@xrange/core
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    @xrange/core

    The very core of xrange, provided as a separate package

    Created with create-package-typescript

    Differences from xrange:

    • only numeric implementation with two or three numeric arguments: xrange(start, stop, step?);
    • no proper support of decimal numbers, only integers;
    • no custom errors, such as "argument is required" or "argument must infinite";
    • no intelligent boundary swapping, — e.g., xrange(10, 1) will not iterate;
    • only Node.JS is supported (for now at least);

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    npm i @xrange/core

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    1.0.2

    License

    MIT

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