# normalize-range

Utility for normalizing a numeric range, with a wrapping function useful for polar coordinates.

## Usage no npm install needed!

``````<script type="module">
import normalizeRange from 'https://cdn.skypack.dev/normalize-range';
</script>``````

# normalize-range

Utility for normalizing a numeric range, with a wrapping function useful for polar coordinates.

## Usage

``````var nr = require('normalize-range');

nr.wrap(0, 360, 400);
//=> 40

nr.wrap(0, 360, -90);
//=> 270

nr.limit(0, 100, 500);
//=> 100

nr.limit(0, 100, -20);
//=> 0

// There is a convenient currying function
var wrapAngle = nr.curry(0, 360).wrap;
var limitTo10 = nr.curry(0, 10).limit;

wrapAngle(-30);
//=> 330
``````

## API

### wrap(min, max, value)

Normalizes a values that "wraps around". For example, in a polar coordinate system, 270˚ can also be represented as -90˚. For wrapping purposes we assume `max` is functionally equivalent to `min`, and that `wrap(max + 1) === wrap(min + 1)`. Wrap always assumes that `min` is inclusive, and `max` is exclusive. In other words, if `value === max` the function will wrap it, and return `min`, but `min` will not be wrapped.

``````nr.wrap(0, 360, 0) === 0;
nr.wrap(0, 360, 360) === 0;
nr.wrap(0, 360, 361) === 1;
nr.wrap(0, 360, -1) === 359;
``````

You are not restricted to whole numbers, and ranges can be negative.

``````var π = Math.PI;

redianRange.wrap(0) === 0;
nr.wrap(π) === -π;
nr.wrap(4 * π / 3) === -2 * π / 3;
``````

### limit(min, max, value)

Normalize the value by bringing it within the range. If `value` is greater than `max`, `max` will be returned. If `value` is less than `min`, `min` will be returned. Otherwise, `value` is returned unaltered. Both ends of this range are inclusive.

### test(min, max, value, [minExclusive], [maxExclusive])

Returns `true` if `value` is within the range, `false` otherwise. It defaults to `inclusive` on both ends of the range, but that can be changed by setting `minExclusive` and/or `maxExclusive` to a truthy value.

### validate(min, max, value, [minExclusive], [maxExclusive])

Returns `value` or throws an error if `value` is outside the specified range.

### name(min, max, value, [minExclusive], [maxExclusive])

Returns a string representing this range in range notation.

### curry(min, max, [minExclusive], [maxExclusive])

Convenience method for currying all method arguments except `value`.

``````var angle = require('normalize-range').curry(-180, 180, false, true);

angle.wrap(270)
//=> -90

angle.limit(200)
//=> 180

angle.test(0)
//=> true

angle.validate(300)
//=> throws an Error

angle.toString() // or angle.name()
//=> "[-180,180)"
``````

#### min

Required
Type: `number`

The minimum value (inclusive) of the range.

#### max

Required
Type: `number`

The maximum value (exclusive) of the range.

#### value

Required
Type: `number`

The value to be normalized.

#### returns

Type: `number`

The normalized value.

## Building and Releasing

• `npm test`: tests, linting, coverage and style checks.
• `npm run watch`: autotest mode for active development.
• `npm run debug`: run tests without coverage (istanbul can obscure line #'s)

Release via `cut-release` tool.