * maintain its sort order. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The sorted array to inspect. + * @param {*} value The value to evaluate. + * @returns {number} Returns the index at which `value` should be inserted + * into `array`. + * @example + * + * _.sortedLastIndex([4, 5, 5, 5, 6], 5); + * // => 4 + */ + function sortedLastIndex(array, value) { + return baseSortedIndex(array, value, true); + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.sortedLastIndex` except that it accepts `iteratee` + * which is invoked for `value` and each element of `array` to compute their + * sort ranking. The iteratee is invoked with one argument: (value). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The sorted array to inspect. + * @param {*} value The value to evaluate. + * @param {Function} [iteratee=_.identity] + * The iteratee invoked per element. + * @returns {number} Returns the index at which `value` should be inserted + * into `array`. + * @example + * + * var objects = [{ 'x': 4 }, { 'x': 5 }]; + * + * _.sortedLastIndexBy(objects, { 'x': 4 }, function(o) { return o.x; }); + * // => 1 + * + * // The `_.property` iteratee shorthand. + * _.sortedLastIndexBy(objects, { 'x': 4 }, 'x'); + * // => 1 + */ + function sortedLastIndexBy(array, value, iteratee) { + return baseSortedIndexBy(array, value, getIteratee(iteratee, 2), true); + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.lastIndexOf` except that it performs a binary + * search on a sorted `array`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to inspect. + * @param {*} value The value to search for. + * @returns {number} Returns the index of the matched value, else `-1`. + * @example + * + * _.sortedLastIndexOf([4, 5, 5, 5, 6], 5); + * // => 3 + */ + function sortedLastIndexOf(array, value) { + var length = array ? array.length : 0; + if (length) { + var index = baseSortedIndex(array, value, true) - 1; + if (eq(array[index], value)) { + return index; + } + } + return -1; + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.uniq` except that it's designed and optimized + * for sorted arrays. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to inspect. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new duplicate free array. + * @example + * + * _.sortedUniq([1, 1, 2]); + * // => [1, 2] + */ + function sortedUniq(array) { + return (array && array.length) + ? baseSortedUniq(array) + : []; + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.uniqBy` except that it's designed and optimized + * for sorted arrays. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to inspect. + * @param {Function} [iteratee] The iteratee invoked per element. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new duplicate free array. + * @example + * + * _.sortedUniqBy([1.1, 1.2, 2.3, 2.4], Math.floor); + * // => [1.1, 2.3] + */ + function sortedUniqBy(array, iteratee) { + return (array && array.length) + ? baseSortedUniq(array, getIteratee(iteratee, 2)) + : []; + } + + /** + * Gets all but the first element of `array`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to query. + * @returns {Array} Returns the slice of `array`. + * @example + * + * _.tail([1, 2, 3]); + * // => [2, 3] + */ + function tail(array) { + var length = array ? array.length : 0; + return length ? baseSlice(array, 1, length) : []; + } + + /** + * Creates a slice of `array` with `n` elements taken from the beginning. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to query. + * @param {number} [n=1] The number of elements to take. + * @param- {Object} [guard] Enables use as an iteratee for methods like `_.map`. + * @returns {Array} Returns the slice of `array`. + * @example + * + * _.take([1, 2, 3]); + * // => [1] + * + * _.take([1, 2, 3], 2); + * // => [1, 2] + * + * _.take([1, 2, 3], 5); + * // => [1, 2, 3] + * + * _.take([1, 2, 3], 0); + * // => [] + */ + function take(array, n, guard) { + if (!(array && array.length)) { + return []; + } + n = (guard || n === undefined) ? 1 : toInteger(n); + return baseSlice(array, 0, n < 0 ? 0 : n); + } + + /** + * Creates a slice of `array` with `n` elements taken from the end. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to query. + * @param {number} [n=1] The number of elements to take. + * @param- {Object} [guard] Enables use as an iteratee for methods like `_.map`. + * @returns {Array} Returns the slice of `array`. + * @example + * + * _.takeRight([1, 2, 3]); + * // => [3] + * + * _.takeRight([1, 2, 3], 2); + * // => [2, 3] + * + * _.takeRight([1, 2, 3], 5); + * // => [1, 2, 3] + * + * _.takeRight([1, 2, 3], 0); + * // => [] + */ + function takeRight(array, n, guard) { + var length = array ? array.length : 0; + if (!length) { + return []; + } + n = (guard || n === undefined) ? 1 : toInteger(n); + n = length - n; + return baseSlice(array, n < 0 ? 0 : n, length); + } + + /** + * Creates a slice of `array` with elements taken from the end. Elements are + * taken until `predicate` returns falsey. The predicate is invoked with + * three arguments: (value, index, array). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to query. + * @param {Function} [predicate=_.identity] + * The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {Array} Returns the slice of `array`. + * @example + * + * var users = [ + * { 'user': 'barney', 'active': true }, + * { 'user': 'fred', 'active': false }, + * { 'user': 'pebbles', 'active': false } + * ]; + * + * _.takeRightWhile(users, function(o) { return !o.active; }); + * // => objects for ['fred', 'pebbles'] + * + * // The `_.matches` iteratee shorthand. + * _.takeRightWhile(users, { 'user': 'pebbles', 'active': false }); + * // => objects for ['pebbles'] + * + * // The `_.matchesProperty` iteratee shorthand. + * _.takeRightWhile(users, ['active', false]); + * // => objects for ['fred', 'pebbles'] + * + * // The `_.property` iteratee shorthand. + * _.takeRightWhile(users, 'active'); + * // => [] + */ + function takeRightWhile(array, predicate) { + return (array && array.length) + ? baseWhile(array, getIteratee(predicate, 3), false, true) + : []; + } + + /** + * Creates a slice of `array` with elements taken from the beginning. Elements + * are taken until `predicate` returns falsey. The predicate is invoked with + * three arguments: (value, index, array). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to query. + * @param {Function} [predicate=_.identity] + * The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {Array} Returns the slice of `array`. + * @example + * + * var users = [ + * { 'user': 'barney', 'active': false }, + * { 'user': 'fred', 'active': false}, + * { 'user': 'pebbles', 'active': true } + * ]; + * + * _.takeWhile(users, function(o) { return !o.active; }); + * // => objects for ['barney', 'fred'] + * + * // The `_.matches` iteratee shorthand. + * _.takeWhile(users, { 'user': 'barney', 'active': false }); + * // => objects for ['barney'] + * + * // The `_.matchesProperty` iteratee shorthand. + * _.takeWhile(users, ['active', false]); + * // => objects for ['barney', 'fred'] + * + * // The `_.property` iteratee shorthand. + * _.takeWhile(users, 'active'); + * // => [] + */ + function takeWhile(array, predicate) { + return (array && array.length) + ? baseWhile(array, getIteratee(predicate, 3)) + : []; + } + + /** + * Creates an array of unique values, in order, from all given arrays using + * [`SameValueZero`](http://ecma-international.org/ecma-262/7.0/#sec-samevaluezero) + * for equality comparisons. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Array + * @param {...Array} [arrays] The arrays to inspect. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new array of combined values. + * @example + * + * _.union([2], [1, 2]); + * // => [2, 1] + */ + var union = baseRest(function(arrays) { + return baseUniq(baseFlatten(arrays, 1, isArrayLikeObject, true)); + }); + + /** + * This method is like `_.union` except that it accepts `iteratee` which is + * invoked for each element of each `arrays` to generate the criterion by + * which uniqueness is computed. Result values are chosen from the first + * array in which the value occurs. The iteratee is invoked with one argument: + * (value). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {...Array} [arrays] The arrays to inspect. + * @param {Function} [iteratee=_.identity] + * The iteratee invoked per element. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new array of combined values. + * @example + * + * _.unionBy([2.1], [1.2, 2.3], Math.floor); + * // => [2.1, 1.2] + * + * // The `_.property` iteratee shorthand. + * _.unionBy([{ 'x': 1 }], [{ 'x': 2 }, { 'x': 1 }], 'x'); + * // => [{ 'x': 1 }, { 'x': 2 }] + */ + var unionBy = baseRest(function(arrays) { + var iteratee = last(arrays); + if (isArrayLikeObject(iteratee)) { + iteratee = undefined; + } + return baseUniq(baseFlatten(arrays, 1, isArrayLikeObject, true), getIteratee(iteratee, 2)); + }); + + /** + * This method is like `_.union` except that it accepts `comparator` which + * is invoked to compare elements of `arrays`. Result values are chosen from + * the first array in which the value occurs. The comparator is invoked + * with two arguments: (arrVal, othVal). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {...Array} [arrays] The arrays to inspect. + * @param {Function} [comparator] The comparator invoked per element. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new array of combined values. + * @example + * + * var objects = [{ 'x': 1, 'y': 2 }, { 'x': 2, 'y': 1 }]; + * var others = [{ 'x': 1, 'y': 1 }, { 'x': 1, 'y': 2 }]; + * + * _.unionWith(objects, others, _.isEqual); + * // => [{ 'x': 1, 'y': 2 }, { 'x': 2, 'y': 1 }, { 'x': 1, 'y': 1 }] + */ + var unionWith = baseRest(function(arrays) { + var comparator = last(arrays); + if (isArrayLikeObject(comparator)) { + comparator = undefined; + } + return baseUniq(baseFlatten(arrays, 1, isArrayLikeObject, true), undefined, comparator); + }); + + /** + * Creates a duplicate-free version of an array, using + * [`SameValueZero`](http://ecma-international.org/ecma-262/7.0/#sec-samevaluezero) + * for equality comparisons, in which only the first occurrence of each element + * is kept. The order of result values is determined by the order they occur + * in the array. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to inspect. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new duplicate free array. + * @example + * + * _.uniq([2, 1, 2]); + * // => [2, 1] + */ + function uniq(array) { + return (array && array.length) + ? baseUniq(array) + : []; + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.uniq` except that it accepts `iteratee` which is + * invoked for each element in `array` to generate the criterion by which + * uniqueness is computed. The order of result values is determined by the + * order they occur in the array. The iteratee is invoked with one argument: + * (value). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to inspect. + * @param {Function} [iteratee=_.identity] + * The iteratee invoked per element. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new duplicate free array. + * @example + * + * _.uniqBy([2.1, 1.2, 2.3], Math.floor); + * // => [2.1, 1.2] + * + * // The `_.property` iteratee shorthand. + * _.uniqBy([{ 'x': 1 }, { 'x': 2 }, { 'x': 1 }], 'x'); + * // => [{ 'x': 1 }, { 'x': 2 }] + */ + function uniqBy(array, iteratee) { + return (array && array.length) + ? baseUniq(array, getIteratee(iteratee, 2)) + : []; + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.uniq` except that it accepts `comparator` which + * is invoked to compare elements of `array`. The order of result values is + * determined by the order they occur in the array.The comparator is invoked + * with two arguments: (arrVal, othVal). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to inspect. + * @param {Function} [comparator] The comparator invoked per element. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new duplicate free array. + * @example + * + * var objects = [{ 'x': 1, 'y': 2 }, { 'x': 2, 'y': 1 }, { 'x': 1, 'y': 2 }]; + * + * _.uniqWith(objects, _.isEqual); + * // => [{ 'x': 1, 'y': 2 }, { 'x': 2, 'y': 1 }] + */ + function uniqWith(array, comparator) { + return (array && array.length) + ? baseUniq(array, undefined, comparator) + : []; + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.zip` except that it accepts an array of grouped + * elements and creates an array regrouping the elements to their pre-zip + * configuration. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 1.2.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array of grouped elements to process. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new array of regrouped elements. + * @example + * + * var zipped = _.zip(['a', 'b'], [1, 2], [true, false]); + * // => [['a', 1, true], ['b', 2, false]] + * + * _.unzip(zipped); + * // => [['a', 'b'], [1, 2], [true, false]] + */ + function unzip(array) { + if (!(array && array.length)) { + return []; + } + var length = 0; + array = arrayFilter(array, function(group) { + if (isArrayLikeObject(group)) { + length = nativeMax(group.length, length); + return true; + } + }); + return baseTimes(length, function(index) { + return arrayMap(array, baseProperty(index)); + }); + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.unzip` except that it accepts `iteratee` to specify + * how regrouped values should be combined. The iteratee is invoked with the + * elements of each group: (...group). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.8.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array of grouped elements to process. + * @param {Function} [iteratee=_.identity] The function to combine + * regrouped values. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new array of regrouped elements. + * @example + * + * var zipped = _.zip([1, 2], [10, 20], [100, 200]); + * // => [[1, 10, 100], [2, 20, 200]] + * + * _.unzipWith(zipped, _.add); + * // => [3, 30, 300] + */ + function unzipWith(array, iteratee) { + if (!(array && array.length)) { + return []; + } + var result = unzip(array); + if (iteratee == null) { + return result; + } + return arrayMap(result, function(group) { + return apply(iteratee, undefined, group); + }); + } + + /** + * Creates an array excluding all given values using + * [`SameValueZero`](http://ecma-international.org/ecma-262/7.0/#sec-samevaluezero) + * for equality comparisons. + * + * **Note:** Unlike `_.pull`, this method returns a new array. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} array The array to inspect. + * @param {...*} [values] The values to exclude. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new array of filtered values. + * @see _.difference, _.xor + * @example + * + * _.without([2, 1, 2, 3], 1, 2); + * // => [3] + */ + var without = baseRest(function(array, values) { + return isArrayLikeObject(array) + ? baseDifference(array, values) + : []; + }); + + /** + * Creates an array of unique values that is the + * [symmetric difference](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Symmetric_difference) + * of the given arrays. The order of result values is determined by the order + * they occur in the arrays. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 2.4.0 + * @category Array + * @param {...Array} [arrays] The arrays to inspect. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new array of filtered values. + * @see _.difference, _.without + * @example + * + * _.xor([2, 1], [2, 3]); + * // => [1, 3] + */ + var xor = baseRest(function(arrays) { + return baseXor(arrayFilter(arrays, isArrayLikeObject)); + }); + + /** + * This method is like `_.xor` except that it accepts `iteratee` which is + * invoked for each element of each `arrays` to generate the criterion by + * which by which they're compared. The order of result values is determined + * by the order they occur in the arrays. The iteratee is invoked with one + * argument: (value). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {...Array} [arrays] The arrays to inspect. + * @param {Function} [iteratee=_.identity] + * The iteratee invoked per element. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new array of filtered values. + * @example + * + * _.xorBy([2.1, 1.2], [2.3, 3.4], Math.floor); + * // => [1.2, 3.4] + * + * // The `_.property` iteratee shorthand. + * _.xorBy([{ 'x': 1 }], [{ 'x': 2 }, { 'x': 1 }], 'x'); + * // => [{ 'x': 2 }] + */ + var xorBy = baseRest(function(arrays) { + var iteratee = last(arrays); + if (isArrayLikeObject(iteratee)) { + iteratee = undefined; + } + return baseXor(arrayFilter(arrays, isArrayLikeObject), getIteratee(iteratee, 2)); + }); + + /** + * This method is like `_.xor` except that it accepts `comparator` which is + * invoked to compare elements of `arrays`. The order of result values is + * determined by the order they occur in the arrays. The comparator is invoked + * with two arguments: (arrVal, othVal). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Array + * @param {...Array} [arrays] The arrays to inspect. + * @param {Function} [comparator] The comparator invoked per element. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new array of filtered values. + * @example + * + * var objects = [{ 'x': 1, 'y': 2 }, { 'x': 2, 'y': 1 }]; + * var others = [{ 'x': 1, 'y': 1 }, { 'x': 1, 'y': 2 }]; + * + * _.xorWith(objects, others, _.isEqual); + * // => [{ 'x': 2, 'y': 1 }, { 'x': 1, 'y': 1 }] + */ + var xorWith = baseRest(function(arrays) { + var comparator = last(arrays); + if (isArrayLikeObject(comparator)) { + comparator = undefined; + } + return baseXor(arrayFilter(arrays, isArrayLikeObject), undefined, comparator); + }); + + /** + * Creates an array of grouped elements, the first of which contains the + * first elements of the given arrays, the second of which contains the + * second elements of the given arrays, and so on. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Array + * @param {...Array} [arrays] The arrays to process. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new array of grouped elements. + * @example + * + * _.zip(['a', 'b'], [1, 2], [true, false]); + * // => [['a', 1, true], ['b', 2, false]] + */ + var zip = baseRest(unzip); + + /** + * This method is like `_.fromPairs` except that it accepts two arrays, + * one of property identifiers and one of corresponding values. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.4.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} [props=[]] The property identifiers. + * @param {Array} [values=[]] The property values. + * @returns {Object} Returns the new object. + * @example + * + * _.zipObject(['a', 'b'], [1, 2]); + * // => { 'a': 1, 'b': 2 } + */ + function zipObject(props, values) { + return baseZipObject(props || [], values || [], assignValue); + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.zipObject` except that it supports property paths. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.1.0 + * @category Array + * @param {Array} [props=[]] The property identifiers. + * @param {Array} [values=[]] The property values. + * @returns {Object} Returns the new object. + * @example + * + * _.zipObjectDeep(['a.b[0].c', 'a.b[1].d'], [1, 2]); + * // => { 'a': { 'b': [{ 'c': 1 }, { 'd': 2 }] } } + */ + function zipObjectDeep(props, values) { + return baseZipObject(props || [], values || [], baseSet); + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.zip` except that it accepts `iteratee` to specify + * how grouped values should be combined. The iteratee is invoked with the + * elements of each group: (...group). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.8.0 + * @category Array + * @param {...Array} [arrays] The arrays to process. + * @param {Function} [iteratee=_.identity] The function to combine grouped values. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new array of grouped elements. + * @example + * + * _.zipWith([1, 2], [10, 20], [100, 200], function(a, b, c) { + * return a + b + c; + * }); + * // => [111, 222] + */ + var zipWith = baseRest(function(arrays) { + var length = arrays.length, + iteratee = length > 1 ? arrays[length - 1] : undefined; + + iteratee = typeof iteratee == 'function' ? (arrays.pop(), iteratee) : undefined; + return unzipWith(arrays, iteratee); + }); + + /*------------------------------------------------------------------------*/ + + /** + * Creates a `lodash` wrapper instance that wraps `value` with explicit method + * chain sequences enabled. The result of such sequences must be unwrapped + * with `_#value`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 1.3.0 + * @category Seq + * @param {*} value The value to wrap. + * @returns {Object} Returns the new `lodash` wrapper instance. + * @example + * + * var users = [ + * { 'user': 'barney', 'age': 36 }, + * { 'user': 'fred', 'age': 40 }, + * { 'user': 'pebbles', 'age': 1 } + * ]; + * + * var youngest = _ + * .chain(users) + * .sortBy('age') + * .map(function(o) { + * return o.user + ' is ' + o.age; + * }) + * .head() + * .value(); + * // => 'pebbles is 1' + */ + function chain(value) { + var result = lodash(value); + result.__chain__ = true; + return result; + } + + /** + * This method invokes `interceptor` and returns `value`. The interceptor + * is invoked with one argument; (value). The purpose of this method is to + * "tap into" a method chain sequence in order to modify intermediate results. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Seq + * @param {*} value The value to provide to `interceptor`. + * @param {Function} interceptor The function to invoke. + * @returns {*} Returns `value`. + * @example + * + * _([1, 2, 3]) + * .tap(function(array) { + * // Mutate input array. + * array.pop(); + * }) + * .reverse() + * .value(); + * // => [2, 1] + */ + function tap(value, interceptor) { + interceptor(value); + return value; + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.tap` except that it returns the result of `interceptor`. + * The purpose of this method is to "pass thru" values replacing intermediate + * results in a method chain sequence. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.0.0 + * @category Seq + * @param {*} value The value to provide to `interceptor`. + * @param {Function} interceptor The function to invoke. + * @returns {*} Returns the result of `interceptor`. + * @example + * + * _(' abc ') + * .chain() + * .trim() + * .thru(function(value) { + * return [value]; + * }) + * .value(); + * // => ['abc'] + */ + function thru(value, interceptor) { + return interceptor(value); + } + + /** + * This method is the wrapper version of `_.at`. + * + * @name at + * @memberOf _ + * @since 1.0.0 + * @category Seq + * @param {...(string|string[])} [paths] The property paths of elements to pick. + * @returns {Object} Returns the new `lodash` wrapper instance. + * @example + * + * var object = { 'a': [{ 'b': { 'c': 3 } }, 4] }; + * + * _(object).at(['a[0].b.c', 'a[1]']).value(); + * // => [3, 4] + */ + var wrapperAt = flatRest(function(paths) { + var length = paths.length, + start = length ? paths[0] : 0, + value = this.__wrapped__, + interceptor = function(object) { return baseAt(object, paths); }; + + if (length > 1 || this.__actions__.length || + !(value instanceof LazyWrapper) || !isIndex(start)) { + return this.thru(interceptor); + } + value = value.slice(start, +start + (length ? 1 : 0)); + value.__actions__.push({ + 'func': thru, + 'args': [interceptor], + 'thisArg': undefined + }); + return new LodashWrapper(value, this.__chain__).thru(function(array) { + if (length && !array.length) { + array.push(undefined); + } + return array; + }); + }); + + /** + * Creates a `lodash` wrapper instance with explicit method chain sequences enabled. + * + * @name chain + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Seq + * @returns {Object} Returns the new `lodash` wrapper instance. + * @example + * + * var users = [ + * { 'user': 'barney', 'age': 36 }, + * { 'user': 'fred', 'age': 40 } + * ]; + * + * // A sequence without explicit chaining. + * _(users).head(); + * // => { 'user': 'barney', 'age': 36 } + * + * // A sequence with explicit chaining. + * _(users) + * .chain() + * .head() + * .pick('user') + * .value(); + * // => { 'user': 'barney' } + */ + function wrapperChain() { + return chain(this); + } + + /** + * Executes the chain sequence and returns the wrapped result. + * + * @name commit + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.2.0 + * @category Seq + * @returns {Object} Returns the new `lodash` wrapper instance. + * @example + * + * var array = [1, 2]; + * var wrapped = _(array).push(3); + * + * console.log(array); + * // => [1, 2] + * + * wrapped = wrapped.commit(); + * console.log(array); + * // => [1, 2, 3] + * + * wrapped.last(); + * // => 3 + * + * console.log(array); + * // => [1, 2, 3] + */ + function wrapperCommit() { + return new LodashWrapper(this.value(), this.__chain__); + } + + /** + * Gets the next value on a wrapped object following the + * [iterator protocol](https://mdn.io/iteration_protocols#iterator). + * + * @name next + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Seq + * @returns {Object} Returns the next iterator value. + * @example + * + * var wrapped = _([1, 2]); + * + * wrapped.next(); + * // => { 'done': false, 'value': 1 } + * + * wrapped.next(); + * // => { 'done': false, 'value': 2 } + * + * wrapped.next(); + * // => { 'done': true, 'value': undefined } + */ + function wrapperNext() { + if (this.__values__ === undefined) { + this.__values__ = toArray(this.value()); + } + var done = this.__index__ >= this.__values__.length, + value = done ? undefined : this.__values__[this.__index__++]; + + return { 'done': done, 'value': value }; + } + + /** + * Enables the wrapper to be iterable. + * + * @name Symbol.iterator + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Seq + * @returns {Object} Returns the wrapper object. + * @example + * + * var wrapped = _([1, 2]); + * + * wrapped[Symbol.iterator]() === wrapped; + * // => true + * + * Array.from(wrapped); + * // => [1, 2] + */ + function wrapperToIterator() { + return this; + } + + /** + * Creates a clone of the chain sequence planting `value` as the wrapped value. + * + * @name plant + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.2.0 + * @category Seq + * @param {*} value The value to plant. + * @returns {Object} Returns the new `lodash` wrapper instance. + * @example + * + * function square(n) { + * return n * n; + * } + * + * var wrapped = _([1, 2]).map(square); + * var other = wrapped.plant([3, 4]); + * + * other.value(); + * // => [9, 16] + * + * wrapped.value(); + * // => [1, 4] + */ + function wrapperPlant(value) { + var result, + parent = this; + + while (parent instanceof baseLodash) { + var clone = wrapperClone(parent); + clone.__index__ = 0; + clone.__values__ = undefined; + if (result) { + previous.__wrapped__ = clone; + } else { + result = clone; + } + var previous = clone; + parent = parent.__wrapped__; + } + previous.__wrapped__ = value; + return result; + } + + /** + * This method is the wrapper version of `_.reverse`. + * + * **Note:** This method mutates the wrapped array. + * + * @name reverse + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Seq + * @returns {Object} Returns the new `lodash` wrapper instance. + * @example + * + * var array = [1, 2, 3]; + * + * _(array).reverse().value() + * // => [3, 2, 1] + * + * console.log(array); + * // => [3, 2, 1] + */ + function wrapperReverse() { + var value = this.__wrapped__; + if (value instanceof LazyWrapper) { + var wrapped = value; + if (this.__actions__.length) { + wrapped = new LazyWrapper(this); + } + wrapped = wrapped.reverse(); + wrapped.__actions__.push({ + 'func': thru, + 'args': [reverse], + 'thisArg': undefined + }); + return new LodashWrapper(wrapped, this.__chain__); + } + return this.thru(reverse); + } + + /** + * Executes the chain sequence to resolve the unwrapped value. + * + * @name value + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @alias toJSON, valueOf + * @category Seq + * @returns {*} Returns the resolved unwrapped value. + * @example + * + * _([1, 2, 3]).value(); + * // => [1, 2, 3] + */ + function wrapperValue() { + return baseWrapperValue(this.__wrapped__, this.__actions__); + } + + /*------------------------------------------------------------------------*/ + + /** + * Creates an object composed of keys generated from the results of running + * each element of `collection` thru `iteratee`. The corresponding value of + * each key is the number of times the key was returned by `iteratee`. The + * iteratee is invoked with one argument: (value). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.5.0 + * @category Collection + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to iterate over. + * @param {Function} [iteratee=_.identity] + * The iteratee to transform keys. + * @returns {Object} Returns the composed aggregate object. + * @example + * + * _.countBy([6.1, 4.2, 6.3], Math.floor); + * // => { '4': 1, '6': 2 } + * + * // The `_.property` iteratee shorthand. + * _.countBy(['one', 'two', 'three'], 'length'); + * // => { '3': 2, '5': 1 } + */ + var countBy = createAggregator(function(result, value, key) { + if (hasOwnProperty.call(result, key)) { + ++result[key]; + } else { + baseAssignValue(result, key, 1); + } + }); + + /** + * Checks if `predicate` returns truthy for **all** elements of `collection`. + * Iteration is stopped once `predicate` returns falsey. The predicate is + * invoked with three arguments: (value, index|key, collection). + * + * **Note:** This method returns `true` for + * [empty collections](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Empty_set) because + * [everything is true](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vacuous_truth) of + * elements of empty collections. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Collection + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to iterate over. + * @param {Function} [predicate=_.identity] + * The function invoked per iteration. + * @param- {Object} [guard] Enables use as an iteratee for methods like `_.map`. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if all elements pass the predicate check, + * else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.every([true, 1, null, 'yes'], Boolean); + * // => false + * + * var users = [ + * { 'user': 'barney', 'age': 36, 'active': false }, + * { 'user': 'fred', 'age': 40, 'active': false } + * ]; + * + * // The `_.matches` iteratee shorthand. + * _.every(users, { 'user': 'barney', 'active': false }); + * // => false + * + * // The `_.matchesProperty` iteratee shorthand. + * _.every(users, ['active', false]); + * // => true + * + * // The `_.property` iteratee shorthand. + * _.every(users, 'active'); + * // => false + */ + function every(collection, predicate, guard) { + var func = isArray(collection) ? arrayEvery : baseEvery; + if (guard && isIterateeCall(collection, predicate, guard)) { + predicate = undefined; + } + return func(collection, getIteratee(predicate, 3)); + } + + /** + * Iterates over elements of `collection`, returning an array of all elements + * `predicate` returns truthy for. The predicate is invoked with three + * arguments: (value, index|key, collection). + * + * **Note:** Unlike `_.remove`, this method returns a new array. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Collection + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to iterate over. + * @param {Function} [predicate=_.identity] + * The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new filtered array. + * @see _.reject + * @example + * + * var users = [ + * { 'user': 'barney', 'age': 36, 'active': true }, + * { 'user': 'fred', 'age': 40, 'active': false } + * ]; + * + * _.filter(users, function(o) { return !o.active; }); + * // => objects for ['fred'] + * + * // The `_.matches` iteratee shorthand. + * _.filter(users, { 'age': 36, 'active': true }); + * // => objects for ['barney'] + * + * // The `_.matchesProperty` iteratee shorthand. + * _.filter(users, ['active', false]); + * // => objects for ['fred'] + * + * // The `_.property` iteratee shorthand. + * _.filter(users, 'active'); + * // => objects for ['barney'] + */ + function filter(collection, predicate) { + var func = isArray(collection) ? arrayFilter : baseFilter; + return func(collection, getIteratee(predicate, 3)); + } + + /** + * Iterates over elements of `collection`, returning the first element + * `predicate` returns truthy for. The predicate is invoked with three + * arguments: (value, index|key, collection). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Collection + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to inspect. + * @param {Function} [predicate=_.identity] + * The function invoked per iteration. + * @param {number} [fromIndex=0] The index to search from. + * @returns {*} Returns the matched element, else `undefined`. + * @example + * + * var users = [ + * { 'user': 'barney', 'age': 36, 'active': true }, + * { 'user': 'fred', 'age': 40, 'active': false }, + * { 'user': 'pebbles', 'age': 1, 'active': true } + * ]; + * + * _.find(users, function(o) { return o.age < 40; }); + * // => object for 'barney' + * + * // The `_.matches` iteratee shorthand. + * _.find(users, { 'age': 1, 'active': true }); + * // => object for 'pebbles' + * + * // The `_.matchesProperty` iteratee shorthand. + * _.find(users, ['active', false]); + * // => object for 'fred' + * + * // The `_.property` iteratee shorthand. + * _.find(users, 'active'); + * // => object for 'barney' + */ + var find = createFind(findIndex); + + /** + * This method is like `_.find` except that it iterates over elements of + * `collection` from right to left. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 2.0.0 + * @category Collection + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to inspect. + * @param {Function} [predicate=_.identity] + * The function invoked per iteration. + * @param {number} [fromIndex=collection.length-1] The index to search from. + * @returns {*} Returns the matched element, else `undefined`. + * @example + * + * _.findLast([1, 2, 3, 4], function(n) { + * return n % 2 == 1; + * }); + * // => 3 + */ + var findLast = createFind(findLastIndex); + + /** + * Creates a flattened array of values by running each element in `collection` + * thru `iteratee` and flattening the mapped results. The iteratee is invoked + * with three arguments: (value, index|key, collection). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Collection + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to iterate over. + * @param {Function} [iteratee=_.identity] + * The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new flattened array. + * @example + * + * function duplicate(n) { + * return [n, n]; + * } + * + * _.flatMap([1, 2], duplicate); + * // => [1, 1, 2, 2] + */ + function flatMap(collection, iteratee) { + return baseFlatten(map(collection, iteratee), 1); + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.flatMap` except that it recursively flattens the + * mapped results. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.7.0 + * @category Collection + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to iterate over. + * @param {Function} [iteratee=_.identity] + * The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new flattened array. + * @example + * + * function duplicate(n) { + * return [[[n, n]]]; + * } + * + * _.flatMapDeep([1, 2], duplicate); + * // => [1, 1, 2, 2] + */ + function flatMapDeep(collection, iteratee) { + return baseFlatten(map(collection, iteratee), INFINITY); + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.flatMap` except that it recursively flattens the + * mapped results up to `depth` times. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.7.0 + * @category Collection + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to iterate over. + * @param {Function} [iteratee=_.identity] + * The function invoked per iteration. + * @param {number} [depth=1] The maximum recursion depth. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new flattened array. + * @example + * + * function duplicate(n) { + * return [[[n, n]]]; + * } + * + * _.flatMapDepth([1, 2], duplicate, 2); + * // => [[1, 1], [2, 2]] + */ + function flatMapDepth(collection, iteratee, depth) { + depth = depth === undefined ? 1 : toInteger(depth); + return baseFlatten(map(collection, iteratee), depth); + } + + /** + * Iterates over elements of `collection` and invokes `iteratee` for each element. + * The iteratee is invoked with three arguments: (value, index|key, collection). + * Iteratee functions may exit iteration early by explicitly returning `false`. + * + * **Note:** As with other "Collections" methods, objects with a "length" + * property are iterated like arrays. To avoid this behavior use `_.forIn` + * or `_.forOwn` for object iteration. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @alias each + * @category Collection + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to iterate over. + * @param {Function} [iteratee=_.identity] The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {Array|Object} Returns `collection`. + * @see _.forEachRight + * @example + * + * _.forEach([1, 2], function(value) { + * console.log(value); + * }); + * // => Logs `1` then `2`. + * + * _.forEach({ 'a': 1, 'b': 2 }, function(value, key) { + * console.log(key); + * }); + * // => Logs 'a' then 'b' (iteration order is not guaranteed). + */ + function forEach(collection, iteratee) { + var func = isArray(collection) ? arrayEach : baseEach; + return func(collection, getIteratee(iteratee, 3)); + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.forEach` except that it iterates over elements of + * `collection` from right to left. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 2.0.0 + * @alias eachRight + * @category Collection + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to iterate over. + * @param {Function} [iteratee=_.identity] The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {Array|Object} Returns `collection`. + * @see _.forEach + * @example + * + * _.forEachRight([1, 2], function(value) { + * console.log(value); + * }); + * // => Logs `2` then `1`. + */ + function forEachRight(collection, iteratee) { + var func = isArray(collection) ? arrayEachRight : baseEachRight; + return func(collection, getIteratee(iteratee, 3)); + } + + /** + * Creates an object composed of keys generated from the results of running + * each element of `collection` thru `iteratee`. The order of grouped values + * is determined by the order they occur in `collection`. The corresponding + * value of each key is an array of elements responsible for generating the + * key. The iteratee is invoked with one argument: (value). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Collection + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to iterate over. + * @param {Function} [iteratee=_.identity] + * The iteratee to transform keys. + * @returns {Object} Returns the composed aggregate object. + * @example + * + * _.groupBy([6.1, 4.2, 6.3], Math.floor); + * // => { '4': [4.2], '6': [6.1, 6.3] } + * + * // The `_.property` iteratee shorthand. + * _.groupBy(['one', 'two', 'three'], 'length'); + * // => { '3': ['one', 'two'], '5': ['three'] } + */ + var groupBy = createAggregator(function(result, value, key) { + if (hasOwnProperty.call(result, key)) { + result[key].push(value); + } else { + baseAssignValue(result, key, [value]); + } + }); + + /** + * Checks if `value` is in `collection`. If `collection` is a string, it's + * checked for a substring of `value`, otherwise + * [`SameValueZero`](http://ecma-international.org/ecma-262/7.0/#sec-samevaluezero) + * is used for equality comparisons. If `fromIndex` is negative, it's used as + * the offset from the end of `collection`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Collection + * @param {Array|Object|string} collection The collection to inspect. + * @param {*} value The value to search for. + * @param {number} [fromIndex=0] The index to search from. + * @param- {Object} [guard] Enables use as an iteratee for methods like `_.reduce`. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is found, else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.includes([1, 2, 3], 1); + * // => true + * + * _.includes([1, 2, 3], 1, 2); + * // => false + * + * _.includes({ 'a': 1, 'b': 2 }, 1); + * // => true + * + * _.includes('abcd', 'bc'); + * // => true + */ + function includes(collection, value, fromIndex, guard) { + collection = isArrayLike(collection) ? collection : values(collection); + fromIndex = (fromIndex && !guard) ? toInteger(fromIndex) : 0; + + var length = collection.length; + if (fromIndex < 0) { + fromIndex = nativeMax(length + fromIndex, 0); + } + return isString(collection) + ? (fromIndex <= length && collection.indexOf(value, fromIndex) > -1) + : (!!length && baseIndexOf(collection, value, fromIndex) > -1); + } + + /** + * Invokes the method at `path` of each element in `collection`, returning + * an array of the results of each invoked method. Any additional arguments + * are provided to each invoked method. If `path` is a function, it's invoked + * for, and `this` bound to, each element in `collection`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Collection + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to iterate over. + * @param {Array|Function|string} path The path of the method to invoke or + * the function invoked per iteration. + * @param {...*} [args] The arguments to invoke each method with. + * @returns {Array} Returns the array of results. + * @example + * + * _.invokeMap([[5, 1, 7], [3, 2, 1]], 'sort'); + * // => [[1, 5, 7], [1, 2, 3]] + * + * _.invokeMap([123, 456], String.prototype.split, ''); + * // => [['1', '2', '3'], ['4', '5', '6']] + */ + var invokeMap = baseRest(function(collection, path, args) { + var index = -1, + isFunc = typeof path == 'function', + isProp = isKey(path), + result = isArrayLike(collection) ? Array(collection.length) : []; + + baseEach(collection, function(value) { + var func = isFunc ? path : ((isProp && value != null) ? value[path] : undefined); + result[++index] = func ? apply(func, value, args) : baseInvoke(value, path, args); + }); + return result; + }); + + /** + * Creates an object composed of keys generated from the results of running + * each element of `collection` thru `iteratee`. The corresponding value of + * each key is the last element responsible for generating the key. The + * iteratee is invoked with one argument: (value). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Collection + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to iterate over. + * @param {Function} [iteratee=_.identity] + * The iteratee to transform keys. + * @returns {Object} Returns the composed aggregate object. + * @example + * + * var array = [ + * { 'dir': 'left', 'code': 97 }, + * { 'dir': 'right', 'code': 100 } + * ]; + * + * _.keyBy(array, function(o) { + * return String.fromCharCode(o.code); + * }); + * // => { 'a': { 'dir': 'left', 'code': 97 }, 'd': { 'dir': 'right', 'code': 100 } } + * + * _.keyBy(array, 'dir'); + * // => { 'left': { 'dir': 'left', 'code': 97 }, 'right': { 'dir': 'right', 'code': 100 } } + */ + var keyBy = createAggregator(function(result, value, key) { + baseAssignValue(result, key, value); + }); + + /** + * Creates an array of values by running each element in `collection` thru + * `iteratee`. The iteratee is invoked with three arguments: + * (value, index|key, collection). + * + * Many lodash methods are guarded to work as iteratees for methods like + * `_.every`, `_.filter`, `_.map`, `_.mapValues`, `_.reject`, and `_.some`. + * + * The guarded methods are: + * `ary`, `chunk`, `curry`, `curryRight`, `drop`, `dropRight`, `every`, + * `fill`, `invert`, `parseInt`, `random`, `range`, `rangeRight`, `repeat`, + * `sampleSize`, `slice`, `some`, `sortBy`, `split`, `take`, `takeRight`, + * `template`, `trim`, `trimEnd`, `trimStart`, and `words` + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Collection + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to iterate over. + * @param {Function} [iteratee=_.identity] The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new mapped array. + * @example + * + * function square(n) { + * return n * n; + * } + * + * _.map([4, 8], square); + * // => [16, 64] + * + * _.map({ 'a': 4, 'b': 8 }, square); + * // => [16, 64] (iteration order is not guaranteed) + * + * var users = [ + * { 'user': 'barney' }, + * { 'user': 'fred' } + * ]; + * + * // The `_.property` iteratee shorthand. + * _.map(users, 'user'); + * // => ['barney', 'fred'] + */ + function map(collection, iteratee) { + var func = isArray(collection) ? arrayMap : baseMap; + return func(collection, getIteratee(iteratee, 3)); + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.sortBy` except that it allows specifying the sort + * orders of the iteratees to sort by. If `orders` is unspecified, all values + * are sorted in ascending order. Otherwise, specify an order of "desc" for + * descending or "asc" for ascending sort order of corresponding values. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Collection + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to iterate over. + * @param {Array[]|Function[]|Object[]|string[]} [iteratees=[_.identity]] + * The iteratees to sort by. + * @param {string[]} [orders] The sort orders of `iteratees`. + * @param- {Object} [guard] Enables use as an iteratee for methods like `_.reduce`. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new sorted array. + * @example + * + * var users = [ + * { 'user': 'fred', 'age': 48 }, + * { 'user': 'barney', 'age': 34 }, + * { 'user': 'fred', 'age': 40 }, + * { 'user': 'barney', 'age': 36 } + * ]; + * + * // Sort by `user` in ascending order and by `age` in descending order. + * _.orderBy(users, ['user', 'age'], ['asc', 'desc']); + * // => objects for [['barney', 36], ['barney', 34], ['fred', 48], ['fred', 40]] + */ + function orderBy(collection, iteratees, orders, guard) { + if (collection == null) { + return []; + } + if (!isArray(iteratees)) { + iteratees = iteratees == null ? [] : [iteratees]; + } + orders = guard ? undefined : orders; + if (!isArray(orders)) { + orders = orders == null ? [] : [orders]; + } + return baseOrderBy(collection, iteratees, orders); + } + + /** + * Creates an array of elements split into two groups, the first of which + * contains elements `predicate` returns truthy for, the second of which + * contains elements `predicate` returns falsey for. The predicate is + * invoked with one argument: (value). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.0.0 + * @category Collection + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to iterate over. + * @param {Function} [predicate=_.identity] The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {Array} Returns the array of grouped elements. + * @example + * + * var users = [ + * { 'user': 'barney', 'age': 36, 'active': false }, + * { 'user': 'fred', 'age': 40, 'active': true }, + * { 'user': 'pebbles', 'age': 1, 'active': false } + * ]; + * + * _.partition(users, function(o) { return o.active; }); + * // => objects for [['fred'], ['barney', 'pebbles']] + * + * // The `_.matches` iteratee shorthand. + * _.partition(users, { 'age': 1, 'active': false }); + * // => objects for [['pebbles'], ['barney', 'fred']] + * + * // The `_.matchesProperty` iteratee shorthand. + * _.partition(users, ['active', false]); + * // => objects for [['barney', 'pebbles'], ['fred']] + * + * // The `_.property` iteratee shorthand. + * _.partition(users, 'active'); + * // => objects for [['fred'], ['barney', 'pebbles']] + */ + var partition = createAggregator(function(result, value, key) { + result[key ? 0 : 1].push(value); + }, function() { return [[], []]; }); + + /** + * Reduces `collection` to a value which is the accumulated result of running + * each element in `collection` thru `iteratee`, where each successive + * invocation is supplied the return value of the previous. If `accumulator` + * is not given, the first element of `collection` is used as the initial + * value. The iteratee is invoked with four arguments: + * (accumulator, value, index|key, collection). + * + * Many lodash methods are guarded to work as iteratees for methods like + * `_.reduce`, `_.reduceRight`, and `_.transform`. + * + * The guarded methods are: + * `assign`, `defaults`, `defaultsDeep`, `includes`, `merge`, `orderBy`, + * and `sortBy` + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Collection + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to iterate over. + * @param {Function} [iteratee=_.identity] The function invoked per iteration. + * @param {*} [accumulator] The initial value. + * @returns {*} Returns the accumulated value. + * @see _.reduceRight + * @example + * + * _.reduce([1, 2], function(sum, n) { + * return sum + n; + * }, 0); + * // => 3 + * + * _.reduce({ 'a': 1, 'b': 2, 'c': 1 }, function(result, value, key) { + * (result[value] || (result[value] = [])).push(key); + * return result; + * }, {}); + * // => { '1': ['a', 'c'], '2': ['b'] } (iteration order is not guaranteed) + */ + function reduce(collection, iteratee, accumulator) { + var func = isArray(collection) ? arrayReduce : baseReduce, + initAccum = arguments.length < 3; + + return func(collection, getIteratee(iteratee, 4), accumulator, initAccum, baseEach); + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.reduce` except that it iterates over elements of + * `collection` from right to left. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Collection + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to iterate over. + * @param {Function} [iteratee=_.identity] The function invoked per iteration. + * @param {*} [accumulator] The initial value. + * @returns {*} Returns the accumulated value. + * @see _.reduce + * @example + * + * var array = [[0, 1], [2, 3], [4, 5]]; + * + * _.reduceRight(array, function(flattened, other) { + * return flattened.concat(other); + * }, []); + * // => [4, 5, 2, 3, 0, 1] + */ + function reduceRight(collection, iteratee, accumulator) { + var func = isArray(collection) ? arrayReduceRight : baseReduce, + initAccum = arguments.length < 3; + + return func(collection, getIteratee(iteratee, 4), accumulator, initAccum, baseEachRight); + } + + /** + * The opposite of `_.filter`; this method returns the elements of `collection` + * that `predicate` does **not** return truthy for. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Collection + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to iterate over. + * @param {Function} [predicate=_.identity] The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new filtered array. + * @see _.filter + * @example + * + * var users = [ + * { 'user': 'barney', 'age': 36, 'active': false }, + * { 'user': 'fred', 'age': 40, 'active': true } + * ]; + * + * _.reject(users, function(o) { return !o.active; }); + * // => objects for ['fred'] + * + * // The `_.matches` iteratee shorthand. + * _.reject(users, { 'age': 40, 'active': true }); + * // => objects for ['barney'] + * + * // The `_.matchesProperty` iteratee shorthand. + * _.reject(users, ['active', false]); + * // => objects for ['fred'] + * + * // The `_.property` iteratee shorthand. + * _.reject(users, 'active'); + * // => objects for ['barney'] + */ + function reject(collection, predicate) { + var func = isArray(collection) ? arrayFilter : baseFilter; + return func(collection, negate(getIteratee(predicate, 3))); + } + + /** + * Gets a random element from `collection`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 2.0.0 + * @category Collection + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to sample. + * @returns {*} Returns the random element. + * @example + * + * _.sample([1, 2, 3, 4]); + * // => 2 + */ + function sample(collection) { + return arraySample(isArrayLike(collection) ? collection : values(collection)); + } + + /** + * Gets `n` random elements at unique keys from `collection` up to the + * size of `collection`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Collection + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to sample. + * @param {number} [n=1] The number of elements to sample. + * @param- {Object} [guard] Enables use as an iteratee for methods like `_.map`. + * @returns {Array} Returns the random elements. + * @example + * + * _.sampleSize([1, 2, 3], 2); + * // => [3, 1] + * + * _.sampleSize([1, 2, 3], 4); + * // => [2, 3, 1] + */ + function sampleSize(collection, n, guard) { + if ((guard ? isIterateeCall(collection, n, guard) : n === undefined)) { + n = 1; + } else { + n = toInteger(n); + } + return arraySampleSize(isArrayLike(collection) ? collection : values(collection), n); + } + + /** + * Creates an array of shuffled values, using a version of the + * [Fisher-Yates shuffle](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fisher-Yates_shuffle). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Collection + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to shuffle. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new shuffled array. + * @example + * + * _.shuffle([1, 2, 3, 4]); + * // => [4, 1, 3, 2] + */ + function shuffle(collection) { + return shuffleSelf(isArrayLike(collection) + ? copyArray(collection) + : values(collection) + ); + } + + /** + * Gets the size of `collection` by returning its length for array-like + * values or the number of own enumerable string keyed properties for objects. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Collection + * @param {Array|Object|string} collection The collection to inspect. + * @returns {number} Returns the collection size. + * @example + * + * _.size([1, 2, 3]); + * // => 3 + * + * _.size({ 'a': 1, 'b': 2 }); + * // => 2 + * + * _.size('pebbles'); + * // => 7 + */ + function size(collection) { + if (collection == null) { + return 0; + } + if (isArrayLike(collection)) { + return isString(collection) ? stringSize(collection) : collection.length; + } + var tag = getTag(collection); + if (tag == mapTag || tag == setTag) { + return collection.size; + } + return baseKeys(collection).length; + } + + /** + * Checks if `predicate` returns truthy for **any** element of `collection`. + * Iteration is stopped once `predicate` returns truthy. The predicate is + * invoked with three arguments: (value, index|key, collection). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Collection + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to iterate over. + * @param {Function} [predicate=_.identity] The function invoked per iteration. + * @param- {Object} [guard] Enables use as an iteratee for methods like `_.map`. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if any element passes the predicate check, + * else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.some([null, 0, 'yes', false], Boolean); + * // => true + * + * var users = [ + * { 'user': 'barney', 'active': true }, + * { 'user': 'fred', 'active': false } + * ]; + * + * // The `_.matches` iteratee shorthand. + * _.some(users, { 'user': 'barney', 'active': false }); + * // => false + * + * // The `_.matchesProperty` iteratee shorthand. + * _.some(users, ['active', false]); + * // => true + * + * // The `_.property` iteratee shorthand. + * _.some(users, 'active'); + * // => true + */ + function some(collection, predicate, guard) { + var func = isArray(collection) ? arraySome : baseSome; + if (guard && isIterateeCall(collection, predicate, guard)) { + predicate = undefined; + } + return func(collection, getIteratee(predicate, 3)); + } + + /** + * Creates an array of elements, sorted in ascending order by the results of + * running each element in a collection thru each iteratee. This method + * performs a stable sort, that is, it preserves the original sort order of + * equal elements. The iteratees are invoked with one argument: (value). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Collection + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to iterate over. + * @param {...(Function|Function[])} [iteratees=[_.identity]] + * The iteratees to sort by. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new sorted array. + * @example + * + * var users = [ + * { 'user': 'fred', 'age': 48 }, + * { 'user': 'barney', 'age': 36 }, + * { 'user': 'fred', 'age': 40 }, + * { 'user': 'barney', 'age': 34 } + * ]; + * + * _.sortBy(users, [function(o) { return o.user; }]); + * // => objects for [['barney', 36], ['barney', 34], ['fred', 48], ['fred', 40]] + * + * _.sortBy(users, ['user', 'age']); + * // => objects for [['barney', 34], ['barney', 36], ['fred', 40], ['fred', 48]] + */ + var sortBy = baseRest(function(collection, iteratees) { + if (collection == null) { + return []; + } + var length = iteratees.length; + if (length > 1 && isIterateeCall(collection, iteratees[0], iteratees[1])) { + iteratees = []; + } else if (length > 2 && isIterateeCall(iteratees[0], iteratees[1], iteratees[2])) { + iteratees = [iteratees[0]]; + } + return baseOrderBy(collection, baseFlatten(iteratees, 1), []); + }); + + /*------------------------------------------------------------------------*/ + + /** + * Gets the timestamp of the number of milliseconds that have elapsed since + * the Unix epoch (1 January 1970 00:00:00 UTC). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 2.4.0 + * @category Date + * @returns {number} Returns the timestamp. + * @example + * + * _.defer(function(stamp) { + * console.log(_.now() - stamp); + * }, _.now()); + * // => Logs the number of milliseconds it took for the deferred invocation. + */ + var now = ctxNow || function() { + return root.Date.now(); + }; + + /*------------------------------------------------------------------------*/ + + /** + * The opposite of `_.before`; this method creates a function that invokes + * `func` once it's called `n` or more times. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Function + * @param {number} n The number of calls before `func` is invoked. + * @param {Function} func The function to restrict. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new restricted function. + * @example + * + * var saves = ['profile', 'settings']; + * + * var done = _.after(saves.length, function() { + * console.log('done saving!'); + * }); + * + * _.forEach(saves, function(type) { + * asyncSave({ 'type': type, 'complete': done }); + * }); + * // => Logs 'done saving!' after the two async saves have completed. + */ + function after(n, func) { + if (typeof func != 'function') { + throw new TypeError(FUNC_ERROR_TEXT); + } + n = toInteger(n); + return function() { + if (--n < 1) { + return func.apply(this, arguments); + } + }; + } + + /** + * Creates a function that invokes `func`, with up to `n` arguments, + * ignoring any additional arguments. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.0.0 + * @category Function + * @param {Function} func The function to cap arguments for. + * @param {number} [n=func.length] The arity cap. + * @param- {Object} [guard] Enables use as an iteratee for methods like `_.map`. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new capped function. + * @example + * + * _.map(['6', '8', '10'], _.ary(parseInt, 1)); + * // => [6, 8, 10] + */ + function ary(func, n, guard) { + n = guard ? undefined : n; + n = (func && n == null) ? func.length : n; + return createWrap(func, ARY_FLAG, undefined, undefined, undefined, undefined, n); + } + + /** + * Creates a function that invokes `func`, with the `this` binding and arguments + * of the created function, while it's called less than `n` times. Subsequent + * calls to the created function return the result of the last `func` invocation. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.0.0 + * @category Function + * @param {number} n The number of calls at which `func` is no longer invoked. + * @param {Function} func The function to restrict. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new restricted function. + * @example + * + * jQuery(element).on('click', _.before(5, addContactToList)); + * // => Allows adding up to 4 contacts to the list. + */ + function before(n, func) { + var result; + if (typeof func != 'function') { + throw new TypeError(FUNC_ERROR_TEXT); + } + n = toInteger(n); + return function() { + if (--n > 0) { + result = func.apply(this, arguments); + } + if (n <= 1) { + func = undefined; + } + return result; + }; + } + + /** + * Creates a function that invokes `func` with the `this` binding of `thisArg` + * and `partials` prepended to the arguments it receives. + * + * The `_.bind.placeholder` value, which defaults to `_` in monolithic builds, + * may be used as a placeholder for partially applied arguments. + * + * **Note:** Unlike native `Function#bind`, this method doesn't set the "length" + * property of bound functions. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Function + * @param {Function} func The function to bind. + * @param {*} thisArg The `this` binding of `func`. + * @param {...*} [partials] The arguments to be partially applied. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new bound function. + * @example + * + * function greet(greeting, punctuation) { + * return greeting + ' ' + this.user + punctuation; + * } + * + * var object = { 'user': 'fred' }; + * + * var bound = _.bind(greet, object, 'hi'); + * bound('!'); + * // => 'hi fred!' + * + * // Bound with placeholders. + * var bound = _.bind(greet, object, _, '!'); + * bound('hi'); + * // => 'hi fred!' + */ + var bind = baseRest(function(func, thisArg, partials) { + var bitmask = BIND_FLAG; + if (partials.length) { + var holders = replaceHolders(partials, getHolder(bind)); + bitmask |= PARTIAL_FLAG; + } + return createWrap(func, bitmask, thisArg, partials, holders); + }); + + /** + * Creates a function that invokes the method at `object[key]` with `partials` + * prepended to the arguments it receives. + * + * This method differs from `_.bind` by allowing bound functions to reference + * methods that may be redefined or don't yet exist. See + * [Peter Michaux's article](http://peter.michaux.ca/articles/lazy-function-definition-pattern) + * for more details. + * + * The `_.bindKey.placeholder` value, which defaults to `_` in monolithic + * builds, may be used as a placeholder for partially applied arguments. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.10.0 + * @category Function + * @param {Object} object The object to invoke the method on. + * @param {string} key The key of the method. + * @param {...*} [partials] The arguments to be partially applied. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new bound function. + * @example + * + * var object = { + * 'user': 'fred', + * 'greet': function(greeting, punctuation) { + * return greeting + ' ' + this.user + punctuation; + * } + * }; + * + * var bound = _.bindKey(object, 'greet', 'hi'); + * bound('!'); + * // => 'hi fred!' + * + * object.greet = function(greeting, punctuation) { + * return greeting + 'ya ' + this.user + punctuation; + * }; + * + * bound('!'); + * // => 'hiya fred!' + * + * // Bound with placeholders. + * var bound = _.bindKey(object, 'greet', _, '!'); + * bound('hi'); + * // => 'hiya fred!' + */ + var bindKey = baseRest(function(object, key, partials) { + var bitmask = BIND_FLAG | BIND_KEY_FLAG; + if (partials.length) { + var holders = replaceHolders(partials, getHolder(bindKey)); + bitmask |= PARTIAL_FLAG; + } + return createWrap(key, bitmask, object, partials, holders); + }); + + /** + * Creates a function that accepts arguments of `func` and either invokes + * `func` returning its result, if at least `arity` number of arguments have + * been provided, or returns a function that accepts the remaining `func` + * arguments, and so on. The arity of `func` may be specified if `func.length` + * is not sufficient. + * + * The `_.curry.placeholder` value, which defaults to `_` in monolithic builds, + * may be used as a placeholder for provided arguments. + * + * **Note:** This method doesn't set the "length" property of curried functions. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 2.0.0 + * @category Function + * @param {Function} func The function to curry. + * @param {number} [arity=func.length] The arity of `func`. + * @param- {Object} [guard] Enables use as an iteratee for methods like `_.map`. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new curried function. + * @example + * + * var abc = function(a, b, c) { + * return [a, b, c]; + * }; + * + * var curried = _.curry(abc); + * + * curried(1)(2)(3); + * // => [1, 2, 3] + * + * curried(1, 2)(3); + * // => [1, 2, 3] + * + * curried(1, 2, 3); + * // => [1, 2, 3] + * + * // Curried with placeholders. + * curried(1)(_, 3)(2); + * // => [1, 2, 3] + */ + function curry(func, arity, guard) { + arity = guard ? undefined : arity; + var result = createWrap(func, CURRY_FLAG, undefined, undefined, undefined, undefined, undefined, arity); + result.placeholder = curry.placeholder; + return result; + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.curry` except that arguments are applied to `func` + * in the manner of `_.partialRight` instead of `_.partial`. + * + * The `_.curryRight.placeholder` value, which defaults to `_` in monolithic + * builds, may be used as a placeholder for provided arguments. + * + * **Note:** This method doesn't set the "length" property of curried functions. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.0.0 + * @category Function + * @param {Function} func The function to curry. + * @param {number} [arity=func.length] The arity of `func`. + * @param- {Object} [guard] Enables use as an iteratee for methods like `_.map`. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new curried function. + * @example + * + * var abc = function(a, b, c) { + * return [a, b, c]; + * }; + * + * var curried = _.curryRight(abc); + * + * curried(3)(2)(1); + * // => [1, 2, 3] + * + * curried(2, 3)(1); + * // => [1, 2, 3] + * + * curried(1, 2, 3); + * // => [1, 2, 3] + * + * // Curried with placeholders. + * curried(3)(1, _)(2); + * // => [1, 2, 3] + */ + function curryRight(func, arity, guard) { + arity = guard ? undefined : arity; + var result = createWrap(func, CURRY_RIGHT_FLAG, undefined, undefined, undefined, undefined, undefined, arity); + result.placeholder = curryRight.placeholder; + return result; + } + + /** + * Creates a debounced function that delays invoking `func` until after `wait` + * milliseconds have elapsed since the last time the debounced function was + * invoked. The debounced function comes with a `cancel` method to cancel + * delayed `func` invocations and a `flush` method to immediately invoke them. + * Provide `options` to indicate whether `func` should be invoked on the + * leading and/or trailing edge of the `wait` timeout. The `func` is invoked + * with the last arguments provided to the debounced function. Subsequent + * calls to the debounced function return the result of the last `func` + * invocation. + * + * **Note:** If `leading` and `trailing` options are `true`, `func` is + * invoked on the trailing edge of the timeout only if the debounced function + * is invoked more than once during the `wait` timeout. + * + * If `wait` is `0` and `leading` is `false`, `func` invocation is deferred + * until to the next tick, similar to `setTimeout` with a timeout of `0`. + * + * See [David Corbacho's article](https://css-tricks.com/debouncing-throttling-explained-examples/) + * for details over the differences between `_.debounce` and `_.throttle`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Function + * @param {Function} func The function to debounce. + * @param {number} [wait=0] The number of milliseconds to delay. + * @param {Object} [options={}] The options object. + * @param {boolean} [options.leading=false] + * Specify invoking on the leading edge of the timeout. + * @param {number} [options.maxWait] + * The maximum time `func` is allowed to be delayed before it's invoked. + * @param {boolean} [options.trailing=true] + * Specify invoking on the trailing edge of the timeout. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new debounced function. + * @example + * + * // Avoid costly calculations while the window size is in flux. + * jQuery(window).on('resize', _.debounce(calculateLayout, 150)); + * + * // Invoke `sendMail` when clicked, debouncing subsequent calls. + * jQuery(element).on('click', _.debounce(sendMail, 300, { + * 'leading': true, + * 'trailing': false + * })); + * + * // Ensure `batchLog` is invoked once after 1 second of debounced calls. + * var debounced = _.debounce(batchLog, 250, { 'maxWait': 1000 }); + * var source = new EventSource('/stream'); + * jQuery(source).on('message', debounced); + * + * // Cancel the trailing debounced invocation. + * jQuery(window).on('popstate', debounced.cancel); + */ + function debounce(func, wait, options) { + var lastArgs, + lastThis, + maxWait, + result, + timerId, + lastCallTime, + lastInvokeTime = 0, + leading = false, + maxing = false, + trailing = true; + + if (typeof func != 'function') { + throw new TypeError(FUNC_ERROR_TEXT); + } + wait = toNumber(wait) || 0; + if (isObject(options)) { + leading = !!options.leading; + maxing = 'maxWait' in options; + maxWait = maxing ? nativeMax(toNumber(options.maxWait) || 0, wait) : maxWait; + trailing = 'trailing' in options ? !!options.trailing : trailing; + } + + function invokeFunc(time) { + var args = lastArgs, + thisArg = lastThis; + + lastArgs = lastThis = undefined; + lastInvokeTime = time; + result = func.apply(thisArg, args); + return result; + } + + function leadingEdge(time) { + // Reset any `maxWait` timer. + lastInvokeTime = time; + // Start the timer for the trailing edge. + timerId = setTimeout(timerExpired, wait); + // Invoke the leading edge. + return leading ? invokeFunc(time) : result; + } + + function remainingWait(time) { + var timeSinceLastCall = time - lastCallTime, + timeSinceLastInvoke = time - lastInvokeTime, + result = wait - timeSinceLastCall; + + return maxing ? nativeMin(result, maxWait - timeSinceLastInvoke) : result; + } + + function shouldInvoke(time) { + var timeSinceLastCall = time - lastCallTime, + timeSinceLastInvoke = time - lastInvokeTime; + + // Either this is the first call, activity has stopped and we're at the + // trailing edge, the system time has gone backwards and we're treating + // it as the trailing edge, or we've hit the `maxWait` limit. + return (lastCallTime === undefined || (timeSinceLastCall >= wait) || + (timeSinceLastCall < 0) || (maxing && timeSinceLastInvoke >= maxWait)); + } + + function timerExpired() { + var time = now(); + if (shouldInvoke(time)) { + return trailingEdge(time); + } + // Restart the timer. + timerId = setTimeout(timerExpired, remainingWait(time)); + } + + function trailingEdge(time) { + timerId = undefined; + + // Only invoke if we have `lastArgs` which means `func` has been + // debounced at least once. + if (trailing && lastArgs) { + return invokeFunc(time); + } + lastArgs = lastThis = undefined; + return result; + } + + function cancel() { + if (timerId !== undefined) { + clearTimeout(timerId); + } + lastInvokeTime = 0; + lastArgs = lastCallTime = lastThis = timerId = undefined; + } + + function flush() { + return timerId === undefined ? result : trailingEdge(now()); + } + + function debounced() { + var time = now(), + isInvoking = shouldInvoke(time); + + lastArgs = arguments; + lastThis = this; + lastCallTime = time; + + if (isInvoking) { + if (timerId === undefined) { + return leadingEdge(lastCallTime); + } + if (maxing) { + // Handle invocations in a tight loop. + timerId = setTimeout(timerExpired, wait); + return invokeFunc(lastCallTime); + } + } + if (timerId === undefined) { + timerId = setTimeout(timerExpired, wait); + } + return result; + } + debounced.cancel = cancel; + debounced.flush = flush; + return debounced; + } + + /** + * Defers invoking the `func` until the current call stack has cleared. Any + * additional arguments are provided to `func` when it's invoked. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Function + * @param {Function} func The function to defer. + * @param {...*} [args] The arguments to invoke `func` with. + * @returns {number} Returns the timer id. + * @example + * + * _.defer(function(text) { + * console.log(text); + * }, 'deferred'); + * // => Logs 'deferred' after one millisecond. + */ + var defer = baseRest(function(func, args) { + return baseDelay(func, 1, args); + }); + + /** + * Invokes `func` after `wait` milliseconds. Any additional arguments are + * provided to `func` when it's invoked. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Function + * @param {Function} func The function to delay. + * @param {number} wait The number of milliseconds to delay invocation. + * @param {...*} [args] The arguments to invoke `func` with. + * @returns {number} Returns the timer id. + * @example + * + * _.delay(function(text) { + * console.log(text); + * }, 1000, 'later'); + * // => Logs 'later' after one second. + */ + var delay = baseRest(function(func, wait, args) { + return baseDelay(func, toNumber(wait) || 0, args); + }); + + /** + * Creates a function that invokes `func` with arguments reversed. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Function + * @param {Function} func The function to flip arguments for. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new flipped function. + * @example + * + * var flipped = _.flip(function() { + * return _.toArray(arguments); + * }); + * + * flipped('a', 'b', 'c', 'd'); + * // => ['d', 'c', 'b', 'a'] + */ + function flip(func) { + return createWrap(func, FLIP_FLAG); + } + + /** + * Creates a function that memoizes the result of `func`. If `resolver` is + * provided, it determines the cache key for storing the result based on the + * arguments provided to the memoized function. By default, the first argument + * provided to the memoized function is used as the map cache key. The `func` + * is invoked with the `this` binding of the memoized function. + * + * **Note:** The cache is exposed as the `cache` property on the memoized + * function. Its creation may be customized by replacing the `_.memoize.Cache` + * constructor with one whose instances implement the + * [`Map`](http://ecma-international.org/ecma-262/7.0/#sec-properties-of-the-map-prototype-object) + * method interface of `delete`, `get`, `has`, and `set`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Function + * @param {Function} func The function to have its output memoized. + * @param {Function} [resolver] The function to resolve the cache key. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new memoized function. + * @example + * + * var object = { 'a': 1, 'b': 2 }; + * var other = { 'c': 3, 'd': 4 }; + * + * var values = _.memoize(_.values); + * values(object); + * // => [1, 2] + * + * values(other); + * // => [3, 4] + * + * object.a = 2; + * values(object); + * // => [1, 2] + * + * // Modify the result cache. + * values.cache.set(object, ['a', 'b']); + * values(object); + * // => ['a', 'b'] + * + * // Replace `_.memoize.Cache`. + * _.memoize.Cache = WeakMap; + */ + function memoize(func, resolver) { + if (typeof func != 'function' || (resolver && typeof resolver != 'function')) { + throw new TypeError(FUNC_ERROR_TEXT); + } + var memoized = function() { + var args = arguments, + key = resolver ? resolver.apply(this, args) : args[0], + cache = memoized.cache; + + if (cache.has(key)) { + return cache.get(key); + } + var result = func.apply(this, args); + memoized.cache = cache.set(key, result) || cache; + return result; + }; + memoized.cache = new (memoize.Cache || MapCache); + return memoized; + } + + // Expose `MapCache`. + memoize.Cache = MapCache; + + /** + * Creates a function that negates the result of the predicate `func`. The + * `func` predicate is invoked with the `this` binding and arguments of the + * created function. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.0.0 + * @category Function + * @param {Function} predicate The predicate to negate. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new negated function. + * @example + * + * function isEven(n) { + * return n % 2 == 0; + * } + * + * _.filter([1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6], _.negate(isEven)); + * // => [1, 3, 5] + */ + function negate(predicate) { + if (typeof predicate != 'function') { + throw new TypeError(FUNC_ERROR_TEXT); + } + return function() { + var args = arguments; + switch (args.length) { + case 0: return !predicate.call(this); + case 1: return !predicate.call(this, args[0]); + case 2: return !predicate.call(this, args[0], args[1]); + case 3: return !predicate.call(this, args[0], args[1], args[2]); + } + return !predicate.apply(this, args); + }; + } + + /** + * Creates a function that is restricted to invoking `func` once. Repeat calls + * to the function return the value of the first invocation. The `func` is + * invoked with the `this` binding and arguments of the created function. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Function + * @param {Function} func The function to restrict. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new restricted function. + * @example + * + * var initialize = _.once(createApplication); + * initialize(); + * initialize(); + * // => `createApplication` is invoked once + */ + function once(func) { + return before(2, func); + } + + /** + * Creates a function that invokes `func` with its arguments transformed. + * + * @static + * @since 4.0.0 + * @memberOf _ + * @category Function + * @param {Function} func The function to wrap. + * @param {...(Function|Function[])} [transforms=[_.identity]] + * The argument transforms. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new function. + * @example + * + * function doubled(n) { + * return n * 2; + * } + * + * function square(n) { + * return n * n; + * } + * + * var func = _.overArgs(function(x, y) { + * return [x, y]; + * }, [square, doubled]); + * + * func(9, 3); + * // => [81, 6] + * + * func(10, 5); + * // => [100, 10] + */ + var overArgs = castRest(function(func, transforms) { + transforms = (transforms.length == 1 && isArray(transforms[0])) + ? arrayMap(transforms[0], baseUnary(getIteratee())) + : arrayMap(baseFlatten(transforms, 1), baseUnary(getIteratee())); + + var funcsLength = transforms.length; + return baseRest(function(args) { + var index = -1, + length = nativeMin(args.length, funcsLength); + + while (++index < length) { + args[index] = transforms[index].call(this, args[index]); + } + return apply(func, this, args); + }); + }); + + /** + * Creates a function that invokes `func` with `partials` prepended to the + * arguments it receives. This method is like `_.bind` except it does **not** + * alter the `this` binding. + * + * The `_.partial.placeholder` value, which defaults to `_` in monolithic + * builds, may be used as a placeholder for partially applied arguments. + * + * **Note:** This method doesn't set the "length" property of partially + * applied functions. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.2.0 + * @category Function + * @param {Function} func The function to partially apply arguments to. + * @param {...*} [partials] The arguments to be partially applied. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new partially applied function. + * @example + * + * function greet(greeting, name) { + * return greeting + ' ' + name; + * } + * + * var sayHelloTo = _.partial(greet, 'hello'); + * sayHelloTo('fred'); + * // => 'hello fred' + * + * // Partially applied with placeholders. + * var greetFred = _.partial(greet, _, 'fred'); + * greetFred('hi'); + * // => 'hi fred' + */ + var partial = baseRest(function(func, partials) { + var holders = replaceHolders(partials, getHolder(partial)); + return createWrap(func, PARTIAL_FLAG, undefined, partials, holders); + }); + + /** + * This method is like `_.partial` except that partially applied arguments + * are appended to the arguments it receives. + * + * The `_.partialRight.placeholder` value, which defaults to `_` in monolithic + * builds, may be used as a placeholder for partially applied arguments. + * + * **Note:** This method doesn't set the "length" property of partially + * applied functions. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 1.0.0 + * @category Function + * @param {Function} func The function to partially apply arguments to. + * @param {...*} [partials] The arguments to be partially applied. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new partially applied function. + * @example + * + * function greet(greeting, name) { + * return greeting + ' ' + name; + * } + * + * var greetFred = _.partialRight(greet, 'fred'); + * greetFred('hi'); + * // => 'hi fred' + * + * // Partially applied with placeholders. + * var sayHelloTo = _.partialRight(greet, 'hello', _); + * sayHelloTo('fred'); + * // => 'hello fred' + */ + var partialRight = baseRest(function(func, partials) { + var holders = replaceHolders(partials, getHolder(partialRight)); + return createWrap(func, PARTIAL_RIGHT_FLAG, undefined, partials, holders); + }); + + /** + * Creates a function that invokes `func` with arguments arranged according + * to the specified `indexes` where the argument value at the first index is + * provided as the first argument, the argument value at the second index is + * provided as the second argument, and so on. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.0.0 + * @category Function + * @param {Function} func The function to rearrange arguments for. + * @param {...(number|number[])} indexes The arranged argument indexes. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new function. + * @example + * + * var rearged = _.rearg(function(a, b, c) { + * return [a, b, c]; + * }, [2, 0, 1]); + * + * rearged('b', 'c', 'a') + * // => ['a', 'b', 'c'] + */ + var rearg = flatRest(function(func, indexes) { + return createWrap(func, REARG_FLAG, undefined, undefined, undefined, indexes); + }); + + /** + * Creates a function that invokes `func` with the `this` binding of the + * created function and arguments from `start` and beyond provided as + * an array. + * + * **Note:** This method is based on the + * [rest parameter](https://mdn.io/rest_parameters). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Function + * @param {Function} func The function to apply a rest parameter to. + * @param {number} [start=func.length-1] The start position of the rest parameter. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new function. + * @example + * + * var say = _.rest(function(what, names) { + * return what + ' ' + _.initial(names).join(', ') + + * (_.size(names) > 1 ? ', & ' : '') + _.last(names); + * }); + * + * say('hello', 'fred', 'barney', 'pebbles'); + * // => 'hello fred, barney, & pebbles' + */ + function rest(func, start) { + if (typeof func != 'function') { + throw new TypeError(FUNC_ERROR_TEXT); + } + start = start === undefined ? start : toInteger(start); + return baseRest(func, start); + } + + /** + * Creates a function that invokes `func` with the `this` binding of the + * create function and an array of arguments much like + * [`Function#apply`](http://www.ecma-international.org/ecma-262/7.0/#sec-function.prototype.apply). + * + * **Note:** This method is based on the + * [spread operator](https://mdn.io/spread_operator). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.2.0 + * @category Function + * @param {Function} func The function to spread arguments over. + * @param {number} [start=0] The start position of the spread. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new function. + * @example + * + * var say = _.spread(function(who, what) { + * return who + ' says ' + what; + * }); + * + * say(['fred', 'hello']); + * // => 'fred says hello' + * + * var numbers = Promise.all([ + * Promise.resolve(40), + * Promise.resolve(36) + * ]); + * + * numbers.then(_.spread(function(x, y) { + * return x + y; + * })); + * // => a Promise of 76 + */ + function spread(func, start) { + if (typeof func != 'function') { + throw new TypeError(FUNC_ERROR_TEXT); + } + start = start === undefined ? 0 : nativeMax(toInteger(start), 0); + return baseRest(function(args) { + var array = args[start], + otherArgs = castSlice(args, 0, start); + + if (array) { + arrayPush(otherArgs, array); + } + return apply(func, this, otherArgs); + }); + } + + /** + * Creates a throttled function that only invokes `func` at most once per + * every `wait` milliseconds. The throttled function comes with a `cancel` + * method to cancel delayed `func` invocations and a `flush` method to + * immediately invoke them. Provide `options` to indicate whether `func` + * should be invoked on the leading and/or trailing edge of the `wait` + * timeout. The `func` is invoked with the last arguments provided to the + * throttled function. Subsequent calls to the throttled function return the + * result of the last `func` invocation. + * + * **Note:** If `leading` and `trailing` options are `true`, `func` is + * invoked on the trailing edge of the timeout only if the throttled function + * is invoked more than once during the `wait` timeout. + * + * If `wait` is `0` and `leading` is `false`, `func` invocation is deferred + * until to the next tick, similar to `setTimeout` with a timeout of `0`. + * + * See [David Corbacho's article](https://css-tricks.com/debouncing-throttling-explained-examples/) + * for details over the differences between `_.throttle` and `_.debounce`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Function + * @param {Function} func The function to throttle. + * @param {number} [wait=0] The number of milliseconds to throttle invocations to. + * @param {Object} [options={}] The options object. + * @param {boolean} [options.leading=true] + * Specify invoking on the leading edge of the timeout. + * @param {boolean} [options.trailing=true] + * Specify invoking on the trailing edge of the timeout. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new throttled function. + * @example + * + * // Avoid excessively updating the position while scrolling. + * jQuery(window).on('scroll', _.throttle(updatePosition, 100)); + * + * // Invoke `renewToken` when the click event is fired, but not more than once every 5 minutes. + * var throttled = _.throttle(renewToken, 300000, { 'trailing': false }); + * jQuery(element).on('click', throttled); + * + * // Cancel the trailing throttled invocation. + * jQuery(window).on('popstate', throttled.cancel); + */ + function throttle(func, wait, options) { + var leading = true, + trailing = true; + + if (typeof func != 'function') { + throw new TypeError(FUNC_ERROR_TEXT); + } + if (isObject(options)) { + leading = 'leading' in options ? !!options.leading : leading; + trailing = 'trailing' in options ? !!options.trailing : trailing; + } + return debounce(func, wait, { + 'leading': leading, + 'maxWait': wait, + 'trailing': trailing + }); + } + + /** + * Creates a function that accepts up to one argument, ignoring any + * additional arguments. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Function + * @param {Function} func The function to cap arguments for. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new capped function. + * @example + * + * _.map(['6', '8', '10'], _.unary(parseInt)); + * // => [6, 8, 10] + */ + function unary(func) { + return ary(func, 1); + } + + /** + * Creates a function that provides `value` to `wrapper` as its first + * argument. Any additional arguments provided to the function are appended + * to those provided to the `wrapper`. The wrapper is invoked with the `this` + * binding of the created function. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Function + * @param {*} value The value to wrap. + * @param {Function} [wrapper=identity] The wrapper function. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new function. + * @example + * + * var p = _.wrap(_.escape, function(func, text) { + * return '

' + func(text) + '

'; + * }); + * + * p('fred, barney, & pebbles'); + * // => '

fred, barney, & pebbles

' + */ + function wrap(value, wrapper) { + wrapper = wrapper == null ? identity : wrapper; + return partial(wrapper, value); + } + + /*------------------------------------------------------------------------*/ + + /** + * Casts `value` as an array if it's not one. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.4.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to inspect. + * @returns {Array} Returns the cast array. + * @example + * + * _.castArray(1); + * // => [1] + * + * _.castArray({ 'a': 1 }); + * // => [{ 'a': 1 }] + * + * _.castArray('abc'); + * // => ['abc'] + * + * _.castArray(null); + * // => [null] + * + * _.castArray(undefined); + * // => [undefined] + * + * _.castArray(); + * // => [] + * + * var array = [1, 2, 3]; + * console.log(_.castArray(array) === array); + * // => true + */ + function castArray() { + if (!arguments.length) { + return []; + } + var value = arguments[0]; + return isArray(value) ? value : [value]; + } + + /** + * Creates a shallow clone of `value`. + * + * **Note:** This method is loosely based on the + * [structured clone algorithm](https://mdn.io/Structured_clone_algorithm) + * and supports cloning arrays, array buffers, booleans, date objects, maps, + * numbers, `Object` objects, regexes, sets, strings, symbols, and typed + * arrays. The own enumerable properties of `arguments` objects are cloned + * as plain objects. An empty object is returned for uncloneable values such + * as error objects, functions, DOM nodes, and WeakMaps. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to clone. + * @returns {*} Returns the cloned value. + * @see _.cloneDeep + * @example + * + * var objects = [{ 'a': 1 }, { 'b': 2 }]; + * + * var shallow = _.clone(objects); + * console.log(shallow[0] === objects[0]); + * // => true + */ + function clone(value) { + return baseClone(value, false, true); + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.clone` except that it accepts `customizer` which + * is invoked to produce the cloned value. If `customizer` returns `undefined`, + * cloning is handled by the method instead. The `customizer` is invoked with + * up to four arguments; (value [, index|key, object, stack]). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to clone. + * @param {Function} [customizer] The function to customize cloning. + * @returns {*} Returns the cloned value. + * @see _.cloneDeepWith + * @example + * + * function customizer(value) { + * if (_.isElement(value)) { + * return value.cloneNode(false); + * } + * } + * + * var el = _.cloneWith(document.body, customizer); + * + * console.log(el === document.body); + * // => false + * console.log(el.nodeName); + * // => 'BODY' + * console.log(el.childNodes.length); + * // => 0 + */ + function cloneWith(value, customizer) { + return baseClone(value, false, true, customizer); + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.clone` except that it recursively clones `value`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 1.0.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to recursively clone. + * @returns {*} Returns the deep cloned value. + * @see _.clone + * @example + * + * var objects = [{ 'a': 1 }, { 'b': 2 }]; + * + * var deep = _.cloneDeep(objects); + * console.log(deep[0] === objects[0]); + * // => false + */ + function cloneDeep(value) { + return baseClone(value, true, true); + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.cloneWith` except that it recursively clones `value`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to recursively clone. + * @param {Function} [customizer] The function to customize cloning. + * @returns {*} Returns the deep cloned value. + * @see _.cloneWith + * @example + * + * function customizer(value) { + * if (_.isElement(value)) { + * return value.cloneNode(true); + * } + * } + * + * var el = _.cloneDeepWith(document.body, customizer); + * + * console.log(el === document.body); + * // => false + * console.log(el.nodeName); + * // => 'BODY' + * console.log(el.childNodes.length); + * // => 20 + */ + function cloneDeepWith(value, customizer) { + return baseClone(value, true, true, customizer); + } + + /** + * Checks if `object` conforms to `source` by invoking the predicate + * properties of `source` with the corresponding property values of `object`. + * + * **Note:** This method is equivalent to `_.conforms` when `source` is + * partially applied. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.14.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {Object} object The object to inspect. + * @param {Object} source The object of property predicates to conform to. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `object` conforms, else `false`. + * @example + * + * var object = { 'a': 1, 'b': 2 }; + * + * _.conformsTo(object, { 'b': function(n) { return n > 1; } }); + * // => true + * + * _.conformsTo(object, { 'b': function(n) { return n > 2; } }); + * // => false + */ + function conformsTo(object, source) { + return source == null || baseConformsTo(object, source, keys(source)); + } + + /** + * Performs a + * [`SameValueZero`](http://ecma-international.org/ecma-262/7.0/#sec-samevaluezero) + * comparison between two values to determine if they are equivalent. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to compare. + * @param {*} other The other value to compare. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if the values are equivalent, else `false`. + * @example + * + * var object = { 'a': 1 }; + * var other = { 'a': 1 }; + * + * _.eq(object, object); + * // => true + * + * _.eq(object, other); + * // => false + * + * _.eq('a', 'a'); + * // => true + * + * _.eq('a', Object('a')); + * // => false + * + * _.eq(NaN, NaN); + * // => true + */ + function eq(value, other) { + return value === other || (value !== value && other !== other); + } + + /** + * Checks if `value` is greater than `other`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.9.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to compare. + * @param {*} other The other value to compare. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is greater than `other`, + * else `false`. + * @see _.lt + * @example + * + * _.gt(3, 1); + * // => true + * + * _.gt(3, 3); + * // => false + * + * _.gt(1, 3); + * // => false + */ + var gt = createRelationalOperation(baseGt); + + /** + * Checks if `value` is greater than or equal to `other`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.9.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to compare. + * @param {*} other The other value to compare. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is greater than or equal to + * `other`, else `false`. + * @see _.lte + * @example + * + * _.gte(3, 1); + * // => true + * + * _.gte(3, 3); + * // => true + * + * _.gte(1, 3); + * // => false + */ + var gte = createRelationalOperation(function(value, other) { + return value >= other; + }); + + /** + * Checks if `value` is likely an `arguments` object. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is an `arguments` object, + * else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.isArguments(function() { return arguments; }()); + * // => true + * + * _.isArguments([1, 2, 3]); + * // => false + */ + function isArguments(value) { + // Safari 8.1 makes `arguments.callee` enumerable in strict mode. + return isArrayLikeObject(value) && hasOwnProperty.call(value, 'callee') && + (!propertyIsEnumerable.call(value, 'callee') || objectToString.call(value) == argsTag); + } + + /** + * Checks if `value` is classified as an `Array` object. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is an array, else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.isArray([1, 2, 3]); + * // => true + * + * _.isArray(document.body.children); + * // => false + * + * _.isArray('abc'); + * // => false + * + * _.isArray(_.noop); + * // => false + */ + var isArray = Array.isArray; + + /** + * Checks if `value` is classified as an `ArrayBuffer` object. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.3.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is an array buffer, else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.isArrayBuffer(new ArrayBuffer(2)); + * // => true + * + * _.isArrayBuffer(new Array(2)); + * // => false + */ + var isArrayBuffer = nodeIsArrayBuffer ? baseUnary(nodeIsArrayBuffer) : baseIsArrayBuffer; + + /** + * Checks if `value` is array-like. A value is considered array-like if it's + * not a function and has a `value.length` that's an integer greater than or + * equal to `0` and less than or equal to `Number.MAX_SAFE_INTEGER`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is array-like, else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.isArrayLike([1, 2, 3]); + * // => true + * + * _.isArrayLike(document.body.children); + * // => true + * + * _.isArrayLike('abc'); + * // => true + * + * _.isArrayLike(_.noop); + * // => false + */ + function isArrayLike(value) { + return value != null && isLength(value.length) && !isFunction(value); + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.isArrayLike` except that it also checks if `value` + * is an object. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is an array-like object, + * else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.isArrayLikeObject([1, 2, 3]); + * // => true + * + * _.isArrayLikeObject(document.body.children); + * // => true + * + * _.isArrayLikeObject('abc'); + * // => false + * + * _.isArrayLikeObject(_.noop); + * // => false + */ + function isArrayLikeObject(value) { + return isObjectLike(value) && isArrayLike(value); + } + + /** + * Checks if `value` is classified as a boolean primitive or object. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is a boolean, else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.isBoolean(false); + * // => true + * + * _.isBoolean(null); + * // => false + */ + function isBoolean(value) { + return value === true || value === false || + (isObjectLike(value) && objectToString.call(value) == boolTag); + } + + /** + * Checks if `value` is a buffer. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.3.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is a buffer, else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.isBuffer(new Buffer(2)); + * // => true + * + * _.isBuffer(new Uint8Array(2)); + * // => false + */ + var isBuffer = nativeIsBuffer || stubFalse; + + /** + * Checks if `value` is classified as a `Date` object. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is a date object, else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.isDate(new Date); + * // => true + * + * _.isDate('Mon April 23 2012'); + * // => false + */ + var isDate = nodeIsDate ? baseUnary(nodeIsDate) : baseIsDate; + + /** + * Checks if `value` is likely a DOM element. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is a DOM element, else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.isElement(document.body); + * // => true + * + * _.isElement(''); + * // => false + */ + function isElement(value) { + return value != null && value.nodeType === 1 && isObjectLike(value) && !isPlainObject(value); + } + + /** + * Checks if `value` is an empty object, collection, map, or set. + * + * Objects are considered empty if they have no own enumerable string keyed + * properties. + * + * Array-like values such as `arguments` objects, arrays, buffers, strings, or + * jQuery-like collections are considered empty if they have a `length` of `0`. + * Similarly, maps and sets are considered empty if they have a `size` of `0`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is empty, else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.isEmpty(null); + * // => true + * + * _.isEmpty(true); + * // => true + * + * _.isEmpty(1); + * // => true + * + * _.isEmpty([1, 2, 3]); + * // => false + * + * _.isEmpty({ 'a': 1 }); + * // => false + */ + function isEmpty(value) { + if (isArrayLike(value) && + (isArray(value) || typeof value == 'string' || + typeof value.splice == 'function' || isBuffer(value) || isArguments(value))) { + return !value.length; + } + var tag = getTag(value); + if (tag == mapTag || tag == setTag) { + return !value.size; + } + if (isPrototype(value)) { + return !nativeKeys(value).length; + } + for (var key in value) { + if (hasOwnProperty.call(value, key)) { + return false; + } + } + return true; + } + + /** + * Performs a deep comparison between two values to determine if they are + * equivalent. + * + * **Note:** This method supports comparing arrays, array buffers, booleans, + * date objects, error objects, maps, numbers, `Object` objects, regexes, + * sets, strings, symbols, and typed arrays. `Object` objects are compared + * by their own, not inherited, enumerable properties. Functions and DOM + * nodes are **not** supported. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to compare. + * @param {*} other The other value to compare. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if the values are equivalent, else `false`. + * @example + * + * var object = { 'a': 1 }; + * var other = { 'a': 1 }; + * + * _.isEqual(object, other); + * // => true + * + * object === other; + * // => false + */ + function isEqual(value, other) { + return baseIsEqual(value, other); + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.isEqual` except that it accepts `customizer` which + * is invoked to compare values. If `customizer` returns `undefined`, comparisons + * are handled by the method instead. The `customizer` is invoked with up to + * six arguments: (objValue, othValue [, index|key, object, other, stack]). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to compare. + * @param {*} other The other value to compare. + * @param {Function} [customizer] The function to customize comparisons. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if the values are equivalent, else `false`. + * @example + * + * function isGreeting(value) { + * return /^h(?:i|ello)$/.test(value); + * } + * + * function customizer(objValue, othValue) { + * if (isGreeting(objValue) && isGreeting(othValue)) { + * return true; + * } + * } + * + * var array = ['hello', 'goodbye']; + * var other = ['hi', 'goodbye']; + * + * _.isEqualWith(array, other, customizer); + * // => true + */ + function isEqualWith(value, other, customizer) { + customizer = typeof customizer == 'function' ? customizer : undefined; + var result = customizer ? customizer(value, other) : undefined; + return result === undefined ? baseIsEqual(value, other, customizer) : !!result; + } + + /** + * Checks if `value` is an `Error`, `EvalError`, `RangeError`, `ReferenceError`, + * `SyntaxError`, `TypeError`, or `URIError` object. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.0.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is an error object, else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.isError(new Error); + * // => true + * + * _.isError(Error); + * // => false + */ + function isError(value) { + if (!isObjectLike(value)) { + return false; + } + return (objectToString.call(value) == errorTag) || + (typeof value.message == 'string' && typeof value.name == 'string'); + } + + /** + * Checks if `value` is a finite primitive number. + * + * **Note:** This method is based on + * [`Number.isFinite`](https://mdn.io/Number/isFinite). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is a finite number, else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.isFinite(3); + * // => true + * + * _.isFinite(Number.MIN_VALUE); + * // => true + * + * _.isFinite(Infinity); + * // => false + * + * _.isFinite('3'); + * // => false + */ + function isFinite(value) { + return typeof value == 'number' && nativeIsFinite(value); + } + + /** + * Checks if `value` is classified as a `Function` object. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is a function, else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.isFunction(_); + * // => true + * + * _.isFunction(/abc/); + * // => false + */ + function isFunction(value) { + // The use of `Object#toString` avoids issues with the `typeof` operator + // in Safari 8-9 which returns 'object' for typed array and other constructors. + var tag = isObject(value) ? objectToString.call(value) : ''; + return tag == funcTag || tag == genTag; + } + + /** + * Checks if `value` is an integer. + * + * **Note:** This method is based on + * [`Number.isInteger`](https://mdn.io/Number/isInteger). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is an integer, else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.isInteger(3); + * // => true + * + * _.isInteger(Number.MIN_VALUE); + * // => false + * + * _.isInteger(Infinity); + * // => false + * + * _.isInteger('3'); + * // => false + */ + function isInteger(value) { + return typeof value == 'number' && value == toInteger(value); + } + + /** + * Checks if `value` is a valid array-like length. + * + * **Note:** This method is loosely based on + * [`ToLength`](http://ecma-international.org/ecma-262/7.0/#sec-tolength). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is a valid length, else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.isLength(3); + * // => true + * + * _.isLength(Number.MIN_VALUE); + * // => false + * + * _.isLength(Infinity); + * // => false + * + * _.isLength('3'); + * // => false + */ + function isLength(value) { + return typeof value == 'number' && + value > -1 && value % 1 == 0 && value <= MAX_SAFE_INTEGER; + } + + /** + * Checks if `value` is the + * [language type](http://www.ecma-international.org/ecma-262/7.0/#sec-ecmascript-language-types) + * of `Object`. (e.g. arrays, functions, objects, regexes, `new Number(0)`, and `new String('')`) + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is an object, else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.isObject({}); + * // => true + * + * _.isObject([1, 2, 3]); + * // => true + * + * _.isObject(_.noop); + * // => true + * + * _.isObject(null); + * // => false + */ + function isObject(value) { + var type = typeof value; + return value != null && (type == 'object' || type == 'function'); + } + + /** + * Checks if `value` is object-like. A value is object-like if it's not `null` + * and has a `typeof` result of "object". + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is object-like, else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.isObjectLike({}); + * // => true + * + * _.isObjectLike([1, 2, 3]); + * // => true + * + * _.isObjectLike(_.noop); + * // => false + * + * _.isObjectLike(null); + * // => false + */ + function isObjectLike(value) { + return value != null && typeof value == 'object'; + } + + /** + * Checks if `value` is classified as a `Map` object. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.3.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is a map, else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.isMap(new Map); + * // => true + * + * _.isMap(new WeakMap); + * // => false + */ + var isMap = nodeIsMap ? baseUnary(nodeIsMap) : baseIsMap; + + /** + * Performs a partial deep comparison between `object` and `source` to + * determine if `object` contains equivalent property values. + * + * **Note:** This method is equivalent to `_.matches` when `source` is + * partially applied. + * + * Partial comparisons will match empty array and empty object `source` + * values against any array or object value, respectively. See `_.isEqual` + * for a list of supported value comparisons. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.0.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {Object} object The object to inspect. + * @param {Object} source The object of property values to match. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `object` is a match, else `false`. + * @example + * + * var object = { 'a': 1, 'b': 2 }; + * + * _.isMatch(object, { 'b': 2 }); + * // => true + * + * _.isMatch(object, { 'b': 1 }); + * // => false + */ + function isMatch(object, source) { + return object === source || baseIsMatch(object, source, getMatchData(source)); + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.isMatch` except that it accepts `customizer` which + * is invoked to compare values. If `customizer` returns `undefined`, comparisons + * are handled by the method instead. The `customizer` is invoked with five + * arguments: (objValue, srcValue, index|key, object, source). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {Object} object The object to inspect. + * @param {Object} source The object of property values to match. + * @param {Function} [customizer] The function to customize comparisons. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `object` is a match, else `false`. + * @example + * + * function isGreeting(value) { + * return /^h(?:i|ello)$/.test(value); + * } + * + * function customizer(objValue, srcValue) { + * if (isGreeting(objValue) && isGreeting(srcValue)) { + * return true; + * } + * } + * + * var object = { 'greeting': 'hello' }; + * var source = { 'greeting': 'hi' }; + * + * _.isMatchWith(object, source, customizer); + * // => true + */ + function isMatchWith(object, source, customizer) { + customizer = typeof customizer == 'function' ? customizer : undefined; + return baseIsMatch(object, source, getMatchData(source), customizer); + } + + /** + * Checks if `value` is `NaN`. + * + * **Note:** This method is based on + * [`Number.isNaN`](https://mdn.io/Number/isNaN) and is not the same as + * global [`isNaN`](https://mdn.io/isNaN) which returns `true` for + * `undefined` and other non-number values. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is `NaN`, else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.isNaN(NaN); + * // => true + * + * _.isNaN(new Number(NaN)); + * // => true + * + * isNaN(undefined); + * // => true + * + * _.isNaN(undefined); + * // => false + */ + function isNaN(value) { + // An `NaN` primitive is the only value that is not equal to itself. + // Perform the `toStringTag` check first to avoid errors with some + // ActiveX objects in IE. + return isNumber(value) && value != +value; + } + + /** + * Checks if `value` is a pristine native function. + * + * **Note:** This method can't reliably detect native functions in the presence + * of the core-js package because core-js circumvents this kind of detection. + * Despite multiple requests, the core-js maintainer has made it clear: any + * attempt to fix the detection will be obstructed. As a result, we're left + * with little choice but to throw an error. Unfortunately, this also affects + * packages, like [babel-polyfill](https://www.npmjs.com/package/babel-polyfill), + * which rely on core-js. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.0.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is a native function, + * else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.isNative(Array.prototype.push); + * // => true + * + * _.isNative(_); + * // => false + */ + function isNative(value) { + if (isMaskable(value)) { + throw new Error('This method is not supported with core-js. Try https://github.com/es-shims.'); + } + return baseIsNative(value); + } + + /** + * Checks if `value` is `null`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is `null`, else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.isNull(null); + * // => true + * + * _.isNull(void 0); + * // => false + */ + function isNull(value) { + return value === null; + } + + /** + * Checks if `value` is `null` or `undefined`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is nullish, else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.isNil(null); + * // => true + * + * _.isNil(void 0); + * // => true + * + * _.isNil(NaN); + * // => false + */ + function isNil(value) { + return value == null; + } + + /** + * Checks if `value` is classified as a `Number` primitive or object. + * + * **Note:** To exclude `Infinity`, `-Infinity`, and `NaN`, which are + * classified as numbers, use the `_.isFinite` method. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is a number, else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.isNumber(3); + * // => true + * + * _.isNumber(Number.MIN_VALUE); + * // => true + * + * _.isNumber(Infinity); + * // => true + * + * _.isNumber('3'); + * // => false + */ + function isNumber(value) { + return typeof value == 'number' || + (isObjectLike(value) && objectToString.call(value) == numberTag); + } + + /** + * Checks if `value` is a plain object, that is, an object created by the + * `Object` constructor or one with a `[[Prototype]]` of `null`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.8.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is a plain object, else `false`. + * @example + * + * function Foo() { + * this.a = 1; + * } + * + * _.isPlainObject(new Foo); + * // => false + * + * _.isPlainObject([1, 2, 3]); + * // => false + * + * _.isPlainObject({ 'x': 0, 'y': 0 }); + * // => true + * + * _.isPlainObject(Object.create(null)); + * // => true + */ + function isPlainObject(value) { + if (!isObjectLike(value) || objectToString.call(value) != objectTag) { + return false; + } + var proto = getPrototype(value); + if (proto === null) { + return true; + } + var Ctor = hasOwnProperty.call(proto, 'constructor') && proto.constructor; + return (typeof Ctor == 'function' && + Ctor instanceof Ctor && funcToString.call(Ctor) == objectCtorString); + } + + /** + * Checks if `value` is classified as a `RegExp` object. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.1.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is a regexp, else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.isRegExp(/abc/); + * // => true + * + * _.isRegExp('/abc/'); + * // => false + */ + var isRegExp = nodeIsRegExp ? baseUnary(nodeIsRegExp) : baseIsRegExp; + + /** + * Checks if `value` is a safe integer. An integer is safe if it's an IEEE-754 + * double precision number which isn't the result of a rounded unsafe integer. + * + * **Note:** This method is based on + * [`Number.isSafeInteger`](https://mdn.io/Number/isSafeInteger). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is a safe integer, else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.isSafeInteger(3); + * // => true + * + * _.isSafeInteger(Number.MIN_VALUE); + * // => false + * + * _.isSafeInteger(Infinity); + * // => false + * + * _.isSafeInteger('3'); + * // => false + */ + function isSafeInteger(value) { + return isInteger(value) && value >= -MAX_SAFE_INTEGER && value <= MAX_SAFE_INTEGER; + } + + /** + * Checks if `value` is classified as a `Set` object. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.3.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is a set, else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.isSet(new Set); + * // => true + * + * _.isSet(new WeakSet); + * // => false + */ + var isSet = nodeIsSet ? baseUnary(nodeIsSet) : baseIsSet; + + /** + * Checks if `value` is classified as a `String` primitive or object. + * + * @static + * @since 0.1.0 + * @memberOf _ + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is a string, else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.isString('abc'); + * // => true + * + * _.isString(1); + * // => false + */ + function isString(value) { + return typeof value == 'string' || + (!isArray(value) && isObjectLike(value) && objectToString.call(value) == stringTag); + } + + /** + * Checks if `value` is classified as a `Symbol` primitive or object. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is a symbol, else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.isSymbol(Symbol.iterator); + * // => true + * + * _.isSymbol('abc'); + * // => false + */ + function isSymbol(value) { + return typeof value == 'symbol' || + (isObjectLike(value) && objectToString.call(value) == symbolTag); + } + + /** + * Checks if `value` is classified as a typed array. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.0.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is a typed array, else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.isTypedArray(new Uint8Array); + * // => true + * + * _.isTypedArray([]); + * // => false + */ + var isTypedArray = nodeIsTypedArray ? baseUnary(nodeIsTypedArray) : baseIsTypedArray; + + /** + * Checks if `value` is `undefined`. + * + * @static + * @since 0.1.0 + * @memberOf _ + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is `undefined`, else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.isUndefined(void 0); + * // => true + * + * _.isUndefined(null); + * // => false + */ + function isUndefined(value) { + return value === undefined; + } + + /** + * Checks if `value` is classified as a `WeakMap` object. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.3.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is a weak map, else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.isWeakMap(new WeakMap); + * // => true + * + * _.isWeakMap(new Map); + * // => false + */ + function isWeakMap(value) { + return isObjectLike(value) && getTag(value) == weakMapTag; + } + + /** + * Checks if `value` is classified as a `WeakSet` object. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.3.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is a weak set, else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.isWeakSet(new WeakSet); + * // => true + * + * _.isWeakSet(new Set); + * // => false + */ + function isWeakSet(value) { + return isObjectLike(value) && objectToString.call(value) == weakSetTag; + } + + /** + * Checks if `value` is less than `other`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.9.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to compare. + * @param {*} other The other value to compare. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is less than `other`, + * else `false`. + * @see _.gt + * @example + * + * _.lt(1, 3); + * // => true + * + * _.lt(3, 3); + * // => false + * + * _.lt(3, 1); + * // => false + */ + var lt = createRelationalOperation(baseLt); + + /** + * Checks if `value` is less than or equal to `other`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.9.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to compare. + * @param {*} other The other value to compare. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is less than or equal to + * `other`, else `false`. + * @see _.gte + * @example + * + * _.lte(1, 3); + * // => true + * + * _.lte(3, 3); + * // => true + * + * _.lte(3, 1); + * // => false + */ + var lte = createRelationalOperation(function(value, other) { + return value <= other; + }); + + /** + * Converts `value` to an array. + * + * @static + * @since 0.1.0 + * @memberOf _ + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to convert. + * @returns {Array} Returns the converted array. + * @example + * + * _.toArray({ 'a': 1, 'b': 2 }); + * // => [1, 2] + * + * _.toArray('abc'); + * // => ['a', 'b', 'c'] + * + * _.toArray(1); + * // => [] + * + * _.toArray(null); + * // => [] + */ + function toArray(value) { + if (!value) { + return []; + } + if (isArrayLike(value)) { + return isString(value) ? stringToArray(value) : copyArray(value); + } + if (iteratorSymbol && value[iteratorSymbol]) { + return iteratorToArray(value[iteratorSymbol]()); + } + var tag = getTag(value), + func = tag == mapTag ? mapToArray : (tag == setTag ? setToArray : values); + + return func(value); + } + + /** + * Converts `value` to a finite number. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.12.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to convert. + * @returns {number} Returns the converted number. + * @example + * + * _.toFinite(3.2); + * // => 3.2 + * + * _.toFinite(Number.MIN_VALUE); + * // => 5e-324 + * + * _.toFinite(Infinity); + * // => 1.7976931348623157e+308 + * + * _.toFinite('3.2'); + * // => 3.2 + */ + function toFinite(value) { + if (!value) { + return value === 0 ? value : 0; + } + value = toNumber(value); + if (value === INFINITY || value === -INFINITY) { + var sign = (value < 0 ? -1 : 1); + return sign * MAX_INTEGER; + } + return value === value ? value : 0; + } + + /** + * Converts `value` to an integer. + * + * **Note:** This method is loosely based on + * [`ToInteger`](http://www.ecma-international.org/ecma-262/7.0/#sec-tointeger). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to convert. + * @returns {number} Returns the converted integer. + * @example + * + * _.toInteger(3.2); + * // => 3 + * + * _.toInteger(Number.MIN_VALUE); + * // => 0 + * + * _.toInteger(Infinity); + * // => 1.7976931348623157e+308 + * + * _.toInteger('3.2'); + * // => 3 + */ + function toInteger(value) { + var result = toFinite(value), + remainder = result % 1; + + return result === result ? (remainder ? result - remainder : result) : 0; + } + + /** + * Converts `value` to an integer suitable for use as the length of an + * array-like object. + * + * **Note:** This method is based on + * [`ToLength`](http://ecma-international.org/ecma-262/7.0/#sec-tolength). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to convert. + * @returns {number} Returns the converted integer. + * @example + * + * _.toLength(3.2); + * // => 3 + * + * _.toLength(Number.MIN_VALUE); + * // => 0 + * + * _.toLength(Infinity); + * // => 4294967295 + * + * _.toLength('3.2'); + * // => 3 + */ + function toLength(value) { + return value ? baseClamp(toInteger(value), 0, MAX_ARRAY_LENGTH) : 0; + } + + /** + * Converts `value` to a number. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to process. + * @returns {number} Returns the number. + * @example + * + * _.toNumber(3.2); + * // => 3.2 + * + * _.toNumber(Number.MIN_VALUE); + * // => 5e-324 + * + * _.toNumber(Infinity); + * // => Infinity + * + * _.toNumber('3.2'); + * // => 3.2 + */ + function toNumber(value) { + if (typeof value == 'number') { + return value; + } + if (isSymbol(value)) { + return NAN; + } + if (isObject(value)) { + var other = typeof value.valueOf == 'function' ? value.valueOf() : value; + value = isObject(other) ? (other + '') : other; + } + if (typeof value != 'string') { + return value === 0 ? value : +value; + } + value = value.replace(reTrim, ''); + var isBinary = reIsBinary.test(value); + return (isBinary || reIsOctal.test(value)) + ? freeParseInt(value.slice(2), isBinary ? 2 : 8) + : (reIsBadHex.test(value) ? NAN : +value); + } + + /** + * Converts `value` to a plain object flattening inherited enumerable string + * keyed properties of `value` to own properties of the plain object. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.0.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to convert. + * @returns {Object} Returns the converted plain object. + * @example + * + * function Foo() { + * this.b = 2; + * } + * + * Foo.prototype.c = 3; + * + * _.assign({ 'a': 1 }, new Foo); + * // => { 'a': 1, 'b': 2 } + * + * _.assign({ 'a': 1 }, _.toPlainObject(new Foo)); + * // => { 'a': 1, 'b': 2, 'c': 3 } + */ + function toPlainObject(value) { + return copyObject(value, keysIn(value)); + } + + /** + * Converts `value` to a safe integer. A safe integer can be compared and + * represented correctly. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to convert. + * @returns {number} Returns the converted integer. + * @example + * + * _.toSafeInteger(3.2); + * // => 3 + * + * _.toSafeInteger(Number.MIN_VALUE); + * // => 0 + * + * _.toSafeInteger(Infinity); + * // => 9007199254740991 + * + * _.toSafeInteger('3.2'); + * // => 3 + */ + function toSafeInteger(value) { + return baseClamp(toInteger(value), -MAX_SAFE_INTEGER, MAX_SAFE_INTEGER); + } + + /** + * Converts `value` to a string. An empty string is returned for `null` + * and `undefined` values. The sign of `-0` is preserved. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Lang + * @param {*} value The value to process. + * @returns {string} Returns the string. + * @example + * + * _.toString(null); + * // => '' + * + * _.toString(-0); + * // => '-0' + * + * _.toString([1, 2, 3]); + * // => '1,2,3' + */ + function toString(value) { + return value == null ? '' : baseToString(value); + } + + /*------------------------------------------------------------------------*/ + + /** + * Assigns own enumerable string keyed properties of source objects to the + * destination object. Source objects are applied from left to right. + * Subsequent sources overwrite property assignments of previous sources. + * + * **Note:** This method mutates `object` and is loosely based on + * [`Object.assign`](https://mdn.io/Object/assign). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.10.0 + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The destination object. + * @param {...Object} [sources] The source objects. + * @returns {Object} Returns `object`. + * @see _.assignIn + * @example + * + * function Foo() { + * this.a = 1; + * } + * + * function Bar() { + * this.c = 3; + * } + * + * Foo.prototype.b = 2; + * Bar.prototype.d = 4; + * + * _.assign({ 'a': 0 }, new Foo, new Bar); + * // => { 'a': 1, 'c': 3 } + */ + var assign = createAssigner(function(object, source) { + if (isPrototype(source) || isArrayLike(source)) { + copyObject(source, keys(source), object); + return; + } + for (var key in source) { + if (hasOwnProperty.call(source, key)) { + assignValue(object, key, source[key]); + } + } + }); + + /** + * This method is like `_.assign` except that it iterates over own and + * inherited source properties. + * + * **Note:** This method mutates `object`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @alias extend + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The destination object. + * @param {...Object} [sources] The source objects. + * @returns {Object} Returns `object`. + * @see _.assign + * @example + * + * function Foo() { + * this.a = 1; + * } + * + * function Bar() { + * this.c = 3; + * } + * + * Foo.prototype.b = 2; + * Bar.prototype.d = 4; + * + * _.assignIn({ 'a': 0 }, new Foo, new Bar); + * // => { 'a': 1, 'b': 2, 'c': 3, 'd': 4 } + */ + var assignIn = createAssigner(function(object, source) { + copyObject(source, keysIn(source), object); + }); + + /** + * This method is like `_.assignIn` except that it accepts `customizer` + * which is invoked to produce the assigned values. If `customizer` returns + * `undefined`, assignment is handled by the method instead. The `customizer` + * is invoked with five arguments: (objValue, srcValue, key, object, source). + * + * **Note:** This method mutates `object`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @alias extendWith + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The destination object. + * @param {...Object} sources The source objects. + * @param {Function} [customizer] The function to customize assigned values. + * @returns {Object} Returns `object`. + * @see _.assignWith + * @example + * + * function customizer(objValue, srcValue) { + * return _.isUndefined(objValue) ? srcValue : objValue; + * } + * + * var defaults = _.partialRight(_.assignInWith, customizer); + * + * defaults({ 'a': 1 }, { 'b': 2 }, { 'a': 3 }); + * // => { 'a': 1, 'b': 2 } + */ + var assignInWith = createAssigner(function(object, source, srcIndex, customizer) { + copyObject(source, keysIn(source), object, customizer); + }); + + /** + * This method is like `_.assign` except that it accepts `customizer` + * which is invoked to produce the assigned values. If `customizer` returns + * `undefined`, assignment is handled by the method instead. The `customizer` + * is invoked with five arguments: (objValue, srcValue, key, object, source). + * + * **Note:** This method mutates `object`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The destination object. + * @param {...Object} sources The source objects. + * @param {Function} [customizer] The function to customize assigned values. + * @returns {Object} Returns `object`. + * @see _.assignInWith + * @example + * + * function customizer(objValue, srcValue) { + * return _.isUndefined(objValue) ? srcValue : objValue; + * } + * + * var defaults = _.partialRight(_.assignWith, customizer); + * + * defaults({ 'a': 1 }, { 'b': 2 }, { 'a': 3 }); + * // => { 'a': 1, 'b': 2 } + */ + var assignWith = createAssigner(function(object, source, srcIndex, customizer) { + copyObject(source, keys(source), object, customizer); + }); + + /** + * Creates an array of values corresponding to `paths` of `object`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 1.0.0 + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The object to iterate over. + * @param {...(string|string[])} [paths] The property paths of elements to pick. + * @returns {Array} Returns the picked values. + * @example + * + * var object = { 'a': [{ 'b': { 'c': 3 } }, 4] }; + * + * _.at(object, ['a[0].b.c', 'a[1]']); + * // => [3, 4] + */ + var at = flatRest(baseAt); + + /** + * Creates an object that inherits from the `prototype` object. If a + * `properties` object is given, its own enumerable string keyed properties + * are assigned to the created object. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 2.3.0 + * @category Object + * @param {Object} prototype The object to inherit from. + * @param {Object} [properties] The properties to assign to the object. + * @returns {Object} Returns the new object. + * @example + * + * function Shape() { + * this.x = 0; + * this.y = 0; + * } + * + * function Circle() { + * Shape.call(this); + * } + * + * Circle.prototype = _.create(Shape.prototype, { + * 'constructor': Circle + * }); + * + * var circle = new Circle; + * circle instanceof Circle; + * // => true + * + * circle instanceof Shape; + * // => true + */ + function create(prototype, properties) { + var result = baseCreate(prototype); + return properties ? baseAssign(result, properties) : result; + } + + /** + * Assigns own and inherited enumerable string keyed properties of source + * objects to the destination object for all destination properties that + * resolve to `undefined`. Source objects are applied from left to right. + * Once a property is set, additional values of the same property are ignored. + * + * **Note:** This method mutates `object`. + * + * @static + * @since 0.1.0 + * @memberOf _ + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The destination object. + * @param {...Object} [sources] The source objects. + * @returns {Object} Returns `object`. + * @see _.defaultsDeep + * @example + * + * _.defaults({ 'a': 1 }, { 'b': 2 }, { 'a': 3 }); + * // => { 'a': 1, 'b': 2 } + */ + var defaults = baseRest(function(args) { + args.push(undefined, assignInDefaults); + return apply(assignInWith, undefined, args); + }); + + /** + * This method is like `_.defaults` except that it recursively assigns + * default properties. + * + * **Note:** This method mutates `object`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.10.0 + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The destination object. + * @param {...Object} [sources] The source objects. + * @returns {Object} Returns `object`. + * @see _.defaults + * @example + * + * _.defaultsDeep({ 'a': { 'b': 2 } }, { 'a': { 'b': 1, 'c': 3 } }); + * // => { 'a': { 'b': 2, 'c': 3 } } + */ + var defaultsDeep = baseRest(function(args) { + args.push(undefined, mergeDefaults); + return apply(mergeWith, undefined, args); + }); + + /** + * This method is like `_.find` except that it returns the key of the first + * element `predicate` returns truthy for instead of the element itself. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 1.1.0 + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The object to inspect. + * @param {Function} [predicate=_.identity] The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {string|undefined} Returns the key of the matched element, + * else `undefined`. + * @example + * + * var users = { + * 'barney': { 'age': 36, 'active': true }, + * 'fred': { 'age': 40, 'active': false }, + * 'pebbles': { 'age': 1, 'active': true } + * }; + * + * _.findKey(users, function(o) { return o.age < 40; }); + * // => 'barney' (iteration order is not guaranteed) + * + * // The `_.matches` iteratee shorthand. + * _.findKey(users, { 'age': 1, 'active': true }); + * // => 'pebbles' + * + * // The `_.matchesProperty` iteratee shorthand. + * _.findKey(users, ['active', false]); + * // => 'fred' + * + * // The `_.property` iteratee shorthand. + * _.findKey(users, 'active'); + * // => 'barney' + */ + function findKey(object, predicate) { + return baseFindKey(object, getIteratee(predicate, 3), baseForOwn); + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.findKey` except that it iterates over elements of + * a collection in the opposite order. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 2.0.0 + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The object to inspect. + * @param {Function} [predicate=_.identity] The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {string|undefined} Returns the key of the matched element, + * else `undefined`. + * @example + * + * var users = { + * 'barney': { 'age': 36, 'active': true }, + * 'fred': { 'age': 40, 'active': false }, + * 'pebbles': { 'age': 1, 'active': true } + * }; + * + * _.findLastKey(users, function(o) { return o.age < 40; }); + * // => returns 'pebbles' assuming `_.findKey` returns 'barney' + * + * // The `_.matches` iteratee shorthand. + * _.findLastKey(users, { 'age': 36, 'active': true }); + * // => 'barney' + * + * // The `_.matchesProperty` iteratee shorthand. + * _.findLastKey(users, ['active', false]); + * // => 'fred' + * + * // The `_.property` iteratee shorthand. + * _.findLastKey(users, 'active'); + * // => 'pebbles' + */ + function findLastKey(object, predicate) { + return baseFindKey(object, getIteratee(predicate, 3), baseForOwnRight); + } + + /** + * Iterates over own and inherited enumerable string keyed properties of an + * object and invokes `iteratee` for each property. The iteratee is invoked + * with three arguments: (value, key, object). Iteratee functions may exit + * iteration early by explicitly returning `false`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.3.0 + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The object to iterate over. + * @param {Function} [iteratee=_.identity] The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {Object} Returns `object`. + * @see _.forInRight + * @example + * + * function Foo() { + * this.a = 1; + * this.b = 2; + * } + * + * Foo.prototype.c = 3; + * + * _.forIn(new Foo, function(value, key) { + * console.log(key); + * }); + * // => Logs 'a', 'b', then 'c' (iteration order is not guaranteed). + */ + function forIn(object, iteratee) { + return object == null + ? object + : baseFor(object, getIteratee(iteratee, 3), keysIn); + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.forIn` except that it iterates over properties of + * `object` in the opposite order. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 2.0.0 + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The object to iterate over. + * @param {Function} [iteratee=_.identity] The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {Object} Returns `object`. + * @see _.forIn + * @example + * + * function Foo() { + * this.a = 1; + * this.b = 2; + * } + * + * Foo.prototype.c = 3; + * + * _.forInRight(new Foo, function(value, key) { + * console.log(key); + * }); + * // => Logs 'c', 'b', then 'a' assuming `_.forIn` logs 'a', 'b', then 'c'. + */ + function forInRight(object, iteratee) { + return object == null + ? object + : baseForRight(object, getIteratee(iteratee, 3), keysIn); + } + + /** + * Iterates over own enumerable string keyed properties of an object and + * invokes `iteratee` for each property. The iteratee is invoked with three + * arguments: (value, key, object). Iteratee functions may exit iteration + * early by explicitly returning `false`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.3.0 + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The object to iterate over. + * @param {Function} [iteratee=_.identity] The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {Object} Returns `object`. + * @see _.forOwnRight + * @example + * + * function Foo() { + * this.a = 1; + * this.b = 2; + * } + * + * Foo.prototype.c = 3; + * + * _.forOwn(new Foo, function(value, key) { + * console.log(key); + * }); + * // => Logs 'a' then 'b' (iteration order is not guaranteed). + */ + function forOwn(object, iteratee) { + return object && baseForOwn(object, getIteratee(iteratee, 3)); + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.forOwn` except that it iterates over properties of + * `object` in the opposite order. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 2.0.0 + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The object to iterate over. + * @param {Function} [iteratee=_.identity] The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {Object} Returns `object`. + * @see _.forOwn + * @example + * + * function Foo() { + * this.a = 1; + * this.b = 2; + * } + * + * Foo.prototype.c = 3; + * + * _.forOwnRight(new Foo, function(value, key) { + * console.log(key); + * }); + * // => Logs 'b' then 'a' assuming `_.forOwn` logs 'a' then 'b'. + */ + function forOwnRight(object, iteratee) { + return object && baseForOwnRight(object, getIteratee(iteratee, 3)); + } + + /** + * Creates an array of function property names from own enumerable properties + * of `object`. + * + * @static + * @since 0.1.0 + * @memberOf _ + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The object to inspect. + * @returns {Array} Returns the function names. + * @see _.functionsIn + * @example + * + * function Foo() { + * this.a = _.constant('a'); + * this.b = _.constant('b'); + * } + * + * Foo.prototype.c = _.constant('c'); + * + * _.functions(new Foo); + * // => ['a', 'b'] + */ + function functions(object) { + return object == null ? [] : baseFunctions(object, keys(object)); + } + + /** + * Creates an array of function property names from own and inherited + * enumerable properties of `object`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The object to inspect. + * @returns {Array} Returns the function names. + * @see _.functions + * @example + * + * function Foo() { + * this.a = _.constant('a'); + * this.b = _.constant('b'); + * } + * + * Foo.prototype.c = _.constant('c'); + * + * _.functionsIn(new Foo); + * // => ['a', 'b', 'c'] + */ + function functionsIn(object) { + return object == null ? [] : baseFunctions(object, keysIn(object)); + } + + /** + * Gets the value at `path` of `object`. If the resolved value is + * `undefined`, the `defaultValue` is returned in its place. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.7.0 + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The object to query. + * @param {Array|string} path The path of the property to get. + * @param {*} [defaultValue] The value returned for `undefined` resolved values. + * @returns {*} Returns the resolved value. + * @example + * + * var object = { 'a': [{ 'b': { 'c': 3 } }] }; + * + * _.get(object, 'a[0].b.c'); + * // => 3 + * + * _.get(object, ['a', '0', 'b', 'c']); + * // => 3 + * + * _.get(object, 'a.b.c', 'default'); + * // => 'default' + */ + function get(object, path, defaultValue) { + var result = object == null ? undefined : baseGet(object, path); + return result === undefined ? defaultValue : result; + } + + /** + * Checks if `path` is a direct property of `object`. + * + * @static + * @since 0.1.0 + * @memberOf _ + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The object to query. + * @param {Array|string} path The path to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `path` exists, else `false`. + * @example + * + * var object = { 'a': { 'b': 2 } }; + * var other = _.create({ 'a': _.create({ 'b': 2 }) }); + * + * _.has(object, 'a'); + * // => true + * + * _.has(object, 'a.b'); + * // => true + * + * _.has(object, ['a', 'b']); + * // => true + * + * _.has(other, 'a'); + * // => false + */ + function has(object, path) { + return object != null && hasPath(object, path, baseHas); + } + + /** + * Checks if `path` is a direct or inherited property of `object`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The object to query. + * @param {Array|string} path The path to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `path` exists, else `false`. + * @example + * + * var object = _.create({ 'a': _.create({ 'b': 2 }) }); + * + * _.hasIn(object, 'a'); + * // => true + * + * _.hasIn(object, 'a.b'); + * // => true + * + * _.hasIn(object, ['a', 'b']); + * // => true + * + * _.hasIn(object, 'b'); + * // => false + */ + function hasIn(object, path) { + return object != null && hasPath(object, path, baseHasIn); + } + + /** + * Creates an object composed of the inverted keys and values of `object`. + * If `object` contains duplicate values, subsequent values overwrite + * property assignments of previous values. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.7.0 + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The object to invert. + * @returns {Object} Returns the new inverted object. + * @example + * + * var object = { 'a': 1, 'b': 2, 'c': 1 }; + * + * _.invert(object); + * // => { '1': 'c', '2': 'b' } + */ + var invert = createInverter(function(result, value, key) { + result[value] = key; + }, constant(identity)); + + /** + * This method is like `_.invert` except that the inverted object is generated + * from the results of running each element of `object` thru `iteratee`. The + * corresponding inverted value of each inverted key is an array of keys + * responsible for generating the inverted value. The iteratee is invoked + * with one argument: (value). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.1.0 + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The object to invert. + * @param {Function} [iteratee=_.identity] The iteratee invoked per element. + * @returns {Object} Returns the new inverted object. + * @example + * + * var object = { 'a': 1, 'b': 2, 'c': 1 }; + * + * _.invertBy(object); + * // => { '1': ['a', 'c'], '2': ['b'] } + * + * _.invertBy(object, function(value) { + * return 'group' + value; + * }); + * // => { 'group1': ['a', 'c'], 'group2': ['b'] } + */ + var invertBy = createInverter(function(result, value, key) { + if (hasOwnProperty.call(result, value)) { + result[value].push(key); + } else { + result[value] = [key]; + } + }, getIteratee); + + /** + * Invokes the method at `path` of `object`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The object to query. + * @param {Array|string} path The path of the method to invoke. + * @param {...*} [args] The arguments to invoke the method with. + * @returns {*} Returns the result of the invoked method. + * @example + * + * var object = { 'a': [{ 'b': { 'c': [1, 2, 3, 4] } }] }; + * + * _.invoke(object, 'a[0].b.c.slice', 1, 3); + * // => [2, 3] + */ + var invoke = baseRest(baseInvoke); + + /** + * Creates an array of the own enumerable property names of `object`. + * + * **Note:** Non-object values are coerced to objects. See the + * [ES spec](http://ecma-international.org/ecma-262/7.0/#sec-object.keys) + * for more details. + * + * @static + * @since 0.1.0 + * @memberOf _ + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The object to query. + * @returns {Array} Returns the array of property names. + * @example + * + * function Foo() { + * this.a = 1; + * this.b = 2; + * } + * + * Foo.prototype.c = 3; + * + * _.keys(new Foo); + * // => ['a', 'b'] (iteration order is not guaranteed) + * + * _.keys('hi'); + * // => ['0', '1'] + */ + function keys(object) { + return isArrayLike(object) ? arrayLikeKeys(object) : baseKeys(object); + } + + /** + * Creates an array of the own and inherited enumerable property names of `object`. + * + * **Note:** Non-object values are coerced to objects. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.0.0 + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The object to query. + * @returns {Array} Returns the array of property names. + * @example + * + * function Foo() { + * this.a = 1; + * this.b = 2; + * } + * + * Foo.prototype.c = 3; + * + * _.keysIn(new Foo); + * // => ['a', 'b', 'c'] (iteration order is not guaranteed) + */ + function keysIn(object) { + return isArrayLike(object) ? arrayLikeKeys(object, true) : baseKeysIn(object); + } + + /** + * The opposite of `_.mapValues`; this method creates an object with the + * same values as `object` and keys generated by running each own enumerable + * string keyed property of `object` thru `iteratee`. The iteratee is invoked + * with three arguments: (value, key, object). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.8.0 + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The object to iterate over. + * @param {Function} [iteratee=_.identity] The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {Object} Returns the new mapped object. + * @see _.mapValues + * @example + * + * _.mapKeys({ 'a': 1, 'b': 2 }, function(value, key) { + * return key + value; + * }); + * // => { 'a1': 1, 'b2': 2 } + */ + function mapKeys(object, iteratee) { + var result = {}; + iteratee = getIteratee(iteratee, 3); + + baseForOwn(object, function(value, key, object) { + baseAssignValue(result, iteratee(value, key, object), value); + }); + return result; + } + + /** + * Creates an object with the same keys as `object` and values generated + * by running each own enumerable string keyed property of `object` thru + * `iteratee`. The iteratee is invoked with three arguments: + * (value, key, object). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 2.4.0 + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The object to iterate over. + * @param {Function} [iteratee=_.identity] The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {Object} Returns the new mapped object. + * @see _.mapKeys + * @example + * + * var users = { + * 'fred': { 'user': 'fred', 'age': 40 }, + * 'pebbles': { 'user': 'pebbles', 'age': 1 } + * }; + * + * _.mapValues(users, function(o) { return o.age; }); + * // => { 'fred': 40, 'pebbles': 1 } (iteration order is not guaranteed) + * + * // The `_.property` iteratee shorthand. + * _.mapValues(users, 'age'); + * // => { 'fred': 40, 'pebbles': 1 } (iteration order is not guaranteed) + */ + function mapValues(object, iteratee) { + var result = {}; + iteratee = getIteratee(iteratee, 3); + + baseForOwn(object, function(value, key, object) { + baseAssignValue(result, key, iteratee(value, key, object)); + }); + return result; + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.assign` except that it recursively merges own and + * inherited enumerable string keyed properties of source objects into the + * destination object. Source properties that resolve to `undefined` are + * skipped if a destination value exists. Array and plain object properties + * are merged recursively. Other objects and value types are overridden by + * assignment. Source objects are applied from left to right. Subsequent + * sources overwrite property assignments of previous sources. + * + * **Note:** This method mutates `object`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.5.0 + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The destination object. + * @param {...Object} [sources] The source objects. + * @returns {Object} Returns `object`. + * @example + * + * var object = { + * 'a': [{ 'b': 2 }, { 'd': 4 }] + * }; + * + * var other = { + * 'a': [{ 'c': 3 }, { 'e': 5 }] + * }; + * + * _.merge(object, other); + * // => { 'a': [{ 'b': 2, 'c': 3 }, { 'd': 4, 'e': 5 }] } + */ + var merge = createAssigner(function(object, source, srcIndex) { + baseMerge(object, source, srcIndex); + }); + + /** + * This method is like `_.merge` except that it accepts `customizer` which + * is invoked to produce the merged values of the destination and source + * properties. If `customizer` returns `undefined`, merging is handled by the + * method instead. The `customizer` is invoked with six arguments: + * (objValue, srcValue, key, object, source, stack). + * + * **Note:** This method mutates `object`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The destination object. + * @param {...Object} sources The source objects. + * @param {Function} customizer The function to customize assigned values. + * @returns {Object} Returns `object`. + * @example + * + * function customizer(objValue, srcValue) { + * if (_.isArray(objValue)) { + * return objValue.concat(srcValue); + * } + * } + * + * var object = { 'a': [1], 'b': [2] }; + * var other = { 'a': [3], 'b': [4] }; + * + * _.mergeWith(object, other, customizer); + * // => { 'a': [1, 3], 'b': [2, 4] } + */ + var mergeWith = createAssigner(function(object, source, srcIndex, customizer) { + baseMerge(object, source, srcIndex, customizer); + }); + + /** + * The opposite of `_.pick`; this method creates an object composed of the + * own and inherited enumerable string keyed properties of `object` that are + * not omitted. + * + * @static + * @since 0.1.0 + * @memberOf _ + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The source object. + * @param {...(string|string[])} [props] The property identifiers to omit. + * @returns {Object} Returns the new object. + * @example + * + * var object = { 'a': 1, 'b': '2', 'c': 3 }; + * + * _.omit(object, ['a', 'c']); + * // => { 'b': '2' } + */ + var omit = flatRest(function(object, props) { + if (object == null) { + return {}; + } + props = arrayMap(props, toKey); + return basePick(object, baseDifference(getAllKeysIn(object), props)); + }); + + /** + * The opposite of `_.pickBy`; this method creates an object composed of + * the own and inherited enumerable string keyed properties of `object` that + * `predicate` doesn't return truthy for. The predicate is invoked with two + * arguments: (value, key). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The source object. + * @param {Function} [predicate=_.identity] The function invoked per property. + * @returns {Object} Returns the new object. + * @example + * + * var object = { 'a': 1, 'b': '2', 'c': 3 }; + * + * _.omitBy(object, _.isNumber); + * // => { 'b': '2' } + */ + function omitBy(object, predicate) { + return pickBy(object, negate(getIteratee(predicate))); + } + + /** + * Creates an object composed of the picked `object` properties. + * + * @static + * @since 0.1.0 + * @memberOf _ + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The source object. + * @param {...(string|string[])} [props] The property identifiers to pick. + * @returns {Object} Returns the new object. + * @example + * + * var object = { 'a': 1, 'b': '2', 'c': 3 }; + * + * _.pick(object, ['a', 'c']); + * // => { 'a': 1, 'c': 3 } + */ + var pick = flatRest(function(object, props) { + return object == null ? {} : basePick(object, arrayMap(props, toKey)); + }); + + /** + * Creates an object composed of the `object` properties `predicate` returns + * truthy for. The predicate is invoked with two arguments: (value, key). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The source object. + * @param {Function} [predicate=_.identity] The function invoked per property. + * @returns {Object} Returns the new object. + * @example + * + * var object = { 'a': 1, 'b': '2', 'c': 3 }; + * + * _.pickBy(object, _.isNumber); + * // => { 'a': 1, 'c': 3 } + */ + function pickBy(object, predicate) { + return object == null ? {} : basePickBy(object, getAllKeysIn(object), getIteratee(predicate)); + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.get` except that if the resolved value is a + * function it's invoked with the `this` binding of its parent object and + * its result is returned. + * + * @static + * @since 0.1.0 + * @memberOf _ + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The object to query. + * @param {Array|string} path The path of the property to resolve. + * @param {*} [defaultValue] The value returned for `undefined` resolved values. + * @returns {*} Returns the resolved value. + * @example + * + * var object = { 'a': [{ 'b': { 'c1': 3, 'c2': _.constant(4) } }] }; + * + * _.result(object, 'a[0].b.c1'); + * // => 3 + * + * _.result(object, 'a[0].b.c2'); + * // => 4 + * + * _.result(object, 'a[0].b.c3', 'default'); + * // => 'default' + * + * _.result(object, 'a[0].b.c3', _.constant('default')); + * // => 'default' + */ + function result(object, path, defaultValue) { + path = isKey(path, object) ? [path] : castPath(path); + + var index = -1, + length = path.length; + + // Ensure the loop is entered when path is empty. + if (!length) { + object = undefined; + length = 1; + } + while (++index < length) { + var value = object == null ? undefined : object[toKey(path[index])]; + if (value === undefined) { + index = length; + value = defaultValue; + } + object = isFunction(value) ? value.call(object) : value; + } + return object; + } + + /** + * Sets the value at `path` of `object`. If a portion of `path` doesn't exist, + * it's created. Arrays are created for missing index properties while objects + * are created for all other missing properties. Use `_.setWith` to customize + * `path` creation. + * + * **Note:** This method mutates `object`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.7.0 + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The object to modify. + * @param {Array|string} path The path of the property to set. + * @param {*} value The value to set. + * @returns {Object} Returns `object`. + * @example + * + * var object = { 'a': [{ 'b': { 'c': 3 } }] }; + * + * _.set(object, 'a[0].b.c', 4); + * console.log(object.a[0].b.c); + * // => 4 + * + * _.set(object, ['x', '0', 'y', 'z'], 5); + * console.log(object.x[0].y.z); + * // => 5 + */ + function set(object, path, value) { + return object == null ? object : baseSet(object, path, value); + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.set` except that it accepts `customizer` which is + * invoked to produce the objects of `path`. If `customizer` returns `undefined` + * path creation is handled by the method instead. The `customizer` is invoked + * with three arguments: (nsValue, key, nsObject). + * + * **Note:** This method mutates `object`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The object to modify. + * @param {Array|string} path The path of the property to set. + * @param {*} value The value to set. + * @param {Function} [customizer] The function to customize assigned values. + * @returns {Object} Returns `object`. + * @example + * + * var object = {}; + * + * _.setWith(object, '[0][1]', 'a', Object); + * // => { '0': { '1': 'a' } } + */ + function setWith(object, path, value, customizer) { + customizer = typeof customizer == 'function' ? customizer : undefined; + return object == null ? object : baseSet(object, path, value, customizer); + } + + /** + * Creates an array of own enumerable string keyed-value pairs for `object` + * which can be consumed by `_.fromPairs`. If `object` is a map or set, its + * entries are returned. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @alias entries + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The object to query. + * @returns {Array} Returns the key-value pairs. + * @example + * + * function Foo() { + * this.a = 1; + * this.b = 2; + * } + * + * Foo.prototype.c = 3; + * + * _.toPairs(new Foo); + * // => [['a', 1], ['b', 2]] (iteration order is not guaranteed) + */ + var toPairs = createToPairs(keys); + + /** + * Creates an array of own and inherited enumerable string keyed-value pairs + * for `object` which can be consumed by `_.fromPairs`. If `object` is a map + * or set, its entries are returned. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @alias entriesIn + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The object to query. + * @returns {Array} Returns the key-value pairs. + * @example + * + * function Foo() { + * this.a = 1; + * this.b = 2; + * } + * + * Foo.prototype.c = 3; + * + * _.toPairsIn(new Foo); + * // => [['a', 1], ['b', 2], ['c', 3]] (iteration order is not guaranteed) + */ + var toPairsIn = createToPairs(keysIn); + + /** + * An alternative to `_.reduce`; this method transforms `object` to a new + * `accumulator` object which is the result of running each of its own + * enumerable string keyed properties thru `iteratee`, with each invocation + * potentially mutating the `accumulator` object. If `accumulator` is not + * provided, a new object with the same `[[Prototype]]` will be used. The + * iteratee is invoked with four arguments: (accumulator, value, key, object). + * Iteratee functions may exit iteration early by explicitly returning `false`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 1.3.0 + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The object to iterate over. + * @param {Function} [iteratee=_.identity] The function invoked per iteration. + * @param {*} [accumulator] The custom accumulator value. + * @returns {*} Returns the accumulated value. + * @example + * + * _.transform([2, 3, 4], function(result, n) { + * result.push(n *= n); + * return n % 2 == 0; + * }, []); + * // => [4, 9] + * + * _.transform({ 'a': 1, 'b': 2, 'c': 1 }, function(result, value, key) { + * (result[value] || (result[value] = [])).push(key); + * }, {}); + * // => { '1': ['a', 'c'], '2': ['b'] } + */ + function transform(object, iteratee, accumulator) { + var isArr = isArray(object) || isTypedArray(object); + iteratee = getIteratee(iteratee, 4); + + if (accumulator == null) { + if (isArr || isObject(object)) { + var Ctor = object.constructor; + if (isArr) { + accumulator = isArray(object) ? new Ctor : []; + } else { + accumulator = isFunction(Ctor) ? baseCreate(getPrototype(object)) : {}; + } + } else { + accumulator = {}; + } + } + (isArr ? arrayEach : baseForOwn)(object, function(value, index, object) { + return iteratee(accumulator, value, index, object); + }); + return accumulator; + } + + /** + * Removes the property at `path` of `object`. + * + * **Note:** This method mutates `object`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The object to modify. + * @param {Array|string} path The path of the property to unset. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if the property is deleted, else `false`. + * @example + * + * var object = { 'a': [{ 'b': { 'c': 7 } }] }; + * _.unset(object, 'a[0].b.c'); + * // => true + * + * console.log(object); + * // => { 'a': [{ 'b': {} }] }; + * + * _.unset(object, ['a', '0', 'b', 'c']); + * // => true + * + * console.log(object); + * // => { 'a': [{ 'b': {} }] }; + */ + function unset(object, path) { + return object == null ? true : baseUnset(object, path); + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.set` except that accepts `updater` to produce the + * value to set. Use `_.updateWith` to customize `path` creation. The `updater` + * is invoked with one argument: (value). + * + * **Note:** This method mutates `object`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.6.0 + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The object to modify. + * @param {Array|string} path The path of the property to set. + * @param {Function} updater The function to produce the updated value. + * @returns {Object} Returns `object`. + * @example + * + * var object = { 'a': [{ 'b': { 'c': 3 } }] }; + * + * _.update(object, 'a[0].b.c', function(n) { return n * n; }); + * console.log(object.a[0].b.c); + * // => 9 + * + * _.update(object, 'x[0].y.z', function(n) { return n ? n + 1 : 0; }); + * console.log(object.x[0].y.z); + * // => 0 + */ + function update(object, path, updater) { + return object == null ? object : baseUpdate(object, path, castFunction(updater)); + } + + /** + * This method is like `_.update` except that it accepts `customizer` which is + * invoked to produce the objects of `path`. If `customizer` returns `undefined` + * path creation is handled by the method instead. The `customizer` is invoked + * with three arguments: (nsValue, key, nsObject). + * + * **Note:** This method mutates `object`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.6.0 + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The object to modify. + * @param {Array|string} path The path of the property to set. + * @param {Function} updater The function to produce the updated value. + * @param {Function} [customizer] The function to customize assigned values. + * @returns {Object} Returns `object`. + * @example + * + * var object = {}; + * + * _.updateWith(object, '[0][1]', _.constant('a'), Object); + * // => { '0': { '1': 'a' } } + */ + function updateWith(object, path, updater, customizer) { + customizer = typeof customizer == 'function' ? customizer : undefined; + return object == null ? object : baseUpdate(object, path, castFunction(updater), customizer); + } + + /** + * Creates an array of the own enumerable string keyed property values of `object`. + * + * **Note:** Non-object values are coerced to objects. + * + * @static + * @since 0.1.0 + * @memberOf _ + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The object to query. + * @returns {Array} Returns the array of property values. + * @example + * + * function Foo() { + * this.a = 1; + * this.b = 2; + * } + * + * Foo.prototype.c = 3; + * + * _.values(new Foo); + * // => [1, 2] (iteration order is not guaranteed) + * + * _.values('hi'); + * // => ['h', 'i'] + */ + function values(object) { + return object ? baseValues(object, keys(object)) : []; + } + + /** + * Creates an array of the own and inherited enumerable string keyed property + * values of `object`. + * + * **Note:** Non-object values are coerced to objects. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.0.0 + * @category Object + * @param {Object} object The object to query. + * @returns {Array} Returns the array of property values. + * @example + * + * function Foo() { + * this.a = 1; + * this.b = 2; + * } + * + * Foo.prototype.c = 3; + * + * _.valuesIn(new Foo); + * // => [1, 2, 3] (iteration order is not guaranteed) + */ + function valuesIn(object) { + return object == null ? [] : baseValues(object, keysIn(object)); + } + + /*------------------------------------------------------------------------*/ + + /** + * Clamps `number` within the inclusive `lower` and `upper` bounds. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category Number + * @param {number} number The number to clamp. + * @param {number} [lower] The lower bound. + * @param {number} upper The upper bound. + * @returns {number} Returns the clamped number. + * @example + * + * _.clamp(-10, -5, 5); + * // => -5 + * + * _.clamp(10, -5, 5); + * // => 5 + */ + function clamp(number, lower, upper) { + if (upper === undefined) { + upper = lower; + lower = undefined; + } + if (upper !== undefined) { + upper = toNumber(upper); + upper = upper === upper ? upper : 0; + } + if (lower !== undefined) { + lower = toNumber(lower); + lower = lower === lower ? lower : 0; + } + return baseClamp(toNumber(number), lower, upper); + } + + /** + * Checks if `n` is between `start` and up to, but not including, `end`. If + * `end` is not specified, it's set to `start` with `start` then set to `0`. + * If `start` is greater than `end` the params are swapped to support + * negative ranges. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.3.0 + * @category Number + * @param {number} number The number to check. + * @param {number} [start=0] The start of the range. + * @param {number} end The end of the range. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `number` is in the range, else `false`. + * @see _.range, _.rangeRight + * @example + * + * _.inRange(3, 2, 4); + * // => true + * + * _.inRange(4, 8); + * // => true + * + * _.inRange(4, 2); + * // => false + * + * _.inRange(2, 2); + * // => false + * + * _.inRange(1.2, 2); + * // => true + * + * _.inRange(5.2, 4); + * // => false + * + * _.inRange(-3, -2, -6); + * // => true + */ + function inRange(number, start, end) { + start = toFinite(start); + if (end === undefined) { + end = start; + start = 0; + } else { + end = toFinite(end); + } + number = toNumber(number); + return baseInRange(number, start, end); + } + + /** + * Produces a random number between the inclusive `lower` and `upper` bounds. + * If only one argument is provided a number between `0` and the given number + * is returned. If `floating` is `true`, or either `lower` or `upper` are + * floats, a floating-point number is returned instead of an integer. + * + * **Note:** JavaScript follows the IEEE-754 standard for resolving + * floating-point values which can produce unexpected results. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 0.7.0 + * @category Number + * @param {number} [lower=0] The lower bound. + * @param {number} [upper=1] The upper bound. + * @param {boolean} [floating] Specify returning a floating-point number. + * @returns {number} Returns the random number. + * @example + * + * _.random(0, 5); + * // => an integer between 0 and 5 + * + * _.random(5); + * // => also an integer between 0 and 5 + * + * _.random(5, true); + * // => a floating-point number between 0 and 5 + * + * _.random(1.2, 5.2); + * // => a floating-point number between 1.2 and 5.2 + */ + function random(lower, upper, floating) { + if (floating && typeof floating != 'boolean' && isIterateeCall(lower, upper, floating)) { + upper = floating = undefined; + } + if (floating === undefined) { + if (typeof upper == 'boolean') { + floating = upper; + upper = undefined; + } + else if (typeof lower == 'boolean') { + floating = lower; + lower = undefined; + } + } + if (lower === undefined && upper === undefined) { + lower = 0; + upper = 1; + } + else { + lower = toFinite(lower); + if (upper === undefined) { + upper = lower; + lower = 0; + } else { + upper = toFinite(upper); + } + } + if (lower > upper) { + var temp = lower; + lower = upper; + upper = temp; + } + if (floating || lower % 1 || upper % 1) { + var rand = nativeRandom(); + return nativeMin(lower + (rand * (upper - lower + freeParseFloat('1e-' + ((rand + '').length - 1)))), upper); + } + return baseRandom(lower, upper); + } + + /*------------------------------------------------------------------------*/ + + /** + * Converts `string` to [camel case](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CamelCase). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.0.0 + * @category String + * @param {string} [string=''] The string to convert. + * @returns {string} Returns the camel cased string. + * @example + * + * _.camelCase('Foo Bar'); + * // => 'fooBar' + * + * _.camelCase('--foo-bar--'); + * // => 'fooBar' + * + * _.camelCase('__FOO_BAR__'); + * // => 'fooBar' + */ + var camelCase = createCompounder(function(result, word, index) { + word = word.toLowerCase(); + return result + (index ? capitalize(word) : word); + }); + + /** + * Converts the first character of `string` to upper case and the remaining + * to lower case. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.0.0 + * @category String + * @param {string} [string=''] The string to capitalize. + * @returns {string} Returns the capitalized string. + * @example + * + * _.capitalize('FRED'); + * // => 'Fred' + */ + function capitalize(string) { + return upperFirst(toString(string).toLowerCase()); + } + + /** + * Deburrs `string` by converting + * [Latin-1 Supplement](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Latin-1_Supplement_(Unicode_block)#Character_table) + * and [Latin Extended-A](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Latin_Extended-A) + * letters to basic Latin letters and removing + * [combining diacritical marks](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Combining_Diacritical_Marks). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.0.0 + * @category String + * @param {string} [string=''] The string to deburr. + * @returns {string} Returns the deburred string. + * @example + * + * _.deburr('déjà vu'); + * // => 'deja vu' + */ + function deburr(string) { + string = toString(string); + return string && string.replace(reLatin, deburrLetter).replace(reComboMark, ''); + } + + /** + * Checks if `string` ends with the given target string. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.0.0 + * @category String + * @param {string} [string=''] The string to inspect. + * @param {string} [target] The string to search for. + * @param {number} [position=string.length] The position to search up to. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `string` ends with `target`, + * else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.endsWith('abc', 'c'); + * // => true + * + * _.endsWith('abc', 'b'); + * // => false + * + * _.endsWith('abc', 'b', 2); + * // => true + */ + function endsWith(string, target, position) { + string = toString(string); + target = baseToString(target); + + var length = string.length; + position = position === undefined + ? length + : baseClamp(toInteger(position), 0, length); + + var end = position; + position -= target.length; + return position >= 0 && string.slice(position, end) == target; + } + + /** + * Converts the characters "&", "<", ">", '"', and "'" in `string` to their + * corresponding HTML entities. + * + * **Note:** No other characters are escaped. To escape additional + * characters use a third-party library like [_he_](https://mths.be/he). + * + * Though the ">" character is escaped for symmetry, characters like + * ">" and "/" don't need escaping in HTML and have no special meaning + * unless they're part of a tag or unquoted attribute value. See + * [Mathias Bynens's article](https://mathiasbynens.be/notes/ambiguous-ampersands) + * (under "semi-related fun fact") for more details. + * + * When working with HTML you should always + * [quote attribute values](http://wonko.com/post/html-escaping) to reduce + * XSS vectors. + * + * @static + * @since 0.1.0 + * @memberOf _ + * @category String + * @param {string} [string=''] The string to escape. + * @returns {string} Returns the escaped string. + * @example + * + * _.escape('fred, barney, & pebbles'); + * // => 'fred, barney, & pebbles' + */ + function escape(string) { + string = toString(string); + return (string && reHasUnescapedHtml.test(string)) + ? string.replace(reUnescapedHtml, escapeHtmlChar) + : string; + } + + /** + * Escapes the `RegExp` special characters "^", "$", "\", ".", "*", "+", + * "?", "(", ")", "[", "]", "{", "}", and "|" in `string`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.0.0 + * @category String + * @param {string} [string=''] The string to escape. + * @returns {string} Returns the escaped string. + * @example + * + * _.escapeRegExp('[lodash](https://lodash.com/)'); + * // => '\[lodash\]\(https://lodash\.com/\)' + */ + function escapeRegExp(string) { + string = toString(string); + return (string && reHasRegExpChar.test(string)) + ? string.replace(reRegExpChar, '\\$&') + : string; + } + + /** + * Converts `string` to + * [kebab case](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Letter_case#Special_case_styles). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.0.0 + * @category String + * @param {string} [string=''] The string to convert. + * @returns {string} Returns the kebab cased string. + * @example + * + * _.kebabCase('Foo Bar'); + * // => 'foo-bar' + * + * _.kebabCase('fooBar'); + * // => 'foo-bar' + * + * _.kebabCase('__FOO_BAR__'); + * // => 'foo-bar' + */ + var kebabCase = createCompounder(function(result, word, index) { + return result + (index ? '-' : '') + word.toLowerCase(); + }); + + /** + * Converts `string`, as space separated words, to lower case. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category String + * @param {string} [string=''] The string to convert. + * @returns {string} Returns the lower cased string. + * @example + * + * _.lowerCase('--Foo-Bar--'); + * // => 'foo bar' + * + * _.lowerCase('fooBar'); + * // => 'foo bar' + * + * _.lowerCase('__FOO_BAR__'); + * // => 'foo bar' + */ + var lowerCase = createCompounder(function(result, word, index) { + return result + (index ? ' ' : '') + word.toLowerCase(); + }); + + /** + * Converts the first character of `string` to lower case. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category String + * @param {string} [string=''] The string to convert. + * @returns {string} Returns the converted string. + * @example + * + * _.lowerFirst('Fred'); + * // => 'fred' + * + * _.lowerFirst('FRED'); + * // => 'fRED' + */ + var lowerFirst = createCaseFirst('toLowerCase'); + + /** + * Pads `string` on the left and right sides if it's shorter than `length`. + * Padding characters are truncated if they can't be evenly divided by `length`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.0.0 + * @category String + * @param {string} [string=''] The string to pad. + * @param {number} [length=0] The padding length. + * @param {string} [chars=' '] The string used as padding. + * @returns {string} Returns the padded string. + * @example + * + * _.pad('abc', 8); + * // => ' abc ' + * + * _.pad('abc', 8, '_-'); + * // => '_-abc_-_' + * + * _.pad('abc', 3); + * // => 'abc' + */ + function pad(string, length, chars) { + string = toString(string); + length = toInteger(length); + + var strLength = length ? stringSize(string) : 0; + if (!length || strLength >= length) { + return string; + } + var mid = (length - strLength) / 2; + return ( + createPadding(nativeFloor(mid), chars) + + string + + createPadding(nativeCeil(mid), chars) + ); + } + + /** + * Pads `string` on the right side if it's shorter than `length`. Padding + * characters are truncated if they exceed `length`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category String + * @param {string} [string=''] The string to pad. + * @param {number} [length=0] The padding length. + * @param {string} [chars=' '] The string used as padding. + * @returns {string} Returns the padded string. + * @example + * + * _.padEnd('abc', 6); + * // => 'abc ' + * + * _.padEnd('abc', 6, '_-'); + * // => 'abc_-_' + * + * _.padEnd('abc', 3); + * // => 'abc' + */ + function padEnd(string, length, chars) { + string = toString(string); + length = toInteger(length); + + var strLength = length ? stringSize(string) : 0; + return (length && strLength < length) + ? (string + createPadding(length - strLength, chars)) + : string; + } + + /** + * Pads `string` on the left side if it's shorter than `length`. Padding + * characters are truncated if they exceed `length`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category String + * @param {string} [string=''] The string to pad. + * @param {number} [length=0] The padding length. + * @param {string} [chars=' '] The string used as padding. + * @returns {string} Returns the padded string. + * @example + * + * _.padStart('abc', 6); + * // => ' abc' + * + * _.padStart('abc', 6, '_-'); + * // => '_-_abc' + * + * _.padStart('abc', 3); + * // => 'abc' + */ + function padStart(string, length, chars) { + string = toString(string); + length = toInteger(length); + + var strLength = length ? stringSize(string) : 0; + return (length && strLength < length) + ? (createPadding(length - strLength, chars) + string) + : string; + } + + /** + * Converts `string` to an integer of the specified radix. If `radix` is + * `undefined` or `0`, a `radix` of `10` is used unless `value` is a + * hexadecimal, in which case a `radix` of `16` is used. + * + * **Note:** This method aligns with the + * [ES5 implementation](https://es5.github.io/#x15.1.2.2) of `parseInt`. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 1.1.0 + * @category String + * @param {string} string The string to convert. + * @param {number} [radix=10] The radix to interpret `value` by. + * @param- {Object} [guard] Enables use as an iteratee for methods like `_.map`. + * @returns {number} Returns the converted integer. + * @example + * + * _.parseInt('08'); + * // => 8 + * + * _.map(['6', '08', '10'], _.parseInt); + * // => [6, 8, 10] + */ + function parseInt(string, radix, guard) { + if (guard || radix == null) { + radix = 0; + } else if (radix) { + radix = +radix; + } + return nativeParseInt(toString(string), radix || 0); + } + + /** + * Repeats the given string `n` times. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.0.0 + * @category String + * @param {string} [string=''] The string to repeat. + * @param {number} [n=1] The number of times to repeat the string. + * @param- {Object} [guard] Enables use as an iteratee for methods like `_.map`. + * @returns {string} Returns the repeated string. + * @example + * + * _.repeat('*', 3); + * // => '***' + * + * _.repeat('abc', 2); + * // => 'abcabc' + * + * _.repeat('abc', 0); + * // => '' + */ + function repeat(string, n, guard) { + if ((guard ? isIterateeCall(string, n, guard) : n === undefined)) { + n = 1; + } else { + n = toInteger(n); + } + return baseRepeat(toString(string), n); + } + + /** + * Replaces matches for `pattern` in `string` with `replacement`. + * + * **Note:** This method is based on + * [`String#replace`](https://mdn.io/String/replace). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category String + * @param {string} [string=''] The string to modify. + * @param {RegExp|string} pattern The pattern to replace. + * @param {Function|string} replacement The match replacement. + * @returns {string} Returns the modified string. + * @example + * + * _.replace('Hi Fred', 'Fred', 'Barney'); + * // => 'Hi Barney' + */ + function replace() { + var args = arguments, + string = toString(args[0]); + + return args.length < 3 ? string : string.replace(args[1], args[2]); + } + + /** + * Converts `string` to + * [snake case](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snake_case). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.0.0 + * @category String + * @param {string} [string=''] The string to convert. + * @returns {string} Returns the snake cased string. + * @example + * + * _.snakeCase('Foo Bar'); + * // => 'foo_bar' + * + * _.snakeCase('fooBar'); + * // => 'foo_bar' + * + * _.snakeCase('--FOO-BAR--'); + * // => 'foo_bar' + */ + var snakeCase = createCompounder(function(result, word, index) { + return result + (index ? '_' : '') + word.toLowerCase(); + }); + + /** + * Splits `string` by `separator`. + * + * **Note:** This method is based on + * [`String#split`](https://mdn.io/String/split). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 4.0.0 + * @category String + * @param {string} [string=''] The string to split. + * @param {RegExp|string} separator The separator pattern to split by. + * @param {number} [limit] The length to truncate results to. + * @returns {Array} Returns the string segments. + * @example + * + * _.split('a-b-c', '-', 2); + * // => ['a', 'b'] + */ + function split(string, separator, limit) { + if (limit && typeof limit != 'number' && isIterateeCall(string, separator, limit)) { + separator = limit = undefined; + } + limit = limit === undefined ? MAX_ARRAY_LENGTH : limit >>> 0; + if (!limit) { + return []; + } + string = toString(string); + if (string && ( + typeof separator == 'string' || + (separator != null && !isRegExp(separator)) + )) { + separator = baseToString(separator); + if (!separator && hasUnicode(string)) { + return castSlice(stringToArray(string), 0, limit); + } + } + return string.split(separator, limit); + } + + /** + * Converts `string` to + * [start case](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Letter_case#Stylistic_or_specialised_usage). + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.1.0 + * @category String + * @param {string} [string=''] The string to convert. + * @returns {string} Returns the start cased string. + * @example + * + * _.startCase('--foo-bar--'); + * // => 'Foo Bar' + * + * _.startCase('fooBar'); + * // => 'Foo Bar' + * + * _.startCase('__FOO_BAR__'); + * // => 'FOO BAR' + */ + var startCase = createCompounder(function(result, word, index) { + return result + (index ? ' ' : '') + upperFirst(word); + }); + + /** + * Checks if `string` starts with the given target string. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 3.0.0 + * @category String + * @param {string} [string=''] The string to inspect. + * @param {string} [target] The string to search for. + * @param {number} [position=0] The position to search from. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `string` starts with `target`, + * else `false`. + * @example + * + * _.startsWith('abc', 'a'); + * // => true + * + * _.startsWith('abc', 'b'); + * // => false + * + * _.startsWith('abc', 'b', 1); + * // => true + */ + function startsWith(string, target, position) { + string = toString(string); + position = baseClamp(toInteger(position), 0, string.length); + target = baseToString(target); + return string.slice(position, position + target.length) == target; + } + + /** + * Creates a compiled template function that can interpolate data properties + * in "interpolate" delimiters, HTML-escape interpolated data properties in + * "escape" delimiters, and execute JavaScript in "evaluate" delimiters. Data + * properties may be accessed as free variables in the template. If a setting + * object is given, it takes precedence over `_.templateSettings` values. + * + * **Note:** In the development build `_.template` utilizes + * [sourceURLs](http://www.html5rocks.com/en/tutorials/developertools/sourcemaps/#toc-sourceurl) + * for easier debugging. + * + * For more information on precompiling templates see + * [lodash's custom builds documentation](https://lodash.com/custom-builds). + * + * For more information on Chrome extension sandboxes see + * [Chrome's extensions documentation](https://developer.chrome.com/extensions/sandboxingEval). + * + * @static + * @since 0.1.0 + * @memberOf _ + * @category String + * @param {string} [string=''] The template string. + * @param {Object} [options={}] The options object. + * @param {RegExp} [options.escape=_.templateSettings.escape] + * The HTML "escape" delimiter. + * @param {RegExp} [options.evaluate=_.templateSettings.evaluate] + * The "evaluate" delimiter. + * @param {Object} [options.imports=_.templateSettings.imports] + * An object to import into the template as free variables. + * @param {RegExp} [options.interpolate=_.templateSettings.interpolate] + * The "interpolate" delimiter. + * @param {string} [options.sourceURL='lodash.templateSources[n]'] + * The sourceURL of the compiled template. + * @param {string} [options.variable='obj'] + * The data object variable name. + * @param- {Object} [guard] Enables use as an iteratee for methods like `_.map`. + * @returns {Function} Returns the compiled template function. + * @example + * + * // Use the "interpolate" delimiter to create a compiled template. + * var compiled = _.template('hello <%= user %>!'); + * compiled({ 'user': 'fred' }); + * // => 'hello fred!' + * + * // Use the HTML "escape" delimiter to escape data property values. + * var compiled = _.template('<%- value %>'); + * compiled({ 'value': ' + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
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+ + + + + \ No newline at end of file diff --git a/vue_nine/js/lodash.js b/vue_nine/js/lodash.js new file mode 100644 index 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000..4fe03e6bff5dbcadb6dbba6086f5632a6d4e53b8 --- /dev/null +++ b/vue_nine/js/lodash.js @@ -0,0 +1,16895 @@ +/** + * @license + * lodash + * Copyright jQuery Foundation and other contributors + * Released under MIT license + * Based on Underscore.js 1.8.3 + * Copyright Jeremy Ashkenas, DocumentCloud and Investigative Reporters & Editors + */ +;(function() { + + /** Used as a safe reference for `undefined` in pre-ES5 environments. */ + var undefined; + + /** Used as the semantic version number. */ + var VERSION = '4.16.0'; + + /** Used as the size to enable large array optimizations. */ + var LARGE_ARRAY_SIZE = 200; + + /** Used as the `TypeError` message for "Functions" methods. */ + var FUNC_ERROR_TEXT = 'Expected a function'; + + /** Used to stand-in for `undefined` hash values. */ + var HASH_UNDEFINED = '__lodash_hash_undefined__'; + + /** Used as the maximum memoize cache size. */ + var MAX_MEMOIZE_SIZE = 500; + + /** Used as the internal argument placeholder. */ + var PLACEHOLDER = '__lodash_placeholder__'; + + /** Used to compose bitmasks for function metadata. */ + var BIND_FLAG = 1, + BIND_KEY_FLAG = 2, + CURRY_BOUND_FLAG = 4, + CURRY_FLAG = 8, + CURRY_RIGHT_FLAG = 16, + PARTIAL_FLAG = 32, + PARTIAL_RIGHT_FLAG = 64, + ARY_FLAG = 128, + REARG_FLAG = 256, + FLIP_FLAG = 512; + + /** Used to compose bitmasks for comparison styles. */ + var UNORDERED_COMPARE_FLAG = 1, + PARTIAL_COMPARE_FLAG = 2; + + /** Used as default options for `_.truncate`. */ + var DEFAULT_TRUNC_LENGTH = 30, + DEFAULT_TRUNC_OMISSION = '...'; + + /** Used to detect hot functions by number of calls within a span of milliseconds. */ + var HOT_COUNT = 500, + HOT_SPAN = 16; + + /** Used to indicate the type of lazy iteratees. */ + var LAZY_FILTER_FLAG = 1, + LAZY_MAP_FLAG = 2, + LAZY_WHILE_FLAG = 3; + + /** Used as references for various `Number` constants. */ + var INFINITY = 1 / 0, + MAX_SAFE_INTEGER = 9007199254740991, + MAX_INTEGER = 1.7976931348623157e+308, + NAN = 0 / 0; + + /** Used as references for the maximum length and index of an array. */ + var MAX_ARRAY_LENGTH = 4294967295, + MAX_ARRAY_INDEX = MAX_ARRAY_LENGTH - 1, + HALF_MAX_ARRAY_LENGTH = MAX_ARRAY_LENGTH >>> 1; + + /** Used to associate wrap methods with their bit flags. */ + var wrapFlags = [ + ['ary', ARY_FLAG], + ['bind', BIND_FLAG], + ['bindKey', BIND_KEY_FLAG], + ['curry', CURRY_FLAG], + ['curryRight', CURRY_RIGHT_FLAG], + ['flip', FLIP_FLAG], + ['partial', PARTIAL_FLAG], + ['partialRight', PARTIAL_RIGHT_FLAG], + ['rearg', REARG_FLAG] + ]; + + /** `Object#toString` result references. */ + var argsTag = '[object Arguments]', + arrayTag = '[object Array]', + boolTag = '[object Boolean]', + dateTag = '[object Date]', + errorTag = '[object Error]', + funcTag = '[object Function]', + genTag = '[object GeneratorFunction]', + mapTag = '[object Map]', + numberTag = '[object Number]', + objectTag = '[object Object]', + promiseTag = '[object Promise]', + regexpTag = '[object RegExp]', + setTag = '[object Set]', + stringTag = '[object String]', + symbolTag = '[object Symbol]', + weakMapTag = '[object WeakMap]', + weakSetTag = '[object WeakSet]'; + + var arrayBufferTag = '[object ArrayBuffer]', + dataViewTag = '[object DataView]', + float32Tag = '[object Float32Array]', + float64Tag = '[object Float64Array]', + int8Tag = '[object Int8Array]', + int16Tag = '[object Int16Array]', + int32Tag = '[object Int32Array]', + uint8Tag = '[object Uint8Array]', + uint8ClampedTag = '[object Uint8ClampedArray]', + uint16Tag = '[object Uint16Array]', + uint32Tag = '[object Uint32Array]'; + + /** Used to match empty string literals in compiled template source. */ + var reEmptyStringLeading = /\b__p \+= '';/g, + reEmptyStringMiddle = /\b(__p \+=) '' \+/g, + reEmptyStringTrailing = /(__e\(.*?\)|\b__t\)) \+\n'';/g; + + /** Used to match HTML entities and HTML characters. */ + var reEscapedHtml = /&(?:amp|lt|gt|quot|#39|#96);/g, + reUnescapedHtml = /[&<>"'`]/g, + reHasEscapedHtml = RegExp(reEscapedHtml.source), + reHasUnescapedHtml = RegExp(reUnescapedHtml.source); + + /** Used to match template delimiters. */ + var reEscape = /<%-([\s\S]+?)%>/g, + reEvaluate = /<%([\s\S]+?)%>/g, + reInterpolate = /<%=([\s\S]+?)%>/g; + + /** Used to match property names within property paths. */ + var reIsDeepProp = /\.|\[(?:[^[\]]*|(["'])(?:(?!\1)[^\\]|\\.)*?\1)\]/, + reIsPlainProp = /^\w*$/, + reLeadingDot = /^\./, + rePropName = /[^.[\]]+|\[(?:(-?\d+(?:\.\d+)?)|(["'])((?:(?!\2)[^\\]|\\.)*?)\2)\]|(?=(?:\.|\[\])(?:\.|\[\]|$))/g; + + /** + * Used to match `RegExp` + * [syntax characters](http://ecma-international.org/ecma-262/7.0/#sec-patterns). + */ + var reRegExpChar = /[\\^$.*+?()[\]{}|]/g, + reHasRegExpChar = RegExp(reRegExpChar.source); + + /** Used to match leading and trailing whitespace. */ + var reTrim = /^\s+|\s+$/g, + reTrimStart = /^\s+/, + reTrimEnd = /\s+$/; + + /** Used to match wrap detail comments. */ + var reWrapComment = /\{(?:\n\/\* \[wrapped with .+\] \*\/)?\n?/, + reWrapDetails = /\{\n\/\* \[wrapped with (.+)\] \*/, + reSplitDetails = /,? & /; + + /** Used to match words composed of alphanumeric characters. */ + var reAsciiWord = /[^\x00-\x2f\x3a-\x40\x5b-\x60\x7b-\x7f]+/g; + + /** Used to match backslashes in property paths. */ + var reEscapeChar = /\\(\\)?/g; + + /** + * Used to match + * [ES template delimiters](http://ecma-international.org/ecma-262/7.0/#sec-template-literal-lexical-components). + */ + var reEsTemplate = /\$\{([^\\}]*(?:\\.[^\\}]*)*)\}/g; + + /** Used to match `RegExp` flags from their coerced string values. */ + var reFlags = /\w*$/; + + /** Used to detect bad signed hexadecimal string values. */ + var reIsBadHex = /^[-+]0x[0-9a-f]+$/i; + + /** Used to detect binary string values. */ + var reIsBinary = /^0b[01]+$/i; + + /** Used to detect host constructors (Safari). */ + var reIsHostCtor = /^\[object .+?Constructor\]$/; + + /** Used to detect octal string values. */ + var reIsOctal = /^0o[0-7]+$/i; + + /** Used to detect unsigned integer values. */ + var reIsUint = /^(?:0|[1-9]\d*)$/; + + /** Used to match Latin Unicode letters (excluding mathematical operators). */ + var reLatin = /[\xc0-\xd6\xd8-\xf6\xf8-\xff\u0100-\u017f]/g; + + /** Used to ensure capturing order of template delimiters. */ + var reNoMatch = /($^)/; + + /** Used to match unescaped characters in compiled string literals. */ + var reUnescapedString = /['\n\r\u2028\u2029\\]/g; + + /** Used to compose unicode character classes. */ + var rsAstralRange = '\\ud800-\\udfff', + rsComboMarksRange = '\\u0300-\\u036f\\ufe20-\\ufe23', + rsComboSymbolsRange = '\\u20d0-\\u20f0', + rsDingbatRange = '\\u2700-\\u27bf', + rsLowerRange = 'a-z\\xdf-\\xf6\\xf8-\\xff', + rsMathOpRange = '\\xac\\xb1\\xd7\\xf7', + rsNonCharRange = '\\x00-\\x2f\\x3a-\\x40\\x5b-\\x60\\x7b-\\xbf', + rsPunctuationRange = '\\u2000-\\u206f', + rsSpaceRange = ' \\t\\x0b\\f\\xa0\\ufeff\\n\\r\\u2028\\u2029\\u1680\\u180e\\u2000\\u2001\\u2002\\u2003\\u2004\\u2005\\u2006\\u2007\\u2008\\u2009\\u200a\\u202f\\u205f\\u3000', + rsUpperRange = 'A-Z\\xc0-\\xd6\\xd8-\\xde', + rsVarRange = '\\ufe0e\\ufe0f', + rsBreakRange = rsMathOpRange + rsNonCharRange + rsPunctuationRange + rsSpaceRange; + + /** Used to compose unicode capture groups. */ + var rsApos = "['\u2019]", + rsAstral = '[' + rsAstralRange + ']', + rsBreak = '[' + rsBreakRange + ']', + rsCombo = '[' + rsComboMarksRange + rsComboSymbolsRange + ']', + rsDigits = '\\d+', + rsDingbat = '[' + rsDingbatRange + ']', + rsLower = '[' + rsLowerRange + ']', + rsMisc = '[^' + rsAstralRange + rsBreakRange + rsDigits + rsDingbatRange + rsLowerRange + rsUpperRange + ']', + rsFitz = '\\ud83c[\\udffb-\\udfff]', + rsModifier = '(?:' + rsCombo + '|' + rsFitz + ')', + rsNonAstral = '[^' + rsAstralRange + ']', + rsRegional = '(?:\\ud83c[\\udde6-\\uddff]){2}', + rsSurrPair = '[\\ud800-\\udbff][\\udc00-\\udfff]', + rsUpper = '[' + rsUpperRange + ']', + rsZWJ = '\\u200d'; + + /** Used to compose unicode regexes. */ + var rsLowerMisc = '(?:' + rsLower + '|' + rsMisc + ')', + rsUpperMisc = '(?:' + rsUpper + '|' + rsMisc + ')', + rsOptLowerContr = '(?:' + rsApos + '(?:d|ll|m|re|s|t|ve))?', + rsOptUpperContr = '(?:' + rsApos + '(?:D|LL|M|RE|S|T|VE))?', + reOptMod = rsModifier + '?', + rsOptVar = '[' + rsVarRange + ']?', + rsOptJoin = '(?:' + rsZWJ + '(?:' + [rsNonAstral, rsRegional, rsSurrPair].join('|') + ')' + rsOptVar + reOptMod + ')*', + rsSeq = rsOptVar + reOptMod + rsOptJoin, + rsEmoji = '(?:' + [rsDingbat, rsRegional, rsSurrPair].join('|') + ')' + rsSeq, + rsSymbol = '(?:' + [rsNonAstral + rsCombo + '?', rsCombo, rsRegional, rsSurrPair, rsAstral].join('|') + ')'; + + /** Used to match apostrophes. */ + var reApos = RegExp(rsApos, 'g'); + + /** + * Used to match [combining diacritical marks](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Combining_Diacritical_Marks) and + * [combining diacritical marks for symbols](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Combining_Diacritical_Marks_for_Symbols). + */ + var reComboMark = RegExp(rsCombo, 'g'); + + /** Used to match [string symbols](https://mathiasbynens.be/notes/javascript-unicode). */ + var reUnicode = RegExp(rsFitz + '(?=' + rsFitz + ')|' + rsSymbol + rsSeq, 'g'); + + /** Used to match complex or compound words. */ + var reUnicodeWord = RegExp([ + rsUpper + '?' + rsLower + '+' + rsOptLowerContr + '(?=' + [rsBreak, rsUpper, '$'].join('|') + ')', + rsUpperMisc + '+' + rsOptUpperContr + '(?=' + [rsBreak, rsUpper + rsLowerMisc, '$'].join('|') + ')', + rsUpper + '?' + rsLowerMisc + '+' + rsOptLowerContr, + rsUpper + '+' + rsOptUpperContr, + rsDigits, + rsEmoji + ].join('|'), 'g'); + + /** Used to detect strings with [zero-width joiners or code points from the astral planes](http://eev.ee/blog/2015/09/12/dark-corners-of-unicode/). */ + var reHasUnicode = RegExp('[' + rsZWJ + rsAstralRange + rsComboMarksRange + rsComboSymbolsRange + rsVarRange + ']'); + + /** Used to detect strings that need a more robust regexp to match words. */ + var reHasUnicodeWord = /[a-z][A-Z]|[A-Z]{2,}[a-z]|[0-9][a-zA-Z]|[a-zA-Z][0-9]|[^a-zA-Z0-9 ]/; + + /** Used to assign default `context` object properties. */ + var contextProps = [ + 'Array', 'Buffer', 'DataView', 'Date', 'Error', 'Float32Array', 'Float64Array', + 'Function', 'Int8Array', 'Int16Array', 'Int32Array', 'Map', 'Math', 'Object', + 'Promise', 'RegExp', 'Set', 'String', 'Symbol', 'TypeError', 'Uint8Array', + 'Uint8ClampedArray', 'Uint16Array', 'Uint32Array', 'WeakMap', + '_', 'clearTimeout', 'isFinite', 'parseInt', 'setTimeout' + ]; + + /** Used to make template sourceURLs easier to identify. */ + var templateCounter = -1; + + /** Used to identify `toStringTag` values of typed arrays. */ + var typedArrayTags = {}; + typedArrayTags[float32Tag] = typedArrayTags[float64Tag] = + typedArrayTags[int8Tag] = typedArrayTags[int16Tag] = + typedArrayTags[int32Tag] = typedArrayTags[uint8Tag] = + typedArrayTags[uint8ClampedTag] = typedArrayTags[uint16Tag] = + typedArrayTags[uint32Tag] = true; + typedArrayTags[argsTag] = typedArrayTags[arrayTag] = + typedArrayTags[arrayBufferTag] = typedArrayTags[boolTag] = + typedArrayTags[dataViewTag] = typedArrayTags[dateTag] = + typedArrayTags[errorTag] = typedArrayTags[funcTag] = + typedArrayTags[mapTag] = typedArrayTags[numberTag] = + typedArrayTags[objectTag] = typedArrayTags[regexpTag] = + typedArrayTags[setTag] = typedArrayTags[stringTag] = + typedArrayTags[weakMapTag] = false; + + /** Used to identify `toStringTag` values supported by `_.clone`. */ + var cloneableTags = {}; + cloneableTags[argsTag] = cloneableTags[arrayTag] = + cloneableTags[arrayBufferTag] = cloneableTags[dataViewTag] = + cloneableTags[boolTag] = cloneableTags[dateTag] = + cloneableTags[float32Tag] = cloneableTags[float64Tag] = + cloneableTags[int8Tag] = cloneableTags[int16Tag] = + cloneableTags[int32Tag] = cloneableTags[mapTag] = + cloneableTags[numberTag] = cloneableTags[objectTag] = + cloneableTags[regexpTag] = cloneableTags[setTag] = + cloneableTags[stringTag] = cloneableTags[symbolTag] = + cloneableTags[uint8Tag] = cloneableTags[uint8ClampedTag] = + cloneableTags[uint16Tag] = cloneableTags[uint32Tag] = true; + cloneableTags[errorTag] = cloneableTags[funcTag] = + cloneableTags[weakMapTag] = false; + + /** Used to map Latin Unicode letters to basic Latin letters. */ + var deburredLetters = { + // Latin-1 Supplement block. + '\xc0': 'A', '\xc1': 'A', '\xc2': 'A', '\xc3': 'A', '\xc4': 'A', '\xc5': 'A', + '\xe0': 'a', '\xe1': 'a', '\xe2': 'a', '\xe3': 'a', '\xe4': 'a', '\xe5': 'a', + '\xc7': 'C', '\xe7': 'c', + '\xd0': 'D', '\xf0': 'd', + '\xc8': 'E', '\xc9': 'E', '\xca': 'E', '\xcb': 'E', + '\xe8': 'e', '\xe9': 'e', '\xea': 'e', '\xeb': 'e', + '\xcc': 'I', '\xcd': 'I', '\xce': 'I', '\xcf': 'I', + '\xec': 'i', '\xed': 'i', '\xee': 'i', '\xef': 'i', + '\xd1': 'N', '\xf1': 'n', + '\xd2': 'O', '\xd3': 'O', '\xd4': 'O', '\xd5': 'O', '\xd6': 'O', '\xd8': 'O', + '\xf2': 'o', '\xf3': 'o', '\xf4': 'o', '\xf5': 'o', '\xf6': 'o', '\xf8': 'o', + '\xd9': 'U', '\xda': 'U', '\xdb': 'U', '\xdc': 'U', + '\xf9': 'u', '\xfa': 'u', '\xfb': 'u', '\xfc': 'u', + '\xdd': 'Y', '\xfd': 'y', '\xff': 'y', + '\xc6': 'Ae', '\xe6': 'ae', + '\xde': 'Th', '\xfe': 'th', + '\xdf': 'ss', + // Latin Extended-A block. + '\u0100': 'A', '\u0102': 'A', '\u0104': 'A', + '\u0101': 'a', '\u0103': 'a', '\u0105': 'a', + '\u0106': 'C', '\u0108': 'C', '\u010a': 'C', '\u010c': 'C', + '\u0107': 'c', '\u0109': 'c', '\u010b': 'c', '\u010d': 'c', + '\u010e': 'D', '\u0110': 'D', '\u010f': 'd', '\u0111': 'd', + '\u0112': 'E', '\u0114': 'E', '\u0116': 'E', '\u0118': 'E', '\u011a': 'E', + '\u0113': 'e', '\u0115': 'e', '\u0117': 'e', '\u0119': 'e', '\u011b': 'e', + '\u011c': 'G', '\u011e': 'G', '\u0120': 'G', '\u0122': 'G', + '\u011d': 'g', '\u011f': 'g', '\u0121': 'g', '\u0123': 'g', + '\u0124': 'H', '\u0126': 'H', '\u0125': 'h', '\u0127': 'h', + '\u0128': 'I', '\u012a': 'I', '\u012c': 'I', '\u012e': 'I', '\u0130': 'I', + '\u0129': 'i', '\u012b': 'i', '\u012d': 'i', '\u012f': 'i', '\u0131': 'i', + '\u0134': 'J', '\u0135': 'j', + '\u0136': 'K', '\u0137': 'k', '\u0138': 'k', + '\u0139': 'L', '\u013b': 'L', '\u013d': 'L', '\u013f': 'L', '\u0141': 'L', + '\u013a': 'l', '\u013c': 'l', '\u013e': 'l', '\u0140': 'l', '\u0142': 'l', + '\u0143': 'N', '\u0145': 'N', '\u0147': 'N', '\u014a': 'N', + '\u0144': 'n', '\u0146': 'n', '\u0148': 'n', '\u014b': 'n', + '\u014c': 'O', '\u014e': 'O', '\u0150': 'O', + '\u014d': 'o', '\u014f': 'o', '\u0151': 'o', + '\u0154': 'R', '\u0156': 'R', '\u0158': 'R', + '\u0155': 'r', '\u0157': 'r', '\u0159': 'r', + '\u015a': 'S', '\u015c': 'S', '\u015e': 'S', '\u0160': 'S', + '\u015b': 's', '\u015d': 's', '\u015f': 's', '\u0161': 's', + '\u0162': 'T', '\u0164': 'T', '\u0166': 'T', + '\u0163': 't', '\u0165': 't', '\u0167': 't', + '\u0168': 'U', '\u016a': 'U', '\u016c': 'U', '\u016e': 'U', '\u0170': 'U', '\u0172': 'U', + '\u0169': 'u', '\u016b': 'u', '\u016d': 'u', '\u016f': 'u', '\u0171': 'u', '\u0173': 'u', + '\u0174': 'W', '\u0175': 'w', + '\u0176': 'Y', '\u0177': 'y', '\u0178': 'Y', + '\u0179': 'Z', '\u017b': 'Z', '\u017d': 'Z', + '\u017a': 'z', '\u017c': 'z', '\u017e': 'z', + '\u0132': 'IJ', '\u0133': 'ij', + '\u0152': 'Oe', '\u0153': 'oe', + '\u0149': "'n", '\u017f': 's' + }; + + /** Used to map characters to HTML entities. */ + var htmlEscapes = { + '&': '&', + '<': '<', + '>': '>', + '"': '"', + "'": ''' + }; + + /** Used to map HTML entities to characters. */ + var htmlUnescapes = { + '&': '&', + '<': '<', + '>': '>', + '"': '"', + ''': "'" + }; + + /** Used to escape characters for inclusion in compiled string literals. */ + var stringEscapes = { + '\\': '\\', + "'": "'", + '\n': 'n', + '\r': 'r', + '\u2028': 'u2028', + '\u2029': 'u2029' + }; + + /** Built-in method references without a dependency on `root`. */ + var freeParseFloat = parseFloat, + freeParseInt = parseInt; + + /** Detect free variable `global` from Node.js. */ + var freeGlobal = typeof global == 'object' && global && global.Object === Object && global; + + /** Detect free variable `self`. */ + var freeSelf = typeof self == 'object' && self && self.Object === Object && self; + + /** Used as a reference to the global object. */ + var root = freeGlobal || freeSelf || Function('return this')(); + + /** Detect free variable `exports`. */ + var freeExports = typeof exports == 'object' && exports && !exports.nodeType && exports; + + /** Detect free variable `module`. */ + var freeModule = freeExports && typeof module == 'object' && module && !module.nodeType && module; + + /** Detect the popular CommonJS extension `module.exports`. */ + var moduleExports = freeModule && freeModule.exports === freeExports; + + /** Detect free variable `process` from Node.js. */ + var freeProcess = moduleExports && freeGlobal.process; + + /** Used to access faster Node.js helpers. */ + var nodeUtil = (function() { + try { + return freeProcess && freeProcess.binding('util'); + } catch (e) {} + }()); + + /* Node.js helper references. */ + var nodeIsArrayBuffer = nodeUtil && nodeUtil.isArrayBuffer, + nodeIsDate = nodeUtil && nodeUtil.isDate, + nodeIsMap = nodeUtil && nodeUtil.isMap, + nodeIsRegExp = nodeUtil && nodeUtil.isRegExp, + nodeIsSet = nodeUtil && nodeUtil.isSet, + nodeIsTypedArray = nodeUtil && nodeUtil.isTypedArray; + + /*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/ + + /** + * Adds the key-value `pair` to `map`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} map The map to modify. + * @param {Array} pair The key-value pair to add. + * @returns {Object} Returns `map`. + */ + function addMapEntry(map, pair) { + // Don't return `map.set` because it's not chainable in IE 11. + map.set(pair[0], pair[1]); + return map; + } + + /** + * Adds `value` to `set`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} set The set to modify. + * @param {*} value The value to add. + * @returns {Object} Returns `set`. + */ + function addSetEntry(set, value) { + // Don't return `set.add` because it's not chainable in IE 11. + set.add(value); + return set; + } + + /** + * A faster alternative to `Function#apply`, this function invokes `func` + * with the `this` binding of `thisArg` and the arguments of `args`. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} func The function to invoke. + * @param {*} thisArg The `this` binding of `func`. + * @param {Array} args The arguments to invoke `func` with. + * @returns {*} Returns the result of `func`. + */ + function apply(func, thisArg, args) { + switch (args.length) { + case 0: return func.call(thisArg); + case 1: return func.call(thisArg, args[0]); + case 2: return func.call(thisArg, args[0], args[1]); + case 3: return func.call(thisArg, args[0], args[1], args[2]); + } + return func.apply(thisArg, args); + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `baseAggregator` for arrays. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} [array] The array to iterate over. + * @param {Function} setter The function to set `accumulator` values. + * @param {Function} iteratee The iteratee to transform keys. + * @param {Object} accumulator The initial aggregated object. + * @returns {Function} Returns `accumulator`. + */ + function arrayAggregator(array, setter, iteratee, accumulator) { + var index = -1, + length = array ? array.length : 0; + + while (++index < length) { + var value = array[index]; + setter(accumulator, value, iteratee(value), array); + } + return accumulator; + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `_.forEach` for arrays without support for + * iteratee shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} [array] The array to iterate over. + * @param {Function} iteratee The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {Array} Returns `array`. + */ + function arrayEach(array, iteratee) { + var index = -1, + length = array ? array.length : 0; + + while (++index < length) { + if (iteratee(array[index], index, array) === false) { + break; + } + } + return array; + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `_.forEachRight` for arrays without support for + * iteratee shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} [array] The array to iterate over. + * @param {Function} iteratee The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {Array} Returns `array`. + */ + function arrayEachRight(array, iteratee) { + var length = array ? array.length : 0; + + while (length--) { + if (iteratee(array[length], length, array) === false) { + break; + } + } + return array; + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `_.every` for arrays without support for + * iteratee shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} [array] The array to iterate over. + * @param {Function} predicate The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if all elements pass the predicate check, + * else `false`. + */ + function arrayEvery(array, predicate) { + var index = -1, + length = array ? array.length : 0; + + while (++index < length) { + if (!predicate(array[index], index, array)) { + return false; + } + } + return true; + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `_.filter` for arrays without support for + * iteratee shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} [array] The array to iterate over. + * @param {Function} predicate The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new filtered array. + */ + function arrayFilter(array, predicate) { + var index = -1, + length = array ? array.length : 0, + resIndex = 0, + result = []; + + while (++index < length) { + var value = array[index]; + if (predicate(value, index, array)) { + result[resIndex++] = value; + } + } + return result; + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `_.includes` for arrays without support for + * specifying an index to search from. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} [array] The array to inspect. + * @param {*} target The value to search for. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `target` is found, else `false`. + */ + function arrayIncludes(array, value) { + var length = array ? array.length : 0; + return !!length && baseIndexOf(array, value, 0) > -1; + } + + /** + * This function is like `arrayIncludes` except that it accepts a comparator. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} [array] The array to inspect. + * @param {*} target The value to search for. + * @param {Function} comparator The comparator invoked per element. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `target` is found, else `false`. + */ + function arrayIncludesWith(array, value, comparator) { + var index = -1, + length = array ? array.length : 0; + + while (++index < length) { + if (comparator(value, array[index])) { + return true; + } + } + return false; + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `_.map` for arrays without support for iteratee + * shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} [array] The array to iterate over. + * @param {Function} iteratee The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new mapped array. + */ + function arrayMap(array, iteratee) { + var index = -1, + length = array ? array.length : 0, + result = Array(length); + + while (++index < length) { + result[index] = iteratee(array[index], index, array); + } + return result; + } + + /** + * Appends the elements of `values` to `array`. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to modify. + * @param {Array} values The values to append. + * @returns {Array} Returns `array`. + */ + function arrayPush(array, values) { + var index = -1, + length = values.length, + offset = array.length; + + while (++index < length) { + array[offset + index] = values[index]; + } + return array; + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `_.reduce` for arrays without support for + * iteratee shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} [array] The array to iterate over. + * @param {Function} iteratee The function invoked per iteration. + * @param {*} [accumulator] The initial value. + * @param {boolean} [initAccum] Specify using the first element of `array` as + * the initial value. + * @returns {*} Returns the accumulated value. + */ + function arrayReduce(array, iteratee, accumulator, initAccum) { + var index = -1, + length = array ? array.length : 0; + + if (initAccum && length) { + accumulator = array[++index]; + } + while (++index < length) { + accumulator = iteratee(accumulator, array[index], index, array); + } + return accumulator; + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `_.reduceRight` for arrays without support for + * iteratee shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} [array] The array to iterate over. + * @param {Function} iteratee The function invoked per iteration. + * @param {*} [accumulator] The initial value. + * @param {boolean} [initAccum] Specify using the last element of `array` as + * the initial value. + * @returns {*} Returns the accumulated value. + */ + function arrayReduceRight(array, iteratee, accumulator, initAccum) { + var length = array ? array.length : 0; + if (initAccum && length) { + accumulator = array[--length]; + } + while (length--) { + accumulator = iteratee(accumulator, array[length], length, array); + } + return accumulator; + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `_.some` for arrays without support for iteratee + * shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} [array] The array to iterate over. + * @param {Function} predicate The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if any element passes the predicate check, + * else `false`. + */ + function arraySome(array, predicate) { + var index = -1, + length = array ? array.length : 0; + + while (++index < length) { + if (predicate(array[index], index, array)) { + return true; + } + } + return false; + } + + /** + * Gets the size of an ASCII `string`. + * + * @private + * @param {string} string The string inspect. + * @returns {number} Returns the string size. + */ + var asciiSize = baseProperty('length'); + + /** + * Converts an ASCII `string` to an array. + * + * @private + * @param {string} string The string to convert. + * @returns {Array} Returns the converted array. + */ + function asciiToArray(string) { + return string.split(''); + } + + /** + * Splits an ASCII `string` into an array of its words. + * + * @private + * @param {string} The string to inspect. + * @returns {Array} Returns the words of `string`. + */ + function asciiWords(string) { + return string.match(reAsciiWord) || []; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of methods like `_.findKey` and `_.findLastKey`, + * without support for iteratee shorthands, which iterates over `collection` + * using `eachFunc`. + * + * @private + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to inspect. + * @param {Function} predicate The function invoked per iteration. + * @param {Function} eachFunc The function to iterate over `collection`. + * @returns {*} Returns the found element or its key, else `undefined`. + */ + function baseFindKey(collection, predicate, eachFunc) { + var result; + eachFunc(collection, function(value, key, collection) { + if (predicate(value, key, collection)) { + result = key; + return false; + } + }); + return result; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.findIndex` and `_.findLastIndex` without + * support for iteratee shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to inspect. + * @param {Function} predicate The function invoked per iteration. + * @param {number} fromIndex The index to search from. + * @param {boolean} [fromRight] Specify iterating from right to left. + * @returns {number} Returns the index of the matched value, else `-1`. + */ + function baseFindIndex(array, predicate, fromIndex, fromRight) { + var length = array.length, + index = fromIndex + (fromRight ? 1 : -1); + + while ((fromRight ? index-- : ++index < length)) { + if (predicate(array[index], index, array)) { + return index; + } + } + return -1; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.indexOf` without `fromIndex` bounds checks. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to inspect. + * @param {*} value The value to search for. + * @param {number} fromIndex The index to search from. + * @returns {number} Returns the index of the matched value, else `-1`. + */ + function baseIndexOf(array, value, fromIndex) { + return value === value + ? strictIndexOf(array, value, fromIndex) + : baseFindIndex(array, baseIsNaN, fromIndex); + } + + /** + * This function is like `baseIndexOf` except that it accepts a comparator. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to inspect. + * @param {*} value The value to search for. + * @param {number} fromIndex The index to search from. + * @param {Function} comparator The comparator invoked per element. + * @returns {number} Returns the index of the matched value, else `-1`. + */ + function baseIndexOfWith(array, value, fromIndex, comparator) { + var index = fromIndex - 1, + length = array.length; + + while (++index < length) { + if (comparator(array[index], value)) { + return index; + } + } + return -1; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.isNaN` without support for number objects. + * + * @private + * @param {*} value The value to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if `value` is `NaN`, else `false`. + */ + function baseIsNaN(value) { + return value !== value; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.mean` and `_.meanBy` without support for + * iteratee shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to iterate over. + * @param {Function} iteratee The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {number} Returns the mean. + */ + function baseMean(array, iteratee) { + var length = array ? array.length : 0; + return length ? (baseSum(array, iteratee) / length) : NAN; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.property` without support for deep paths. + * + * @private + * @param {string} key The key of the property to get. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new accessor function. + */ + function baseProperty(key) { + return function(object) { + return object == null ? undefined : object[key]; + }; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.propertyOf` without support for deep paths. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to query. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new accessor function. + */ + function basePropertyOf(object) { + return function(key) { + return object == null ? undefined : object[key]; + }; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.reduce` and `_.reduceRight`, without support + * for iteratee shorthands, which iterates over `collection` using `eachFunc`. + * + * @private + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to iterate over. + * @param {Function} iteratee The function invoked per iteration. + * @param {*} accumulator The initial value. + * @param {boolean} initAccum Specify using the first or last element of + * `collection` as the initial value. + * @param {Function} eachFunc The function to iterate over `collection`. + * @returns {*} Returns the accumulated value. + */ + function baseReduce(collection, iteratee, accumulator, initAccum, eachFunc) { + eachFunc(collection, function(value, index, collection) { + accumulator = initAccum + ? (initAccum = false, value) + : iteratee(accumulator, value, index, collection); + }); + return accumulator; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.sortBy` which uses `comparer` to define the + * sort order of `array` and replaces criteria objects with their corresponding + * values. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to sort. + * @param {Function} comparer The function to define sort order. + * @returns {Array} Returns `array`. + */ + function baseSortBy(array, comparer) { + var length = array.length; + + array.sort(comparer); + while (length--) { + array[length] = array[length].value; + } + return array; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.sum` and `_.sumBy` without support for + * iteratee shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to iterate over. + * @param {Function} iteratee The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {number} Returns the sum. + */ + function baseSum(array, iteratee) { + var result, + index = -1, + length = array.length; + + while (++index < length) { + var current = iteratee(array[index]); + if (current !== undefined) { + result = result === undefined ? current : (result + current); + } + } + return result; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.times` without support for iteratee shorthands + * or max array length checks. + * + * @private + * @param {number} n The number of times to invoke `iteratee`. + * @param {Function} iteratee The function invoked per iteration. + * @returns {Array} Returns the array of results. + */ + function baseTimes(n, iteratee) { + var index = -1, + result = Array(n); + + while (++index < n) { + result[index] = iteratee(index); + } + return result; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.toPairs` and `_.toPairsIn` which creates an array + * of key-value pairs for `object` corresponding to the property names of `props`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to query. + * @param {Array} props The property names to get values for. + * @returns {Object} Returns the key-value pairs. + */ + function baseToPairs(object, props) { + return arrayMap(props, function(key) { + return [key, object[key]]; + }); + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.unary` without support for storing metadata. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} func The function to cap arguments for. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new capped function. + */ + function baseUnary(func) { + return function(value) { + return func(value); + }; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.values` and `_.valuesIn` which creates an + * array of `object` property values corresponding to the property names + * of `props`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to query. + * @param {Array} props The property names to get values for. + * @returns {Object} Returns the array of property values. + */ + function baseValues(object, props) { + return arrayMap(props, function(key) { + return object[key]; + }); + } + + /** + * Checks if a `cache` value for `key` exists. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} cache The cache to query. + * @param {string} key The key of the entry to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if an entry for `key` exists, else `false`. + */ + function cacheHas(cache, key) { + return cache.has(key); + } + + /** + * Used by `_.trim` and `_.trimStart` to get the index of the first string symbol + * that is not found in the character symbols. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} strSymbols The string symbols to inspect. + * @param {Array} chrSymbols The character symbols to find. + * @returns {number} Returns the index of the first unmatched string symbol. + */ + function charsStartIndex(strSymbols, chrSymbols) { + var index = -1, + length = strSymbols.length; + + while (++index < length && baseIndexOf(chrSymbols, strSymbols[index], 0) > -1) {} + return index; + } + + /** + * Used by `_.trim` and `_.trimEnd` to get the index of the last string symbol + * that is not found in the character symbols. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} strSymbols The string symbols to inspect. + * @param {Array} chrSymbols The character symbols to find. + * @returns {number} Returns the index of the last unmatched string symbol. + */ + function charsEndIndex(strSymbols, chrSymbols) { + var index = strSymbols.length; + + while (index-- && baseIndexOf(chrSymbols, strSymbols[index], 0) > -1) {} + return index; + } + + /** + * Gets the number of `placeholder` occurrences in `array`. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to inspect. + * @param {*} placeholder The placeholder to search for. + * @returns {number} Returns the placeholder count. + */ + function countHolders(array, placeholder) { + var length = array.length, + result = 0; + + while (length--) { + if (array[length] === placeholder) { + ++result; + } + } + return result; + } + + /** + * Used by `_.deburr` to convert Latin-1 Supplement and Latin Extended-A + * letters to basic Latin letters. + * + * @private + * @param {string} letter The matched letter to deburr. + * @returns {string} Returns the deburred letter. + */ + var deburrLetter = basePropertyOf(deburredLetters); + + /** + * Used by `_.escape` to convert characters to HTML entities. + * + * @private + * @param {string} chr The matched character to escape. + * @returns {string} Returns the escaped character. + */ + var escapeHtmlChar = basePropertyOf(htmlEscapes); + + /** + * Used by `_.template` to escape characters for inclusion in compiled string literals. + * + * @private + * @param {string} chr The matched character to escape. + * @returns {string} Returns the escaped character. + */ + function escapeStringChar(chr) { + return '\\' + stringEscapes[chr]; + } + + /** + * Gets the value at `key` of `object`. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} [object] The object to query. + * @param {string} key The key of the property to get. + * @returns {*} Returns the property value. + */ + function getValue(object, key) { + return object == null ? undefined : object[key]; + } + + /** + * Checks if `string` contains Unicode symbols. + * + * @private + * @param {string} string The string to inspect. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if a symbol is found, else `false`. + */ + function hasUnicode(string) { + return reHasUnicode.test(string); + } + + /** + * Checks if `string` contains a word composed of Unicode symbols. + * + * @private + * @param {string} string The string to inspect. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if a word is found, else `false`. + */ + function hasUnicodeWord(string) { + return reHasUnicodeWord.test(string); + } + + /** + * Converts `iterator` to an array. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} iterator The iterator to convert. + * @returns {Array} Returns the converted array. + */ + function iteratorToArray(iterator) { + var data, + result = []; + + while (!(data = iterator.next()).done) { + result.push(data.value); + } + return result; + } + + /** + * Converts `map` to its key-value pairs. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} map The map to convert. + * @returns {Array} Returns the key-value pairs. + */ + function mapToArray(map) { + var index = -1, + result = Array(map.size); + + map.forEach(function(value, key) { + result[++index] = [key, value]; + }); + return result; + } + + /** + * Creates a unary function that invokes `func` with its argument transformed. + * + * @private + * @param {Function} func The function to wrap. + * @param {Function} transform The argument transform. + * @returns {Function} Returns the new function. + */ + function overArg(func, transform) { + return function(arg) { + return func(transform(arg)); + }; + } + + /** + * Replaces all `placeholder` elements in `array` with an internal placeholder + * and returns an array of their indexes. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to modify. + * @param {*} placeholder The placeholder to replace. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new array of placeholder indexes. + */ + function replaceHolders(array, placeholder) { + var index = -1, + length = array.length, + resIndex = 0, + result = []; + + while (++index < length) { + var value = array[index]; + if (value === placeholder || value === PLACEHOLDER) { + array[index] = PLACEHOLDER; + result[resIndex++] = index; + } + } + return result; + } + + /** + * Converts `set` to an array of its values. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} set The set to convert. + * @returns {Array} Returns the values. + */ + function setToArray(set) { + var index = -1, + result = Array(set.size); + + set.forEach(function(value) { + result[++index] = value; + }); + return result; + } + + /** + * Converts `set` to its value-value pairs. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} set The set to convert. + * @returns {Array} Returns the value-value pairs. + */ + function setToPairs(set) { + var index = -1, + result = Array(set.size); + + set.forEach(function(value) { + result[++index] = [value, value]; + }); + return result; + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `_.indexOf` which performs strict equality + * comparisons of values, i.e. `===`. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to inspect. + * @param {*} value The value to search for. + * @param {number} fromIndex The index to search from. + * @returns {number} Returns the index of the matched value, else `-1`. + */ + function strictIndexOf(array, value, fromIndex) { + var index = fromIndex - 1, + length = array.length; + + while (++index < length) { + if (array[index] === value) { + return index; + } + } + return -1; + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `_.lastIndexOf` which performs strict equality + * comparisons of values, i.e. `===`. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to inspect. + * @param {*} value The value to search for. + * @param {number} fromIndex The index to search from. + * @returns {number} Returns the index of the matched value, else `-1`. + */ + function strictLastIndexOf(array, value, fromIndex) { + var index = fromIndex + 1; + while (index--) { + if (array[index] === value) { + return index; + } + } + return index; + } + + /** + * Gets the number of symbols in `string`. + * + * @private + * @param {string} string The string to inspect. + * @returns {number} Returns the string size. + */ + function stringSize(string) { + return hasUnicode(string) + ? unicodeSize(string) + : asciiSize(string); + } + + /** + * Converts `string` to an array. + * + * @private + * @param {string} string The string to convert. + * @returns {Array} Returns the converted array. + */ + function stringToArray(string) { + return hasUnicode(string) + ? unicodeToArray(string) + : asciiToArray(string); + } + + /** + * Used by `_.unescape` to convert HTML entities to characters. + * + * @private + * @param {string} chr The matched character to unescape. + * @returns {string} Returns the unescaped character. + */ + var unescapeHtmlChar = basePropertyOf(htmlUnescapes); + + /** + * Gets the size of a Unicode `string`. + * + * @private + * @param {string} string The string inspect. + * @returns {number} Returns the string size. + */ + function unicodeSize(string) { + var result = reUnicode.lastIndex = 0; + while (reUnicode.test(string)) { + ++result; + } + return result; + } + + /** + * Converts a Unicode `string` to an array. + * + * @private + * @param {string} string The string to convert. + * @returns {Array} Returns the converted array. + */ + function unicodeToArray(string) { + return string.match(reUnicode) || []; + } + + /** + * Splits a Unicode `string` into an array of its words. + * + * @private + * @param {string} The string to inspect. + * @returns {Array} Returns the words of `string`. + */ + function unicodeWords(string) { + return string.match(reUnicodeWord) || []; + } + + /*--------------------------------------------------------------------------*/ + + /** + * Create a new pristine `lodash` function using the `context` object. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @since 1.1.0 + * @category Util + * @param {Object} [context=root] The context object. + * @returns {Function} Returns a new `lodash` function. + * @example + * + * _.mixin({ 'foo': _.constant('foo') }); + * + * var lodash = _.runInContext(); + * lodash.mixin({ 'bar': lodash.constant('bar') }); + * + * _.isFunction(_.foo); + * // => true + * _.isFunction(_.bar); + * // => false + * + * lodash.isFunction(lodash.foo); + * // => false + * lodash.isFunction(lodash.bar); + * // => true + * + * // Create a suped-up `defer` in Node.js. + * var defer = _.runInContext({ 'setTimeout': setImmediate }).defer; + */ + function runInContext(context) { + context = context ? _.defaults(root.Object(), context, _.pick(root, contextProps)) : root; + + /** Built-in constructor references. */ + var Array = context.Array, + Date = context.Date, + Error = context.Error, + Function = context.Function, + Math = context.Math, + Object = context.Object, + RegExp = context.RegExp, + String = context.String, + TypeError = context.TypeError; + + /** Used for built-in method references. */ + var arrayProto = Array.prototype, + funcProto = Function.prototype, + objectProto = Object.prototype; + + /** Used to detect overreaching core-js shims. */ + var coreJsData = context['__core-js_shared__']; + + /** Used to detect methods masquerading as native. */ + var maskSrcKey = (function() { + var uid = /[^.]+$/.exec(coreJsData && coreJsData.keys && coreJsData.keys.IE_PROTO || ''); + return uid ? ('Symbol(src)_1.' + uid) : ''; + }()); + + /** Used to resolve the decompiled source of functions. */ + var funcToString = funcProto.toString; + + /** Used to check objects for own properties. */ + var hasOwnProperty = objectProto.hasOwnProperty; + + /** Used to generate unique IDs. */ + var idCounter = 0; + + /** Used to infer the `Object` constructor. */ + var objectCtorString = funcToString.call(Object); + + /** + * Used to resolve the + * [`toStringTag`](http://ecma-international.org/ecma-262/7.0/#sec-object.prototype.tostring) + * of values. + */ + var objectToString = objectProto.toString; + + /** Used to restore the original `_` reference in `_.noConflict`. */ + var oldDash = root._; + + /** Used to detect if a method is native. */ + var reIsNative = RegExp('^' + + funcToString.call(hasOwnProperty).replace(reRegExpChar, '\\$&') + .replace(/hasOwnProperty|(function).*?(?=\\\()| for .+?(?=\\\])/g, '$1.*?') + '$' + ); + + /** Built-in value references. */ + var Buffer = moduleExports ? context.Buffer : undefined, + Symbol = context.Symbol, + Uint8Array = context.Uint8Array, + defineProperty = Object.defineProperty, + getPrototype = overArg(Object.getPrototypeOf, Object), + iteratorSymbol = Symbol ? Symbol.iterator : undefined, + objectCreate = Object.create, + propertyIsEnumerable = objectProto.propertyIsEnumerable, + splice = arrayProto.splice, + spreadableSymbol = Symbol ? Symbol.isConcatSpreadable : undefined; + + /** Mocked built-ins. */ + var ctxClearTimeout = context.clearTimeout !== root.clearTimeout && context.clearTimeout, + ctxNow = Date && Date.now !== root.Date.now && Date.now, + ctxSetTimeout = context.setTimeout !== root.setTimeout && context.setTimeout; + + /* Built-in method references for those with the same name as other `lodash` methods. */ + var nativeCeil = Math.ceil, + nativeFloor = Math.floor, + nativeGetSymbols = Object.getOwnPropertySymbols, + nativeIsBuffer = Buffer ? Buffer.isBuffer : undefined, + nativeIsFinite = context.isFinite, + nativeJoin = arrayProto.join, + nativeKeys = overArg(Object.keys, Object), + nativeMax = Math.max, + nativeMin = Math.min, + nativeNow = Date.now, + nativeParseInt = context.parseInt, + nativeRandom = Math.random, + nativeReverse = arrayProto.reverse; + + /* Built-in method references that are verified to be native. */ + var DataView = getNative(context, 'DataView'), + Map = getNative(context, 'Map'), + Promise = getNative(context, 'Promise'), + Set = getNative(context, 'Set'), + WeakMap = getNative(context, 'WeakMap'), + nativeCreate = getNative(Object, 'create'), + nativeDefineProperty = getNative(Object, 'defineProperty'); + + /** Used to store function metadata. */ + var metaMap = WeakMap && new WeakMap; + + /** Used to lookup unminified function names. */ + var realNames = {}; + + /** Used to detect maps, sets, and weakmaps. */ + var dataViewCtorString = toSource(DataView), + mapCtorString = toSource(Map), + promiseCtorString = toSource(Promise), + setCtorString = toSource(Set), + weakMapCtorString = toSource(WeakMap); + + /** Used to convert symbols to primitives and strings. */ + var symbolProto = Symbol ? Symbol.prototype : undefined, + symbolValueOf = symbolProto ? symbolProto.valueOf : undefined, + symbolToString = symbolProto ? symbolProto.toString : undefined; + + /*------------------------------------------------------------------------*/ + + /** + * Creates a `lodash` object which wraps `value` to enable implicit method + * chain sequences. Methods that operate on and return arrays, collections, + * and functions can be chained together. Methods that retrieve a single value + * or may return a primitive value will automatically end the chain sequence + * and return the unwrapped value. Otherwise, the value must be unwrapped + * with `_#value`. + * + * Explicit chain sequences, which must be unwrapped with `_#value`, may be + * enabled using `_.chain`. + * + * The execution of chained methods is lazy, that is, it's deferred until + * `_#value` is implicitly or explicitly called. + * + * Lazy evaluation allows several methods to support shortcut fusion. + * Shortcut fusion is an optimization to merge iteratee calls; this avoids + * the creation of intermediate arrays and can greatly reduce the number of + * iteratee executions. Sections of a chain sequence qualify for shortcut + * fusion if the section is applied to an array of at least `200` elements + * and any iteratees accept only one argument. The heuristic for whether a + * section qualifies for shortcut fusion is subject to change. + * + * Chaining is supported in custom builds as long as the `_#value` method is + * directly or indirectly included in the build. + * + * In addition to lodash methods, wrappers have `Array` and `String` methods. + * + * The wrapper `Array` methods are: + * `concat`, `join`, `pop`, `push`, `shift`, `sort`, `splice`, and `unshift` + * + * The wrapper `String` methods are: + * `replace` and `split` + * + * The wrapper methods that support shortcut fusion are: + * `at`, `compact`, `drop`, `dropRight`, `dropWhile`, `filter`, `find`, + * `findLast`, `head`, `initial`, `last`, `map`, `reject`, `reverse`, `slice`, + * `tail`, `take`, `takeRight`, `takeRightWhile`, `takeWhile`, and `toArray` + * + * The chainable wrapper methods are: + * `after`, `ary`, `assign`, `assignIn`, `assignInWith`, `assignWith`, `at`, + * `before`, `bind`, `bindAll`, `bindKey`, `castArray`, `chain`, `chunk`, + * `commit`, `compact`, `concat`, `conforms`, `constant`, `countBy`, `create`, + * `curry`, `debounce`, `defaults`, `defaultsDeep`, `defer`, `delay`, + * `difference`, `differenceBy`, `differenceWith`, `drop`, `dropRight`, + * `dropRightWhile`, `dropWhile`, `extend`, `extendWith`, `fill`, `filter`, + * `flatMap`, `flatMapDeep`, `flatMapDepth`, `flatten`, `flattenDeep`, + * `flattenDepth`, `flip`, `flow`, `flowRight`, `fromPairs`, `functions`, + * `functionsIn`, `groupBy`, `initial`, `intersection`, `intersectionBy`, + * `intersectionWith`, `invert`, `invertBy`, `invokeMap`, `iteratee`, `keyBy`, + * `keys`, `keysIn`, `map`, `mapKeys`, `mapValues`, `matches`, `matchesProperty`, + * `memoize`, `merge`, `mergeWith`, `method`, `methodOf`, `mixin`, `negate`, + * `nthArg`, `omit`, `omitBy`, `once`, `orderBy`, `over`, `overArgs`, + * `overEvery`, `overSome`, `partial`, `partialRight`, `partition`, `pick`, + * `pickBy`, `plant`, `property`, `propertyOf`, `pull`, `pullAll`, `pullAllBy`, + * `pullAllWith`, `pullAt`, `push`, `range`, `rangeRight`, `rearg`, `reject`, + * `remove`, `rest`, `reverse`, `sampleSize`, `set`, `setWith`, `shuffle`, + * `slice`, `sort`, `sortBy`, `splice`, `spread`, `tail`, `take`, `takeRight`, + * `takeRightWhile`, `takeWhile`, `tap`, `throttle`, `thru`, `toArray`, + * `toPairs`, `toPairsIn`, `toPath`, `toPlainObject`, `transform`, `unary`, + * `union`, `unionBy`, `unionWith`, `uniq`, `uniqBy`, `uniqWith`, `unset`, + * `unshift`, `unzip`, `unzipWith`, `update`, `updateWith`, `values`, + * `valuesIn`, `without`, `wrap`, `xor`, `xorBy`, `xorWith`, `zip`, + * `zipObject`, `zipObjectDeep`, and `zipWith` + * + * The wrapper methods that are **not** chainable by default are: + * `add`, `attempt`, `camelCase`, `capitalize`, `ceil`, `clamp`, `clone`, + * `cloneDeep`, `cloneDeepWith`, `cloneWith`, `conformsTo`, `deburr`, + * `defaultTo`, `divide`, `each`, `eachRight`, `endsWith`, `eq`, `escape`, + * `escapeRegExp`, `every`, `find`, `findIndex`, `findKey`, `findLast`, + * `findLastIndex`, `findLastKey`, `first`, `floor`, `forEach`, `forEachRight`, + * `forIn`, `forInRight`, `forOwn`, `forOwnRight`, `get`, `gt`, `gte`, `has`, + * `hasIn`, `head`, `identity`, `includes`, `indexOf`, `inRange`, `invoke`, + * `isArguments`, `isArray`, `isArrayBuffer`, `isArrayLike`, `isArrayLikeObject`, + * `isBoolean`, `isBuffer`, `isDate`, `isElement`, `isEmpty`, `isEqual`, + * `isEqualWith`, `isError`, `isFinite`, `isFunction`, `isInteger`, `isLength`, + * `isMap`, `isMatch`, `isMatchWith`, `isNaN`, `isNative`, `isNil`, `isNull`, + * `isNumber`, `isObject`, `isObjectLike`, `isPlainObject`, `isRegExp`, + * `isSafeInteger`, `isSet`, `isString`, `isUndefined`, `isTypedArray`, + * `isWeakMap`, `isWeakSet`, `join`, `kebabCase`, `last`, `lastIndexOf`, + * `lowerCase`, `lowerFirst`, `lt`, `lte`, `max`, `maxBy`, `mean`, `meanBy`, + * `min`, `minBy`, `multiply`, `noConflict`, `noop`, `now`, `nth`, `pad`, + * `padEnd`, `padStart`, `parseInt`, `pop`, `random`, `reduce`, `reduceRight`, + * `repeat`, `result`, `round`, `runInContext`, `sample`, `shift`, `size`, + * `snakeCase`, `some`, `sortedIndex`, `sortedIndexBy`, `sortedLastIndex`, + * `sortedLastIndexBy`, `startCase`, `startsWith`, `stubArray`, `stubFalse`, + * `stubObject`, `stubString`, `stubTrue`, `subtract`, `sum`, `sumBy`, + * `template`, `times`, `toFinite`, `toInteger`, `toJSON`, `toLength`, + * `toLower`, `toNumber`, `toSafeInteger`, `toString`, `toUpper`, `trim`, + * `trimEnd`, `trimStart`, `truncate`, `unescape`, `uniqueId`, `upperCase`, + * `upperFirst`, `value`, and `words` + * + * @name _ + * @constructor + * @category Seq + * @param {*} value The value to wrap in a `lodash` instance. + * @returns {Object} Returns the new `lodash` wrapper instance. + * @example + * + * function square(n) { + * return n * n; + * } + * + * var wrapped = _([1, 2, 3]); + * + * // Returns an unwrapped value. + * wrapped.reduce(_.add); + * // => 6 + * + * // Returns a wrapped value. + * var squares = wrapped.map(square); + * + * _.isArray(squares); + * // => false + * + * _.isArray(squares.value()); + * // => true + */ + function lodash(value) { + if (isObjectLike(value) && !isArray(value) && !(value instanceof LazyWrapper)) { + if (value instanceof LodashWrapper) { + return value; + } + if (hasOwnProperty.call(value, '__wrapped__')) { + return wrapperClone(value); + } + } + return new LodashWrapper(value); + } + + /** + * The function whose prototype chain sequence wrappers inherit from. + * + * @private + */ + function baseLodash() { + // No operation performed. + } + + /** + * The base constructor for creating `lodash` wrapper objects. + * + * @private + * @param {*} value The value to wrap. + * @param {boolean} [chainAll] Enable explicit method chain sequences. + */ + function LodashWrapper(value, chainAll) { + this.__wrapped__ = value; + this.__actions__ = []; + this.__chain__ = !!chainAll; + this.__index__ = 0; + this.__values__ = undefined; + } + + /** + * By default, the template delimiters used by lodash are like those in + * embedded Ruby (ERB). Change the following template settings to use + * alternative delimiters. + * + * @static + * @memberOf _ + * @type {Object} + */ + lodash.templateSettings = { + + /** + * Used to detect `data` property values to be HTML-escaped. + * + * @memberOf _.templateSettings + * @type {RegExp} + */ + 'escape': reEscape, + + /** + * Used to detect code to be evaluated. + * + * @memberOf _.templateSettings + * @type {RegExp} + */ + 'evaluate': reEvaluate, + + /** + * Used to detect `data` property values to inject. + * + * @memberOf _.templateSettings + * @type {RegExp} + */ + 'interpolate': reInterpolate, + + /** + * Used to reference the data object in the template text. + * + * @memberOf _.templateSettings + * @type {string} + */ + 'variable': '', + + /** + * Used to import variables into the compiled template. + * + * @memberOf _.templateSettings + * @type {Object} + */ + 'imports': { + + /** + * A reference to the `lodash` function. + * + * @memberOf _.templateSettings.imports + * @type {Function} + */ + '_': lodash + } + }; + + // Ensure wrappers are instances of `baseLodash`. + lodash.prototype = baseLodash.prototype; + lodash.prototype.constructor = lodash; + + LodashWrapper.prototype = baseCreate(baseLodash.prototype); + LodashWrapper.prototype.constructor = LodashWrapper; + + /*------------------------------------------------------------------------*/ + + /** + * Creates a lazy wrapper object which wraps `value` to enable lazy evaluation. + * + * @private + * @constructor + * @param {*} value The value to wrap. + */ + function LazyWrapper(value) { + this.__wrapped__ = value; + this.__actions__ = []; + this.__dir__ = 1; + this.__filtered__ = false; + this.__iteratees__ = []; + this.__takeCount__ = MAX_ARRAY_LENGTH; + this.__views__ = []; + } + + /** + * Creates a clone of the lazy wrapper object. + * + * @private + * @name clone + * @memberOf LazyWrapper + * @returns {Object} Returns the cloned `LazyWrapper` object. + */ + function lazyClone() { + var result = new LazyWrapper(this.__wrapped__); + result.__actions__ = copyArray(this.__actions__); + result.__dir__ = this.__dir__; + result.__filtered__ = this.__filtered__; + result.__iteratees__ = copyArray(this.__iteratees__); + result.__takeCount__ = this.__takeCount__; + result.__views__ = copyArray(this.__views__); + return result; + } + + /** + * Reverses the direction of lazy iteration. + * + * @private + * @name reverse + * @memberOf LazyWrapper + * @returns {Object} Returns the new reversed `LazyWrapper` object. + */ + function lazyReverse() { + if (this.__filtered__) { + var result = new LazyWrapper(this); + result.__dir__ = -1; + result.__filtered__ = true; + } else { + result = this.clone(); + result.__dir__ *= -1; + } + return result; + } + + /** + * Extracts the unwrapped value from its lazy wrapper. + * + * @private + * @name value + * @memberOf LazyWrapper + * @returns {*} Returns the unwrapped value. + */ + function lazyValue() { + var array = this.__wrapped__.value(), + dir = this.__dir__, + isArr = isArray(array), + isRight = dir < 0, + arrLength = isArr ? array.length : 0, + view = getView(0, arrLength, this.__views__), + start = view.start, + end = view.end, + length = end - start, + index = isRight ? end : (start - 1), + iteratees = this.__iteratees__, + iterLength = iteratees.length, + resIndex = 0, + takeCount = nativeMin(length, this.__takeCount__); + + if (!isArr || arrLength < LARGE_ARRAY_SIZE || + (arrLength == length && takeCount == length)) { + return baseWrapperValue(array, this.__actions__); + } + var result = []; + + outer: + while (length-- && resIndex < takeCount) { + index += dir; + + var iterIndex = -1, + value = array[index]; + + while (++iterIndex < iterLength) { + var data = iteratees[iterIndex], + iteratee = data.iteratee, + type = data.type, + computed = iteratee(value); + + if (type == LAZY_MAP_FLAG) { + value = computed; + } else if (!computed) { + if (type == LAZY_FILTER_FLAG) { + continue outer; + } else { + break outer; + } + } + } + result[resIndex++] = value; + } + return result; + } + + // Ensure `LazyWrapper` is an instance of `baseLodash`. + LazyWrapper.prototype = baseCreate(baseLodash.prototype); + LazyWrapper.prototype.constructor = LazyWrapper; + + /*------------------------------------------------------------------------*/ + + /** + * Creates a hash object. + * + * @private + * @constructor + * @param {Array} [entries] The key-value pairs to cache. + */ + function Hash(entries) { + var index = -1, + length = entries ? entries.length : 0; + + this.clear(); + while (++index < length) { + var entry = entries[index]; + this.set(entry[0], entry[1]); + } + } + + /** + * Removes all key-value entries from the hash. + * + * @private + * @name clear + * @memberOf Hash + */ + function hashClear() { + this.__data__ = nativeCreate ? nativeCreate(null) : {}; + this.size = 0; + } + + /** + * Removes `key` and its value from the hash. + * + * @private + * @name delete + * @memberOf Hash + * @param {Object} hash The hash to modify. + * @param {string} key The key of the value to remove. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if the entry was removed, else `false`. + */ + function hashDelete(key) { + var result = this.has(key) && delete this.__data__[key]; + this.size -= result ? 1 : 0; + return result; + } + + /** + * Gets the hash value for `key`. + * + * @private + * @name get + * @memberOf Hash + * @param {string} key The key of the value to get. + * @returns {*} Returns the entry value. + */ + function hashGet(key) { + var data = this.__data__; + if (nativeCreate) { + var result = data[key]; + return result === HASH_UNDEFINED ? undefined : result; + } + return hasOwnProperty.call(data, key) ? data[key] : undefined; + } + + /** + * Checks if a hash value for `key` exists. + * + * @private + * @name has + * @memberOf Hash + * @param {string} key The key of the entry to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if an entry for `key` exists, else `false`. + */ + function hashHas(key) { + var data = this.__data__; + return nativeCreate ? data[key] !== undefined : hasOwnProperty.call(data, key); + } + + /** + * Sets the hash `key` to `value`. + * + * @private + * @name set + * @memberOf Hash + * @param {string} key The key of the value to set. + * @param {*} value The value to set. + * @returns {Object} Returns the hash instance. + */ + function hashSet(key, value) { + var data = this.__data__; + this.size += this.has(key) ? 0 : 1; + data[key] = (nativeCreate && value === undefined) ? HASH_UNDEFINED : value; + return this; + } + + // Add methods to `Hash`. + Hash.prototype.clear = hashClear; + Hash.prototype['delete'] = hashDelete; + Hash.prototype.get = hashGet; + Hash.prototype.has = hashHas; + Hash.prototype.set = hashSet; + + /*------------------------------------------------------------------------*/ + + /** + * Creates an list cache object. + * + * @private + * @constructor + * @param {Array} [entries] The key-value pairs to cache. + */ + function ListCache(entries) { + var index = -1, + length = entries ? entries.length : 0; + + this.clear(); + while (++index < length) { + var entry = entries[index]; + this.set(entry[0], entry[1]); + } + } + + /** + * Removes all key-value entries from the list cache. + * + * @private + * @name clear + * @memberOf ListCache + */ + function listCacheClear() { + this.__data__ = []; + this.size = 0; + } + + /** + * Removes `key` and its value from the list cache. + * + * @private + * @name delete + * @memberOf ListCache + * @param {string} key The key of the value to remove. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if the entry was removed, else `false`. + */ + function listCacheDelete(key) { + var data = this.__data__, + index = assocIndexOf(data, key); + + if (index < 0) { + return false; + } + var lastIndex = data.length - 1; + if (index == lastIndex) { + data.pop(); + } else { + splice.call(data, index, 1); + } + --this.size; + return true; + } + + /** + * Gets the list cache value for `key`. + * + * @private + * @name get + * @memberOf ListCache + * @param {string} key The key of the value to get. + * @returns {*} Returns the entry value. + */ + function listCacheGet(key) { + var data = this.__data__, + index = assocIndexOf(data, key); + + return index < 0 ? undefined : data[index][1]; + } + + /** + * Checks if a list cache value for `key` exists. + * + * @private + * @name has + * @memberOf ListCache + * @param {string} key The key of the entry to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if an entry for `key` exists, else `false`. + */ + function listCacheHas(key) { + return assocIndexOf(this.__data__, key) > -1; + } + + /** + * Sets the list cache `key` to `value`. + * + * @private + * @name set + * @memberOf ListCache + * @param {string} key The key of the value to set. + * @param {*} value The value to set. + * @returns {Object} Returns the list cache instance. + */ + function listCacheSet(key, value) { + var data = this.__data__, + index = assocIndexOf(data, key); + + if (index < 0) { + ++this.size; + data.push([key, value]); + } else { + data[index][1] = value; + } + return this; + } + + // Add methods to `ListCache`. + ListCache.prototype.clear = listCacheClear; + ListCache.prototype['delete'] = listCacheDelete; + ListCache.prototype.get = listCacheGet; + ListCache.prototype.has = listCacheHas; + ListCache.prototype.set = listCacheSet; + + /*------------------------------------------------------------------------*/ + + /** + * Creates a map cache object to store key-value pairs. + * + * @private + * @constructor + * @param {Array} [entries] The key-value pairs to cache. + */ + function MapCache(entries) { + var index = -1, + length = entries ? entries.length : 0; + + this.clear(); + while (++index < length) { + var entry = entries[index]; + this.set(entry[0], entry[1]); + } + } + + /** + * Removes all key-value entries from the map. + * + * @private + * @name clear + * @memberOf MapCache + */ + function mapCacheClear() { + this.size = 0; + this.__data__ = { + 'hash': new Hash, + 'map': new (Map || ListCache), + 'string': new Hash + }; + } + + /** + * Removes `key` and its value from the map. + * + * @private + * @name delete + * @memberOf MapCache + * @param {string} key The key of the value to remove. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if the entry was removed, else `false`. + */ + function mapCacheDelete(key) { + var result = getMapData(this, key)['delete'](key); + this.size -= result ? 1 : 0; + return result; + } + + /** + * Gets the map value for `key`. + * + * @private + * @name get + * @memberOf MapCache + * @param {string} key The key of the value to get. + * @returns {*} Returns the entry value. + */ + function mapCacheGet(key) { + return getMapData(this, key).get(key); + } + + /** + * Checks if a map value for `key` exists. + * + * @private + * @name has + * @memberOf MapCache + * @param {string} key The key of the entry to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if an entry for `key` exists, else `false`. + */ + function mapCacheHas(key) { + return getMapData(this, key).has(key); + } + + /** + * Sets the map `key` to `value`. + * + * @private + * @name set + * @memberOf MapCache + * @param {string} key The key of the value to set. + * @param {*} value The value to set. + * @returns {Object} Returns the map cache instance. + */ + function mapCacheSet(key, value) { + var data = getMapData(this, key), + size = data.size; + + data.set(key, value); + this.size += data.size == size ? 0 : 1; + return this; + } + + // Add methods to `MapCache`. + MapCache.prototype.clear = mapCacheClear; + MapCache.prototype['delete'] = mapCacheDelete; + MapCache.prototype.get = mapCacheGet; + MapCache.prototype.has = mapCacheHas; + MapCache.prototype.set = mapCacheSet; + + /*------------------------------------------------------------------------*/ + + /** + * + * Creates an array cache object to store unique values. + * + * @private + * @constructor + * @param {Array} [values] The values to cache. + */ + function SetCache(values) { + var index = -1, + length = values ? values.length : 0; + + this.__data__ = new MapCache; + while (++index < length) { + this.add(values[index]); + } + } + + /** + * Adds `value` to the array cache. + * + * @private + * @name add + * @memberOf SetCache + * @alias push + * @param {*} value The value to cache. + * @returns {Object} Returns the cache instance. + */ + function setCacheAdd(value) { + this.__data__.set(value, HASH_UNDEFINED); + return this; + } + + /** + * Checks if `value` is in the array cache. + * + * @private + * @name has + * @memberOf SetCache + * @param {*} value The value to search for. + * @returns {number} Returns `true` if `value` is found, else `false`. + */ + function setCacheHas(value) { + return this.__data__.has(value); + } + + // Add methods to `SetCache`. + SetCache.prototype.add = SetCache.prototype.push = setCacheAdd; + SetCache.prototype.has = setCacheHas; + + /*------------------------------------------------------------------------*/ + + /** + * Creates a stack cache object to store key-value pairs. + * + * @private + * @constructor + * @param {Array} [entries] The key-value pairs to cache. + */ + function Stack(entries) { + var data = this.__data__ = new ListCache(entries); + this.size = data.size; + } + + /** + * Removes all key-value entries from the stack. + * + * @private + * @name clear + * @memberOf Stack + */ + function stackClear() { + this.__data__ = new ListCache; + this.size = 0; + } + + /** + * Removes `key` and its value from the stack. + * + * @private + * @name delete + * @memberOf Stack + * @param {string} key The key of the value to remove. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if the entry was removed, else `false`. + */ + function stackDelete(key) { + var data = this.__data__, + result = data['delete'](key); + + this.size = data.size; + return result; + } + + /** + * Gets the stack value for `key`. + * + * @private + * @name get + * @memberOf Stack + * @param {string} key The key of the value to get. + * @returns {*} Returns the entry value. + */ + function stackGet(key) { + return this.__data__.get(key); + } + + /** + * Checks if a stack value for `key` exists. + * + * @private + * @name has + * @memberOf Stack + * @param {string} key The key of the entry to check. + * @returns {boolean} Returns `true` if an entry for `key` exists, else `false`. + */ + function stackHas(key) { + return this.__data__.has(key); + } + + /** + * Sets the stack `key` to `value`. + * + * @private + * @name set + * @memberOf Stack + * @param {string} key The key of the value to set. + * @param {*} value The value to set. + * @returns {Object} Returns the stack cache instance. + */ + function stackSet(key, value) { + var data = this.__data__; + if (data instanceof ListCache) { + var pairs = data.__data__; + if (!Map || (pairs.length < LARGE_ARRAY_SIZE - 1)) { + pairs.push([key, value]); + this.size = ++data.size; + return this; + } + data = this.__data__ = new MapCache(pairs); + } + data.set(key, value); + this.size = data.size; + return this; + } + + // Add methods to `Stack`. + Stack.prototype.clear = stackClear; + Stack.prototype['delete'] = stackDelete; + Stack.prototype.get = stackGet; + Stack.prototype.has = stackHas; + Stack.prototype.set = stackSet; + + /*------------------------------------------------------------------------*/ + + /** + * Creates an array of the enumerable property names of the array-like `value`. + * + * @private + * @param {*} value The value to query. + * @param {boolean} inherited Specify returning inherited property names. + * @returns {Array} Returns the array of property names. + */ + function arrayLikeKeys(value, inherited) { + // Safari 8.1 makes `arguments.callee` enumerable in strict mode. + // Safari 9 makes `arguments.length` enumerable in strict mode. + var result = (isArray(value) || isArguments(value)) + ? baseTimes(value.length, String) + : []; + + var length = result.length, + skipIndexes = !!length; + + for (var key in value) { + if ((inherited || hasOwnProperty.call(value, key)) && + !(skipIndexes && (key == 'length' || isIndex(key, length)))) { + result.push(key); + } + } + return result; + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `_.sample` for arrays without support for iteratee + * shorthands. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to sample. + * @returns {*} Returns the random element. + */ + function arraySample(array) { + var length = array.length; + return length ? array[baseRandom(0, length - 1)] : undefined; + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `_.sampleSize` for arrays. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to sample. + * @param {number} n The number of elements to sample. + * @returns {Array} Returns the random elements. + */ + function arraySampleSize(array, n) { + var result = arrayShuffle(array); + result.length = baseClamp(n, 0, result.length); + return result; + } + + /** + * A specialized version of `_.shuffle` for arrays. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to shuffle. + * @returns {Array} Returns the new shuffled array. + */ + function arrayShuffle(array) { + return shuffleSelf(copyArray(array)); + } + + /** + * Used by `_.defaults` to customize its `_.assignIn` use. + * + * @private + * @param {*} objValue The destination value. + * @param {*} srcValue The source value. + * @param {string} key The key of the property to assign. + * @param {Object} object The parent object of `objValue`. + * @returns {*} Returns the value to assign. + */ + function assignInDefaults(objValue, srcValue, key, object) { + if (objValue === undefined || + (eq(objValue, objectProto[key]) && !hasOwnProperty.call(object, key))) { + return srcValue; + } + return objValue; + } + + /** + * This function is like `assignValue` except that it doesn't assign + * `undefined` values. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to modify. + * @param {string} key The key of the property to assign. + * @param {*} value The value to assign. + */ + function assignMergeValue(object, key, value) { + if ((value !== undefined && !eq(object[key], value)) || + (typeof key == 'number' && value === undefined && !(key in object))) { + baseAssignValue(object, key, value); + } + } + + /** + * Assigns `value` to `key` of `object` if the existing value is not equivalent + * using [`SameValueZero`](http://ecma-international.org/ecma-262/7.0/#sec-samevaluezero) + * for equality comparisons. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to modify. + * @param {string} key The key of the property to assign. + * @param {*} value The value to assign. + */ + function assignValue(object, key, value) { + var objValue = object[key]; + if (!(hasOwnProperty.call(object, key) && eq(objValue, value)) || + (value === undefined && !(key in object))) { + baseAssignValue(object, key, value); + } + } + + /** + * Gets the index at which the `key` is found in `array` of key-value pairs. + * + * @private + * @param {Array} array The array to inspect. + * @param {*} key The key to search for. + * @returns {number} Returns the index of the matched value, else `-1`. + */ + function assocIndexOf(array, key) { + var length = array.length; + while (length--) { + if (eq(array[length][0], key)) { + return length; + } + } + return -1; + } + + /** + * Aggregates elements of `collection` on `accumulator` with keys transformed + * by `iteratee` and values set by `setter`. + * + * @private + * @param {Array|Object} collection The collection to iterate over. + * @param {Function} setter The function to set `accumulator` values. + * @param {Function} iteratee The iteratee to transform keys. + * @param {Object} accumulator The initial aggregated object. + * @returns {Function} Returns `accumulator`. + */ + function baseAggregator(collection, setter, iteratee, accumulator) { + baseEach(collection, function(value, key, collection) { + setter(accumulator, value, iteratee(value), collection); + }); + return accumulator; + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.assign` without support for multiple sources + * or `customizer` functions. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The destination object. + * @param {Object} source The source object. + * @returns {Object} Returns `object`. + */ + function baseAssign(object, source) { + return object && copyObject(source, keys(source), object); + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `assignValue` and `assignMergeValue` without + * value checks. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to modify. + * @param {string} key The key of the property to assign. + * @param {*} value The value to assign. + */ + function baseAssignValue(object, key, value) { + if (key == '__proto__' && defineProperty) { + defineProperty(object, key, { + 'configurable': true, + 'enumerable': true, + 'value': value, + 'writable': true + }); + } else { + object[key] = value; + } + } + + /** + * The base implementation of `_.at` without support for individual paths. + * + * @private + * @param {Object} object The object to iterate over. + * @param {string[]} paths The property paths of elements to pick. + * @returns {Array} Returns the picked elements. + */ + function baseAt(object, paths) { + var index = -1, + isNil = object == null, + length = paths.length, + result = Array(length); + + while (++index < length) { + result[index] = isNil ? undefined : get(object, paths[index]); + } + return result; +