Store some words in a trie, then query them:
var level = ;var Trie = ;var db = ;var trie = db;trie;trie;trie;trie;// => foo// => bar// => baz
Create a new
Trie that stores its data in
If you don't want to use a whole database for the trie, pass in a database's section using level-sublevel.
string to the trie. This causes a batch operation with as many puts as
string + 1.
string from the trie.
Create a readable
Stream that emits all the strings stored in the trie,
ordered by size of the common prefix. Abort reading with
stream#end or use
Possible options are:
limit: Emit max. x entries.
follow: Keep the stream open and emit new data that comes in. When used in conjunction with
limitthe last emitted historical entry will define the border of what a new entry that's emitted needs to fit in, e.g. it mustn't be further away from the search string.
With npm do:
$ npm install level-trie
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