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To utilize @swc/helpers, you first need to install it into your project. Using npm, the Node.js package manager, you can install it by running
const swcHelpers = require('@swc/helpers'); and use the provided helper functions in your project. Bear in mind that detailed usage would depend on the specific helper functions provided by the module.
// Installation of the package
npm install @swc/helpers
// Including it in your project
const swcHelpers = require('@swc/helpers');
// Usage depends on the helper function
Keep in mind that as the API is not outlined within the README, actual use may vary and this should be considered a broad starting point.