Maybe length is the wrong term, but it's perfectly reasonable to define an object's size the way it's done in this post.
Thanks for chiming in Daniel! Now I can see why Lodash chose size instead of length 😅
Clarifying meaning isn't pedantic.
Using size and capacity instead of length on data structures with dynamic lengths was done before JS.
There was probably a discussion somewhere, where they argued for/against both.
Python implements len() as a function with the magic method __len__ precisely to have one consistent way of retrieving an intuitive "length".
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