How to use read - 2 common examples

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github nuxt / fabula / src / ssh.js View on Github external
return new Promise((resolve) => {
    const prompt = {
      prompt: `${privateKey} requires a passphrase: `,
      silent: true,
      replace: '*'
    }
    read(prompt, (_, passphrase) => {
      resolve(passphrase)
    })
  })
}
github phingofficial / phing / docs / docbook5 / en / output / webhelp / search / index-3.js View on Github external
w["rare"]="36*1,42*1,138*1,158*1,178*1,369*1,486*1";
w["rari"]="42*3";
w["rather"]="42*3,163*1,177*2,178*1,184*1,250*1";
w["raw"]="107*1,445*1,506*2";
w["rawdatafallb"]="445*1";
w["rawdatafallback"]="445*2";
w["rbranch"]="295*2";
w["rcs"]="18*1";
w["rder"]="158*1";
w["re"]="42*1,167*1,177*1,179*2,236*5,278*2,402*1,414*1,459*1,470*2";
w["re-adjust"]="470*1";
w["re-instal"]="278*1";
w["re-learn"]="470*1";
w["re-us"]="167*1,414*1";
w["read"]="17*1,101*2,111*1,182*1,191*1,249*1,282*1,318*1,325*1,356*1,357*1,402*2,417*1,418*2,429*2,448*1,464*1,470*2,515*1,523*1,529*1";
w["read."]="101*1,418*1";
w["readabl"]="42*3,402*2";
w["reader"]="78*2,402*1";
w["readi"]="49*1,89*2,115*1,509*1";
w["reading."]="31*1";
w["readm"]="18*1,32*1,285*1,363*3,409*1,454*1";
w["readme.rst"]="363*3";
w["readme.txt"]="285*1";
w["real"]="317*1,370*1,377*1,529*1";
w["realiz"]="470*1";
w["realli"]="178*1,470*1";
w["reason"]="42*3,118*1,184*1,338*1,392*1,402*4,471*1";
w["reasons."]="403*1";
w["reat"]="79*1";
w["rebas"]="100*2,159*4";
w["reboot"]="139*1";
w["reboottask"]="139*2";

read

read(1) for node programs

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