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process-nextick-args 1.0.7

process.nextTick but always with args
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What does process-nextick-args do?

Process-nextick-args is a powerful npm package designed to enhance process.nextTick with the ability to pass arguments, regardless of the platform. This means you can leverage queued arguments to enhance your asynchronous code execution patterns, leading to more efficient and dynamic JavaScript code.

How do you use process-nextick-args?

To use process-nextick-args, you first need to install the package using npm (Node Package Manager), a package manager for Node.js. You can execute the command npm install --save process-nextick-args to add the package to your project. Once installed, you can import the package in your code file using the require call, and then use its nextTick method to queue a function to be executed on the next tick of the Node.js event loop, with the arguments of your choice. Here's an example:

// import process-nextick-args
var pna = require('process-nextick-args');

// use its nextTick method with arguments
pna.nextTick(function (a, b, c) {
  console.log(a, b, c);
}, 'step', 3,  'profit');

In this example, 'step', 3, and 'profit' are the arguments passed to the queued function.

Where are the process-nextick-args docs?

The documentation for the process-nextick-args npm package can be found in its repository on GitHub. The repository URL is https://github.com/calvinmetcalf/process-nextick-args. Visit this URL to access code samples, usage information, and more details about the package functionality and compatibility.