Combines a list of arrays, returning a single array with unique values, using strict equality for comparisons.
Install with npm:
$ npm i arr-union --save
This library is 10-20 times faster and more performant than array-union.
See the benchmarks.
#1: five-arraysarray-union x 511,121 ops/sec ±0.80%arr-union x 5,716,039 ops/sec ±0.86%#2: ten-arraysarray-union x 245,196 ops/sec ±0.69%arr-union x 1,850,786 ops/sec ±0.84%#3: two-arraysarray-union x 563,869 ops/sec ±0.97%arr-union x 9,602,852 ops/sec ±0.87%
var union = ;;//=> ['a', 'b', 'c', 'd', 'e', 'f']
Returns only unique elements:
;//=> ['a', 'b', 'c']
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- arr-reduce: Fast array reduce that also loops over sparse elements. | homepage
- array-unique: Return an array free of duplicate values. Fastest ES5 implementation. | homepage
Pull requests and stars are always welcome. For bugs and feature requests, please create an issue.
Generate readme and API documentation with verb:
$ npm i verb && npm run docs
Or, if verb is installed globally:
Install dev dependencies:
$ npm i -d && npm test
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