micromark-util-normalize-identifier
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    micromark-util-normalize-identifier

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    micromark utility normalize identifiers (as found in references, definitions).

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    Install

    npm:

    npm install micromark-util-normalize-identifier

    Use

    import {normalizeIdentifier} from 'micromark-util-normalize-identifier'
    
    normalizeIdentifier(' a ') // 'A'
    normalizeIdentifier('a\t\r\nb') // 'A B'
    normalizeIdentifier('ТОЛПОЙ') // 'ТОЛПОЙ'
    normalizeIdentifier('Толпой') // 'ТОЛПОЙ'

    API

    This module exports the following identifiers: normalizeIdentifier. There is no default export.

    normalizeIdentifier(value)

    Normalize an identifier (such as used in definitions). Collapse Markdown whitespace, trim, and then lower- and uppercase.

    Some characters are considered “uppercase”, such as U+03F4 (ϴ), but if their lowercase counterpart (U+03B8 (θ)) is uppercased will result in a different uppercase character (U+0398 (Θ)). Hence, to get that form, we perform both lower- and uppercase.

    Using uppercase last makes sure keys will not interact with default prototypal methods: no method is uppercase.

    Parameters
    • value (string) — Identifier to normalize.
    Returns

    string — Normalized value.

    Security

    See security.md in micromark/.github for how to submit a security report.

    Contribute

    See contributing.md in micromark/.github for ways to get started. See support.md for ways to get help.

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    License

    MIT © Titus Wormer

    Install

    npm i micromark-util-normalize-identifier

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    1.0.0

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