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re: 1 Simple Trick to Boost Performance Using Reduce VIEW POST

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re: The readability issue here, is that map, filter, and reduce communicate an intent. When you read map, you know that it takes an array, maps each el...

For sure, I think one of the main concepts we as developers should apply is expressiveness, the how-to implementation should be hidden in its own function or method or chunk of code. For example, in this case, you can create a function called mapFilter and you could implement it whatever you like, with a for, a reduce, composing a map and filter (I personally would choose this one) and the caller is benefices when using the function which has a name that represents the intention.

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