Creates an object composed of the properties the given function returns falsy for. The function is invoked with two arguments: (value, key).

Use Object.keys(obj) and Array.prototype.filter()to remove the keys for which fn returns a truthy value.
Use Array.prototype.reduce() to convert the filtered keys back to an object with the corresponding key-value pairs.


const omitBy = (obj, fn) =>
    .filter(k => !fn(obj[k], k))
    .reduce((acc, key) => ((acc[key] = obj[key]), acc), {});


omitBy({ a: 1, b: '2', c: 3 }, x => typeof x === 'number'); // { b: '2' }