Object Entries

Return an array of an object's own and inherited enumerable property key-value pairs.

Usage

var objectEntriesIn = require( '@stdlib/utils/entries-in' );

objectEntriesIn( obj )

Returns an array of an object's own and inherited enumerable property [key, value] pairs.

function Foo() {
    this.a = 1;
    return this;
}

Foo.prototype.b = 2;

var obj = new Foo();

var entries = objectEntriesIn( obj );
// e.g., returns [ ['a', 1], ['b', 2] ]

Notes

  • Entry order is not guaranteed, as object key enumeration is not specified according to the ECMAScript specification. In practice, however, most engines use insertion order to sort an object's keys, thus allowing for deterministic return values.

Examples

var objectEntriesIn = require( '@stdlib/utils/entries-in' );

function Foo() {
    this.beep = 'boop';
    this.a = {
        'b': 'c'
    };
    return this;
}

Foo.prototype.foo = [ 'bar' ];

var obj = new Foo();
var entries = objectEntriesIn( obj );

console.log( entries );
// e.g., => [ ['beep', 'boop'], ['a', {'b':'c'}], ['foo', [ 'bar' ]] ]