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badwords-list v1.0.0

A highly consumable list of bad (profanity) english words based on the nice short and simple list found in Google's "what do you love" project made accessable by Jamie Wilkinson here

Inspired by badwords

This data has been exposed as an object that contains

  • an array
  • an object
  • a regular expression

depending on what is required for your purposes.

Install

npm install badwords-list

Usage

var list = require('badwords-list'),
	array = list.array,
	object = list.object,
	regex = list.regex;

Testing

Requires

  • Mocha
  • better-assert
npm test

or

REPORTER=spec make

or

mocha
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