levenshtein
Javascript implementation of the L-diggity.
Last updated 5 years ago by gf3 .
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Levenshtein

Levenshtein string difference in Javascript.

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Levenshtein also does some neat things like coerce to a number and string approproately. So you can compare Levenshtein objects directly! Not to mention it has specs!

API

  • new Levenshtein( m, n )Levenshtein

    • m ( String ): First string.
    • n ( String ): Second string.
    • Initialise a new Levenshtein object.
  • Levenshtein#distanceNumber

    • Distance between strings.
  • Levenshtein#inspect()String

    • Pretty print Levenshtein table.
  • Levenshtein#toString()String

    • Alias of: Levenshtein#inspect().
  • Levenshtein#valueOf()Number

    • Alias of: Levenshtein#distance.

Installation

Levenshtein works in both the browser and node.js.

Browser

Simply include levenshtein.js:

<script src="/javascripts/levenshtein.js"></script>

NPM

Install via npm:

npm install levenshtein

Or put it in your package.json:

{ "levenshtein": "~1.0" }

Bower

bower install levenshtein

Git

git clone git://github.com/gf3/Levenshtein.git

License

Levenshtein is UNLICENSED.

Author

Written by Gianni Chiappettagf3.ca

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