how to use the assigninwith function from the lodash library in typescript

To use the assigninWith function from the lodash library in TypeScript, you need to install the library and import the function into your TypeScript file.

Here's an example of how to use assigninWith function in TypeScript:

import { assignInWith } from 'lodash';

// Define your input object and customizer function.
const object = {
  a: 1,
  b: 2

// A customizer function.
function customizer(objValue: any, srcValue: any, key: string | number | symbol) {
  return objValue === undefined ? srcValue : objValue;

// Call the 'assigninWith' function and log the output.
const result = assignInWith(object, { b: 3 }, customizer);
// Output: { a: 1, b: 3 }
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In the example above, we first imported the assignInWith function from the lodash library using the ES6 import statement. After importing, we defined an input object (object), a customizer function (customizer) to resolve conflicts between the input objects, and called the assignInWith function with these parameters.

Finally, we logged the result to the console. The output is { a: 1, b: 3 }, which indicates that the function merged the two objects, giving priority to the b property of the second object and using the customizer function to resolve conflicts.

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