The aim of this module is to completely partition the set of JS objects into a set of types T:
T = [Function, Object, Date, Number, String, Boolean, RegExp, Undefined, Arguments, Null, Array]
Prop. 1 For every JS object x, x has exactly one type in T where [typr] returns true for its typecheck.
Prop. 2 Whether or not an Object has keys and can be looped over is determined by
t.hasKeys and is completely independent of the type found in prop 1.
Prop. 3 Number types can be partitioned into 3 sub-types:
These properties are tested extensively.
var typr = ;typr; // true iff el is a function
Read the very short API.
The reason for prop 2 is that Objects can masquerade othes instances like Functions, Strings, RegExps, Dates. Object.keys() (and for-in) will actually work on some of these. This does not mean they will have interesting keys, but they sometimes do!
A common trick in node modules to export a function, but additionally attach properties to it. Such an object will only be a Function by our partitioning (as that was its original construction), but it is Object-like.
If you would rather test for enumerability of properties, use the extra test for Object-likeness:
Note again that this may not be super intuitive:
var dualThing = "wee";dualThingprop = "hi";Object; // [ '0', '1', '2', 'prop' ]t; // falset; // truet; // true
$ npm install typr
Install development dependencies
$ npm install
Run the tests
$ npm test
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