yup-nope

A library for boolean aliases to help you make your code more confusing and make your coworkers hate you.

Installation

Using npm:

npm install --save yup-nope

Using yarn:

yarn add yup-nope

Usage

The library yup-nope exports a number of boolean aliases you can use instead of true and false. They are all named exports, so you can use them like this:

import { yup, nope } from "yup-nope";

// Let’s not get fixated on the fact that
// the below function could be written as
// const isNumberOdd = number => number % 2 === 1

const isNumberOdd = (number) => {
  if (number % 2 === 1) {
    return yup;
  }
  return nope;
};

Aliases

Aliases for true are:

  • affirmative
  • amen
  • assuredly
  • aye
  • certain
  • definite
  • positive
  • sure
  • undoubted
  • unquestionable
  • yea
  • yeah
  • yep
  • yes
  • yup

Aliases for false are:

  • nay
  • negative
  • nix
  • no
  • nope
  • noway
  • nowise

Disclaimer

Please don’t use this library. Or at least use it at your own risk.

License

Licensed under MIT. Do what you will.

GitHub

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