Jim - 19 days ago 6
Javascript Question

# ramda equivalent for rotate

Given a rotate function like the one below, which rotates the array a set number of slots.

Is there an equivalent Ramda.js function or composition that will do this rotation?

``````var test = [1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9];
function rotate(arr, count) {
arr = arr.slice();
while (count < 0) {
count += arr.length;
}
count %= arr.length;
if (count) {
arr.splice.apply(arr, [0, 0].concat([].slice.call(arr.splice(arr.length - count, count))));
}
return arr;
}
``````

example

``````rotate(test, 2) // -> [8, 9, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7]
``````

This is similar to @donnut's answer, but includes modulo arithmetic to handle counts which exceed the length of the given list:

``````var rotate2 = function(xs, count) {
var n = -(count % xs.length);
return R.concat(R.slice(n, Infinity, xs),
R.slice(0, n, xs));
};
``````

Here's a mutation-free equivalent which doesn't use Ramda at all:

``````var rotate3 = function(xs, count) {
var n = -(count % xs.length);
return xs.slice(n).concat(xs.slice(0, n));
};
``````

Both solutions are significantly more declarative than the solution in the original post.

Source (Stackoverflow)