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176. undefined to null

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function undefinedToNull(obj: any): any {
  if (Array.isArray(obj)) {
    return => undefinedToNull(elem));
  } else if (typeof obj === 'object' && obj !== null) {
    const newObj = {};
    for (const key in obj) {
      if (, key)) {
        newObj[key] = undefinedToNull(obj[key]);
    return newObj;
  } else {
    return obj === undefined ? null : obj;

The function checks if the input is an array, an object or a primitive value, and treats each case accordingly. If it's an array, it maps over each element, recursively calling undefinedToNull on them. If it's an object, it creates a new object and iterates over its properties, recursively calling undefinedToNull on each value. If it's a primitive value, it returns either null if the value is undefined, or the value itself otherwise.

Note that this implementation assumes that the input is a valid JSON object or array (i.e. no circular references, no functions, no symbol properties, etc.). If the input is a more general object, it might need additional checks or custom handling.