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abbrev 1.0.9

Like ruby's abbrev module, but in js
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15 Jun 2016
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Frequently Asked Questions

What does abbrev do?

"abbrev" is an npm package that allows you to implement a functionality similar to the "abbrev" module available in Ruby, but in the JavaScript environment. This powerful tool is useful when you desire to create shorthands for different input strings, especially valuable when creating command-line scripts where shorthand inputs can significantly streamline tasks.

How do you use abbrev?

To use the "abbrev" npm package, the process is straightforward and begins with importing the package. Here is a step-by-step example:

  1. Install the package via npm by using npm install abbrev.

  2. In your JavaScript file, require the abbrev module at the beginning:

var abbrev = require("abbrev");
  1. Once you have required the module, you can then use it to create abbreviations. For instance, to create abbreviations for the words "foo", "fool", "folding", and "flop", you do:
abbrev("foo", "fool", "folding", "flop");

The output of this command will be an object, where keys are the abbreviations, and their corresponding values are the original words.

{
  fl: 'flop'
, flo: 'flop'
, flop: 'flop'
, fol: 'folding'
, fold: 'folding'
, foldi: 'folding'
, foldin: 'folding'
, folding: 'folding'
, foo: 'foo'
, fool: 'fool'
}

Where are the abbrev docs?

As for documentation, there is not a specific separate page for detailed information on this module. The main source of documentation is the README file provided in the Github repository git+https://github.com/npm/abbrev-js.git. Here, users can find information on how to install and use the package in their JavaScript projects.