I am trying to write JSON file using node from loop data, e.g.:  let jsonFile = require('jsonfile');  for (i = 0; i < 11; i++) {     jsonFile.writeFile('loop.json', "id :" + i + " square :" + i * i); }   outPut in...
I'm mucking about with node.js and have discovered two ways of reading a file and sending it down the wire, once I've established that it exists and have sent the proper MIME type with writeHead:  // read the entire file into memory and then...
I have a text file that looks like this:  ./4F6cFLnAAFc.png ./4Flj9plmKGQ.png ./4fQeHtSdw80.png ./4I9iibPLdBw.png ./4J-dRA3MGc8.png ./4mdEsouIXGM.png ./4-_-wQc3EGE.png ./595Tiga1gIg.png ./60u_ctp6UIw.png ./64bH_27Ehoc.png ./64_ZfIemRGM.png ./66pQLO--...
I have a little website in node.js, when a people want to sign up we call a function (a external file) here the part where i write the JSON :  {     nouveauMembre = {};     nouveauMembre.pseudo = query.pseudo;     nouveauMembre.password = query.passw...
Please, could you help me? I would like to save an image, that is encoded in base64, using base64.  I have tried this :     var image = "data:image/jpeg;base64,/9j/4AAQSkZJRgABAgAAAQABAAD/7QCcUGhvdG9zaG9wIDMuMAA4QklNBAQAAAAAAIAcAmcAFFd6cEFHZWltVE...
So basically I want to delete string from txt file.   using fs  Input Example:  string1 string2 string3 string4   Delete string3  After delete It would be like:  string1 string2 string4...
I'm attempting to create a .wav file from a blob of data in Node JS, using fs.writeFile(). Firstly, is this even possible?  I'm currently trying with this...  fs.writeFile(filename + '.wav', blob.recording, function (err) {      // On...
In Node.js I have to read files in a folder and for each file get file handler info, this is my simplest implementation using fs.readdir:  FileServer.prototype.listLocal = function (params) {             var self = this;             var options = {...
I want to read a symlink, and get the details of the link itself, not the contents of the linked file. How do I do that in Node, in a cross-platform way?  I can detect symlinks easily using lstat, no problem. Once I know the path of the file, and tha...

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