Range object. Supports exclusive and infinite ranges.
type with two endpoints and their boundaries. Stringifies itself in the style of
[begin,end) and allows you to parse a string back. Also useful with
stRange.js follows semantic versioning, so feel free to
depend on its major version with something like
>= 1.0.0 < 2 (a.k.a
npm install strange
stRange.js doesn't yet have a build ready for the browser, but you might be able to use Browserify to have it run there till then.
Create a Range object by passing in a beginning and end:
var Range = require"strange"var range = 1 5
Check if something is a range and use it:
var Range = require"strange"if range instanceof Range console.lograngebegin rangeend
You can set a range's bounds by passing the bounds as a two-character string of parentheses as the 3rd argument:
1 3 "[)"
Bounds signify whether the range includes or excludes that particular endpoint.
The range above therefore includes numbers
>= 1 < 3.
To parse a range stringified by
Range.prototype.toString, pass it to
Rangeparse"[a, z)" // => new Range("a", "z", "[)")
To have Strange.js also parse the endpoints, pass a function to
Rangeparse"[42, 69]" Number // => new Range(42, 69)
The string format used by Strange.js matches PostgreSQL's range type format. You can therefore use Strange.js to parse and stringify ranges for your database.
stRange.js is released under a Lesser GNU Affero General Public License, which in summary means:
For more convoluted language, see the