Deno.js Tutorial to Check Whether a Variable is a Number or Not in TypeScript Using isNumber Module

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Deno.js Tutorial to Check Whether a Variable is a Number or Not in TypeScript Using isNumber Module

Deno.js Tutorial to Check Whether a Variable is a Number or Not in TypeScript Using isNumber Module

Deno isNumber

Usage

import { isNumber } from "https://raw.githubusercontent.com/ajimae/isNumber/master/mod.ts";

var numberOne = 5;
const checkOne = isNumber(numberOne);
console.log(checkOne); // true

var numberTwo = '5';
const checkTwo = isNumber(numberTwo);
console.log(checkTwo); // false

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