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is-fullwidth-code-point 3.0.0

Check if the character represented by a given Unicode code point is fullwidth
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What does is-fullwidth-code-point do?

The package "is-fullwidth-code-point" performs a simple yet critical function: it checks if the character represented by a given Unicode code point is fullwidth. This is particularly useful in manipulating and presenting text that needs to adhere to specific space formatting requirements, primarily in languages utilizing fullwidth characters like Chinese, Japanese, and Korean.

How do you use is-fullwidth-code-point?

To use "is-fullwidth-code-point", you'll first need to install it via npm. The command for this would be npm install is-fullwidth-code-point. Once installed, you import it into your JavaScript file with import isFullwidthCodePoint from 'is-fullwidth-code-point';.

For utilizing the function and checking if a character is fullwidth, begin by selecting a character and getting its Unicode code point using the .codePointAt(0) method. Then, use isFullwidthCodePoint() and pass the code point into it. For example:

import isFullwidthCodePoint from 'is-fullwidth-code-point';

isFullwidthCodePoint('谢'.codePointAt(0));
// Returns true, as '谢' is a fullwidth character

It can also be used on non-fullwidth code points:

isFullwidthCodePoint('a'.codePointAt(0));
// Returns false as 'a' is not a fullwidth character

Where are the is-fullwidth-code-point docs?

For additional information on the "is-fullwidth-code-point" package, your best resource would be the documentation provided in the README file on the GitHub repository. This contains all the instructions and details necessary for successful usage of the package. To access this, head over to the package's GitHub page by following this link.