Welcome to the Verox docs
What does verox do?
Verox is an npm package containing some basic functions.
Firstly, lets install it!
npm i Verox
//Require the module const Verox = require("verox"); //Addition console.log(Verox.math.add(25,25)) //The first param is the first number you want to add to the second number. //Multiplication console.log(Verox.math.multiply(25,25)) //Same with addition, first param is the first number you want to times by the second number. //Division console.log(Verox.math.divide(2,24)) //The first param is what you want to divide by, the second param / number is what you want to divide the first number into. //Subtraction console.log(Verox.math.subtract(2,24)) //The first param is what you will subtract from the second param.
//Require the module const Verox = require("verox"); //MemUsage console.log(Verox.useful.memusage()) //Gets the memusage for the current machine running the node. //Log Verox.useful.log('What you want to put on the log') //Exit the node Verox.useful.exit() //Fetch a website Verox.useful.fetch("link.com"); //You need to use await to fetch it.
const Verox = require("verox"); let str = 'fs is amazing' console.log(Verox.string.replace(str,'fs','verox')) //The first param is the string, second param are the characters to look for, the third param if what you want to replace the second param with. //Would log: verox is amazing
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