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Utility Types

TypeScript provides several utility types that can be used to manipulate and transform existing types. Here are some of the most common ones:

  • Partial: makes all properties of a type optional.
  • Readonly: makes all properties of a type read-only.
  • Pick: allows you to pick specific properties from a type.
  • Omit: allows you to omit specific properties from a type.
  • Exclude: creates a type that is the set difference of A and B.
  • ..and more.

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