PropertyObject

PropertyObject

Make string, array to PropertyObject for the dot product

Constructor

new PropertyObject(value, optionsopt)

Source:
Name Type Description
value string | any[] This value is in the array format.
options? PropertyObjectInterface options
Example
var obj = new PropertyObject([100,100,100,0.5], {
	"separator" : ",",
	"prefix" : "rgba(",
	"suffix" : ")"
});

Methods

clone() → {PropertyObject}

Source:
create a copy of an instance itself.
Example
const obj1 = new PropertyObject("1,2,3", ",");
const obj2 = obj1.clone();
Returns:
clone
Type
PropertyObject

forEach(callback, callback.currentValueopt, callback.indexopt, callback.arrayopt) → {PropertyObject}

Source:
See:
executes a provided function once per array element.
Name Type Description
callback function Function to execute for each element, taking three arguments
Properties
Name Type Description
currentValue? All The current element being processed in the array.
index? Number The index of the current element being processed in the array.
array? Array the array.
Example
//rgba(100, 100, 100, 0.5)
var obj4 = new PropertyObject([100,100,100,0.5], {
	"separator" : ",",
	"prefix" : "rgba(",
	"suffix" : ")"
});

obj4.forEach(t => {
	console.log(t);
});  // =>   "100,100,100,0.5"
Returns:
An instance itself
Type
PropertyObject

get(index) → {Object}

Source:
retrieve one of values at the index
Name Type Description
index Number index
Example
const obj1 = new PropertyObject("1,2,3", ",");

console.log(obj1.get(0));
// 1
Returns:
one of values at the index
Type
Object

join() → {String}

Source:
Make Property Object's array to String
Example
//rgba(100, 100, 100, 0.5)
	var obj4 = new PropertyObject([100,100,100,0.5], {
		"separator" : ",",
		"prefix" : "rgba(",
		"suffix" : ")"
	});
	obj4.join();  // =>   "100,100,100,0.5"
Returns:
Join the elements of an array into a string
Type
String

set(index, value) → {PropertyObject}

Source:
Set the value at that index
Name Type Description
index Number index
value Object text, a number, object to set
Example
const obj1 = new PropertyObject("1,2,3", ",");
obj1.set(0, 2);
console.log(obj1.toValue());
// 2,2,3
Returns:
An instance itself
Type
PropertyObject

size()

Source:
the number of values.
Example
const obj1 = new PropertyObject("1,2,3", ",");

console.log(obj1.length);
// 3

toValue() → {String}

Source:
Make Property Object to String
Example
//rgba(100, 100, 100, 0.5)
const obj4 = new PropertyObject([100,100,100,0.5], {
	"separator" : ",",
	"prefix" : "rgba(",
	"suffix" : ")",
});
console.log(obj4.toValue());
// "rgba(100,100,100,0.5)"
Returns:
Make Property Object to String
Type
String