10 examples of 'angular check if object is empty' in JavaScript

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2export function isObjectEmpty(object) {
3 for (const key in object) {
4 return false;
5 }
6 return true;
7}
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245function isObjectEmpty (object) {
246 if (typeof object !== 'object') return false
247 if (Object.keys(object).length === 0) return true
248 return false
249}
45export function isObjectEmpty(object) {
46 if (Object.keys(object).length === 0) {
47 return true;
48 }
49 return false;
50}
13export function isObjectEmpty(object) {
14 if (object) {
15 const keys = Object.keys(object);
16 return keys.length === 0;
17 }
18 return true;
19}
44function isObjectEmpty(obj) {
45 for (var key in obj) {
46 if (obj.hasOwnProperty(key)) {
47 return false;
48 }
49 }
50 return true;
51}
198function isObjectEmpty(object: ObjectValue) {
199 let propertyCount = 0;
200 for (let [, binding] of object.properties) {
201 if (binding && binding.descriptor && binding.descriptor.enumerable) {
202 propertyCount++;
203 }
204 }
205 return propertyCount === 0;
206}
127function emptyCheck(v) {
128 return v != null && v.length > 0;
129}
43function isObjectEmpty(obj: Object): boolean {
44 return (0 === Object.getOwnPropertyNames(obj).length);
45}
70function isObjectEmpty(obj) {
71 return Array.from(Object.values(obj)).length === 0;
72}
53export function isValueEmpty(val) {
54 return val === '' || val === null || val === undefined || (Array.isArray(val) && val.length === 0) ||
55 (typeof val === 'object' && Object.keys(val).length === 0);
56}

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