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    hash-regex

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    Converts an array of strings to a regular expression of hashtags

    Install

    $ npm install --save hash-regex
    

    Usage

    const hashRegEx = require('hash-regex');
     
    const regEx1 = hashRegEx(['one','two','three']);
    //=> /#one|#two|#three/gi
     
    // strings can have a hash sign, or not. Override the default flags
    const regEx2 = hashRegEx(['#withhash','withouthash'], {flags:'m'});
    //=> /#withhash|#withouthash/m

    API

    hashRegEx(array,[options])

    array

    Type: Array
    Required

    The array of strings you want to convert to a RegExp of hashes. Strings can begin with hash or not.

    options

    flags

    Type: String
    Default: gi

    The RegExp flags you want to use.

    License

    MIT © Michael Wuergler

    Install

    npm i hash-regex

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    Version

    1.0.0

    License

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