@particle/detect-newline-style

3.0.2 • Public • Published

@particle/detect-newline-style

Determine a string's preferred newline character

Installation

npm install @particle/detect-newline-style --save

API

@particle/detect-newline-style


module.exports(input, [options]) ⇒ string

Figure out which newline style a given string uses (windows: \r\n or unix: \n)

Kind: Exported function
Returns: string - Either \r\n or \n based on string contents

Param Type Default Description
input string The string you want to analyze
[options] object
[options.defaultEOL] string "'\n'" Default newline character

Example

const newline = detectNewlineStyle('foo\nbar\r\n\baz\n');
console.log(newline); // '\n'

NOTE: Unfortunately, docs have a nasty habit of falling out of date. When in doubt, check usage in tests

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npm i @particle/detect-newline-style

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