Get unique number results based on unique inputs using modulo-n classes.
For a specific integer and range, you will always get the same number result. It could happen to find different inputs for which the result will be the same. That's expected.
# Using npmnpm install --save modulo-n# Using yarnyarn add modulo-n
const moduloN = ;console;// => 6console;// => 2console;// => 3
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moduloN(n, min, max)
Returns a number that will be unique for a specific
n and range.
n: The input number.
min: The minimum number in the range.
max: The maximum number in the range.
- Number A number that will greater or equal to
minbut lower than
maxand will be always the same for the same range and same
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