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core-util-is 1.0.2

The `util.is*` functions introduced in Node v0.12.
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20 Nov 2015
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What does core-util-is do?

The "core-util-is" is a robust utility package that encompasses the util.is* functions which were initially introduced in Node v0.12. The package essentially provides a series of JavaScript functions, systematically created to execute fundamental operations in Node.js efficiently.

How do you use core-util-is?

The implementation of "core-util-is" within your JavaScript code is quite straightforward. You have to begin by installing the npm package using Node.js. This can be done by typing npm install --save core-util-is in your Node.js command line interface. After installation, you can append the "core-util-is" module to your JavaScript file with the following line of code:

var util = require('core-util-is');

From there, you can start utilizing the functions provided by the module. Here is an example of how to use the isBuffer function:

var util = require('core-util-is');

if(util.isBuffer(myVariable)) {
  console.log('Your variable is a buffer!');
} else {
  console.log('Your variable is not a buffer!');
}

For the above code, it will check if 'myVariable' is a buffer and output the correct message based on the result.

Where are the core-util-is docs?

Unfortunately, the README file you provided does not include a link to the documentation for the "core-util-is" package. However, it is typically expected that the most extensive and detailed documentation can be found on the official GitHub repository of the package. For the "core-util-is" package, this can be accessed at github.com/isaacs/core-util-is. You can explore the repository to acquire a deep understanding of the functions and their usage. It's also common to find more comprehensive documentation on the NPM package directory page for the module in question. Therefore, itโ€™s advisable to frequently check both resources when seeking documentation.