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unpipe 1.0.0

Unpipe a stream from all destinations
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What does unpipe do?

Unpipe is a highly-valued npm package designed to decouple a stream from all its destinations. It plays an integral role in managing data streams, essentially reversing the actions done in stream.pipe(dest). More specifically, with Stream 2 or above, it fulfills the same functionality as stream.unpipe(). This module makes a commendable effort to handle streams 1 style streams, which usually align with Node.js 0.8 and prior versions.

How do you use unpipe?

Utilizing unpipe is designed to be a streamlined process. Start by installing it with the npm command npm install unpipe. Once you have the module, you can require it in your JavaScript file with var unpipe = require('unpipe'). To unpipe all destinations from a given stream, you simply write unpipe(stream). Do remember this stands equivalent to executing stream.unpipe() when working with Stream 2+.

Here's a basic usage example in JavaScript:

var unpipe = require('unpipe')

// Assume 'stream' is a data stream piped to multiple destinations
unpipe(stream);

// Now, 'stream' is unpiped from all its destinations

Where are the unpipe docs?

When it comes to exploring more about the unpipe npm package, the documentation, including the installation guide, API description, and license information, is conveniently provided in the README file on the unpipe package's GitHub page. This is your one-stop solution for understanding different aspects of unpipe, its applications, and deployment potential.

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