EOL

Regular expression to match a newline character sequence.

Usage

var RE_EOL = require( '@stdlib/regexp/eol' );

RE_EOL

Regular expression to match a newline character sequence.

var bool = RE_EOL.test( '\n' );
// returns true

bool = RE_EOL.test( '\r\n' );
// returns true

bool = RE_EOL.test( '\\r\\n' );
// returns false

Examples

var RE_EOL = require( '@stdlib/regexp/eol' );

var bool;
var str;

bool = RE_EOL.test( '\r\n' );
// returns true

bool = RE_EOL.test( '\n' );
// returns true

bool = RE_EOL.test( '\r' );
// returns false

bool = RE_EOL.test( '\\r\\n' );
// returns false

bool = RE_EOL.test( 'beep' );
// returns false

str = 'This is\na newline\r\ndelimited string.';

var arr = str.split( RE_EOL );
// returns [ 'This is', 'a newline', 'delimited string.' ]