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Node.js 0.12 buffer.equals() ponyfill


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Node.js buffer.equals() ponyfill

Deprecated: Just use Buffer#equals(). It has been available since Node.js 0.12.

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$ npm install --save buffer-equals

Usage

const bufferEquals = require('buffer-equals');

bufferEquals(new Buffer('foo'), new Buffer('foo'));
//=> true

bufferEquals(new Buffer('foo'), new Buffer('bar'));
//=> false

API

See the buffer.equals() docs.

The only difference is that you pass in the buffer as the first argument instead of calling the .equals() method on the buffer instance.

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MIT © Sindre Sorhus

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Package last updated on 24 Sep 2018

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