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operator-compare

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Comparing two variables with operator as argument.

Usage

var compare = require('compare');

compare(5, '<', 10);			// result: true

As you can see, this is just simple function, which compare two variables by operator as second argument. List of available operators is bellow.

Operators

There are just classic operators with some others.

   Operator   |   Equivalent
--------------+----------------
      >       |          >
      >=      |          >=
      <       |          <
      <=      |          <=
     =, ==    |         ===
   !, !=, <>  |         !==

Last two lines are sets of operators, so operator <> is the same one as !=.

If you will try to set some unknown operator, exception will be thrown.

Changelog

  • 1.0.3

    • Abandon project
  • 1.0.2

    • Move under Carrooi organization
    • Abandon repository
    • Rewrite to pure javascript
    • Fix typos
    • Add to travis
    • Update dependencies
  • 1.0.1

    • Typo in readme
  • 1.0.0

    • Initial commit