Node | urlObject.slashes API

The urlObject.slashes property is used when one wants to check whether there is a need of ASCII valued forward-slash character (/) after the colon (:) in the protocol (http or https) of a URL or not. It returns the Boolean value.

Syntax:

urlObject.slashes

Return Value: The urlObject.slashes property returns true if two ASCII value forward slashes are required, otherwise, it returns false.



Below programs illustrates the use of urlObject.slashes property:

Example 1:

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// Node program to demonstrate the 
// urlObject.slashes API as Setter
  
// Importing the module 'url-parse'
var parse = require('url-parse'); 
  
// Use command 'npm install url-parse' in
// command prompt to import this module
var url = parse('www.geeksforgeeks.org');
  
// Display result in console
console.log(url.slashes);

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Output:

false

Example 2:

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// Node program to demonstrate the  
// urlObject.slashes API as Setter
    
// Importing the module 'url-parse'
var parse = require('url-parse'), 
  
// Disaply the result in console view
console.log(url.slashes)

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Output:

true

Note: The above program will compile and run by using the node app.js command.

Reference: https://nodejs.org/api/url.html#url_urlobject_slashes



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