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Convert a string of words to a JavaScript identifier


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What is toidentifier?

The 'toidentifier' npm package is a simple utility that converts a string into a valid JavaScript identifier. This is useful when you need to dynamically generate variable names, function names, or other identifiers from strings that may contain invalid characters or spaces.

What are toidentifier's main functionalities?

String to Identifier Conversion

Converts a given string into a camel-cased string that is safe to use as a JavaScript identifier.

var toIdentifier = require('toidentifier');
var identifier = toIdentifier('Some example!');
console.log(identifier); // Outputs: SomeExample

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Convert a string of words to a JavaScript identifier

Install

This is a Node.js module available through the npm registry. Installation is done using the npm install command:

$ npm install toidentifier

Example

var toIdentifier = require('toidentifier')

console.log(toIdentifier('Bad Request'))
// => "BadRequest"

API

This CommonJS module exports a single default function: toIdentifier.

toIdentifier(string)

Given a string as the argument, it will be transformed according to the following rules and the new string will be returned:

  1. Split into words separated by space characters (0x20).
  2. Upper case the first character of each word.
  3. Join the words together with no separator.
  4. Remove all non-word ([0-9a-z_]) characters.

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MIT

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Last updated on 14 Nov 2021

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