Package to determine if a given number is an arm-strong number

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<script type="module">
  import armstrongnumber from '';


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Returns true if the given number is an armstrong number, and is an integer that does not exceed the JavaScript MAXIMUM_SAFE_INTEGER.

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Install with npm:

$ npm install --save armstrongnumber


Works with numbers.

const isArmStrongNumber = require('armstrongnumber');

console.log(isArmStrongNumber(153)); //=> true
console.log(isArmStrongNumber(1)); //=> true

console.log(isArmStrongNumber(2)); //=> false
console.log(isArmStrongNumber(1534)); //=> false



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