isReadableProperty

Test if an object's own property is readable.

Usage

var isReadableProperty = require( '@stdlib/assert/is-readable-property' );

isReadableProperty( value, property )

Returns a boolean indicating if a value has a readable property.

var defineProperty = require( '@stdlib/utils/define-property' );

var obj = {
    'foo': 'bar'
};

defineProperty( obj, 'beep', {
    'configurable': false,
    'enumerable': false,
    'writable': false,
    'value': 'boop'
});

defineProperty( obj, 'setter', {
    'configurable': false,
    'enumerable': false,
    'set': function setter( v ) {
        obj.foo = v;
    }
});

var bool = isReadableProperty( obj, 'foo' );
// returns true

bool = isReadableProperty( obj, 'beep' );
// returns true

bool = isReadableProperty( obj, 'setter' );
// returns false

Notes

  • Value arguments other than null or undefined are coerced to objects.

    var bool = isReadableProperty( 'beep', 'length' );
    // returns true
    
  • Property arguments are coerced to strings.

    var obj = {
        'null': 'foo'
    };
    
    var bool = isReadableProperty( obj, null );
    // returns true
    

Examples

var isReadableProperty = require( '@stdlib/assert/is-readable-property' );

var bool = isReadableProperty( [ 'a' ], 'length' );
// returns true

bool = isReadableProperty( { 'a': 'b' }, 'a' );
// returns true

bool = isReadableProperty( [ 'a' ], 0 );
// returns true

bool = isReadableProperty( { 'null': false }, null );
// returns true

bool = isReadableProperty( { '[object Object]': false }, {} );
// returns true

bool = isReadableProperty( {}, 'toString' );
// returns false

bool = isReadableProperty( {}, 'hasOwnProperty' );
// returns false

bool = isReadableProperty( null, 'a' );
// returns false

bool = isReadableProperty( void 0, 'a' );
// returns false