hasshu

A simple library for manipulating hash data structures.

Hasshu

Hasshu (hash in japanese) is a simple node.js library to manipulate hash data structures.

var Hasshu = require('hasshu');

var people = new Hasshu({'Joe': { age: 25 }, 'Jane': { age: 23 } });

// get by key
var joe = people.get('Joe');

// iterate over hash
people.forEach(function(key, val) {
  console.log(key);
});

// filter hash
var janes = people.filter(function(key, val) {
  return /^jane/i.test(key);
});

// add or update a new item
people.set('Jimmy', { age: 32 });

Installation

npm install hasshu

Hasshu

Pass in hash like object. (Optional)

Hasshu();
Hasshu({ a: 'some val' });

Will add or update an item in hash.

Returns value in hash for key.

Remove item from hash by key.

Returns true if key exists in hash.

Iterate through hash passing key and val into callback.

Returns array of keys.

Returns the number of items in hash.

Returns an array of values.

Creates a new hash with all elements that pass the test in callback.

Merges hash or object with current hash.

License

(The MIT License)

Copyright (c) 2012 Ardie Saeidi

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