An easy-to-use prompt for Node.js.
# Using npmnpm install --save promptify# Using yarnyarn add promptify
const promptify = ;let name = ;console;let pass =;console;
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Creates a new
Promptify. In most of the cases,
there will be one such instance per process.
- Promptify The
sync(message, defMsg, options)
Synchronous version of the prompt.
message: The message do display.
defMsg: The default value.
options: An object containing the following fields:
char(String): The character to display when writing something. For example, if it's
*, the text characters will be replaced with
delimiter(String): The delimiter between message and the value (default:
- String The result.
Prompt a message to the user. The arguments are passed to the
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