Finds javascript lodash/underscore methods in source code

find . -name "*.js" | xargs grep -oh '_\.[^(]*' | sort | uniq
Finds javascript lodash/underscore methods in source code. It's not perfect as can be ascertained from the last entry in the output. Would be interested if somebody improves this.
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