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TypeScript — Using a String as Enum Key

TypeScript enums are similar to JavaScript objects. They store a named set of constants. Enums can also store a key-value pair. You can access the values with a string-like value. It’s “string-like” because enums are more strict in types and require a specific string value: one of the available …

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TypeScript — Get All Values of an Enum

TypeScript Enums are a feature carrying a named set of constants. TypeScript supports numeric enums and string enums. You can provide a name and value, like a key-value pair, for your enums. This tutorial shows you how to retrieve all available values of a TypeScript enum. {{outline}} Get All Values …

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TypeScript — Get All Keys of an Enum

Enums in TypeScript are a feature that is not only a type-level extension to JavaScript. They also carry a named set of constants. TypeScript supports numeric enums and string enums. Both use string values for their identifiers. This tutorial shows you how to retrieve all available keys of a TypeScript …

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