Basic truncation and string tools
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trunky - Basic truncation and string tools

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Installation

npm install trunky

Usage

var truncate = require('trunky').truncateWithEllipsis;

truncate('Hello world', 8); // Hello…
truncate('<b>Hello</b> world', 8); // Hello…

Note: the unicode character (\u2026) is used by default. If your application does not support unicode or you would prefer a different ellipsis character, truncate() takes an optional third argument which is the string to use:

truncate('Hello world', 8, '...'); // Hello...
truncate('Hello world', 8, ' etc.'); // Hello etc.

Credits

Paul Serby follow me on twitter

Licence

Licenced under the New BSD License