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Wraps a value in an array if it isn't already one. Returns an empty array for
A typical usecase for this: when you have an option that accepts multiple values as an array, but you want to make the use of an array literal optional when there's only a single value to specify.
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Pull requests welcome. Please make sure your modifications are in line with the overall code style, and ensure that you're editing the files in
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Build tool of choice is
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var assureArray = require("assure-array"); assureArray("hello world"); // ["hello world!"] assureArray(["hello", "world"]); // ["hello", "world"] assureArray(null); //  assureArray([true]); // [true]
Ensures that the provided
value is returned as an array.
valueis an array already, this returns the array unchanged.
undefined, this returns an empty array.
valueis any other kind of value, this returns a new array containing just that one value.