npm install --save disect
Disect helps you find the first item in a list to satisfy a predicate, nothing more.
disect0 100return index >= 56;// returns 56// or with an arraydisect10 20 30return element > 11;// returns 20;// if you're into that...return disectthis predicate;
It can also be used in an asynchronous fashion
disect0 100return index >= 56;// res === 56// or with an arraydisect10 20 30processnextTickcallbackelement > 11// res === 20
Process a bisection on indexes ranging from min to max (max not included) returning the first that satisfies the predicate. This means that all indices superior to the one returned MUST validate the predicate as well. If no index validates the predicate, then max is returned
Same as above, except min and max are mapped to 0 and array.length. The predicates' signature differs.
Async version of the previously mention variant
You should be able to figure out what this one does
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