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adj-noun

0.1.1 • Public • Published

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Gives you a random adj-noun pair that you can use as a unique identifier. Great for generating readable URLs.

Install

$ npm install adj-noun

Use

var adjNoun = require('adj-noun');
 
// seed it so your pairs are different than someone else using this lib
adjNoun.seed(123);
// -> true
 
// optionally you can provide primes to adjust how words are chosen:
adjNoun.adjPrime(3);
adjNoun.nounPrime(7);
 
for (var i = 0; i < 10; i++) {
  // generate and log pairs
  console.log(adjNoun().join('-'));
}
// console.logs ->
//   lasting-meaning
//   numerical-excerpt
//   unresponsive-madman
//   royal-haircut
//   squeaky-schedule
//   respectable-compressor
//   northern-knife
//   shrewd-tribute
//   blank-volcano
//   rhenish-periodical
 
// after you start generating pairs, you cannot change the seed or primes
// otherwise you might end up with non-unique pairs
adjNoun.seed(456);
// -> false

CLI

Install it globally:

$ npm install -g

Then you can:

$ adj-noun
royal-haircut

You can also specify the number of unique names to generate:

$ adj-noun 5
unlined octet
luckier gospel
wordy shading
slothful groomsmen
devotional newsletter

It randomly seeds between runs with Math.random().

Word list

The script for generating the word list uses NLTK. See scripts/data.py for more.

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License

MIT

install

npm i adj-noun

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0.1.1

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