1.1.0 • Published 1 year ago

@blakek/partition v1.1.0

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partition

🗂 Partition an array or other iterable into two or more parts

partition() is like [].filter() except you get the true and false results as separate arrays.

partitionMap() is like partition(), but instead of true/false, results are grouped by the return value of the passed function.

Install

Using Yarn:

$ yarn add @blakek/partition

…or using npm:

$ npm i --save @blakek/partition

Usage

import { partition, partitionMap } from '@blakek/partition';

const isEven = n => n % 2 === 0;

const [even, odd] = partition([1, 2, 3, 4, 5], isEven);

console.log(even); //» [2, 4]
console.log(odd); //» [1, 3, 5]

const scores = [
  { initials: 'ABC', score: 125 },
  { initials: 'CBK', score: 920 },
  { initials: 'ABC', score: 123 },
  { initials: 'CBD', score: 420 },
  { initials: 'CBK', score: 1000 }
];

partitionMap(scores, x => x.initials);
//» Map {
//»   'ABC' => [ { initials: 'ABC', score: 125 }, { initials: 'ABC', score: 123 } ],
//»   'CBK' => [ { initials: 'CBK', score: 920 }, { initials: 'CBK', score: 1000 } ],
//»   'CBD' => [ { initials: 'CBD', score: 420 } ]
//» }

API

partition

function partition<T>(
  iterable: Iterable<T>,
  partitionFunction: (value?: T, index?: number, array?: T[]) => boolean
): [T[], T[]];

Splits an array into two parts: those where the partition function was truthy, and those where it was falsy.

partitionMap

function partitionMap<T, U>(
  iterable: Iterable<T>,
  partitionFunction: (value?: T, index?: number, array?: T[]) => U
): Map<U, T[]>;

Creates a Map from the returns of the partition function.

partitionMap([1, 2, 3, 4, 5], n => n % 2 == 0);
//» Map(2) { false => [ 1, 3, 5 ], true => [ 2, 4 ] }

const name = n => {
  if (n < 3) return 'small';
  if (n < 7) return 'medium';
  return 'large';
};

partitionMap(new Set([1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8]), n => name(n));
//» Map(3) {
//»   'small' => [ 1, 2 ],
//»   'medium' => [ 3, 4, 5, 6 ],
//»   'large' => [ 7, 8 ]
//» }

Contributing

Node.js and Yarn are required to work with this project.

To install all dependencies, run:

yarn

Useful Commands

yarn buildBuilds the project to ./dist
yarn formatFormat the source following the Prettier styles
yarn testRun project tests
yarn test --watchRun project tests, watching for file changes

License

MIT

1.1.0

1 year ago

1.0.0

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