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  • Deep immutability, Enumerable is immutable. But, in addition, also all its content is immutable, don't worry to modify an object, don't worry about side effects.
    const foo = { foo: 'bar' };
    const bar = Enumerable
    console.log(foo === bar); // false
    // while
    // const bar = [foo][0];
    // foo === bar is true
  • Advanced object comparison, by default Enumerable uses a deep comparison algorithm to make it works. Objects are not compared by reference.
    const foo = { foo: 'bar' };
    const bar = { foo: 'bar' };
    const result = Enumerable
    console.log(result); // true
    // while
    // [foo].includes(bar) is false
  • Configurable, by default Enumerable is deep immutable and uses an advanced object comparison algorithm, but you can enable and disable these features based on your needs.
  • Linq syntax, high compatible C# Linq syntax makes query easier and immediate to use.
  • Lightweight