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is-dir

Tests if a given path resolves to a directory.

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Tests if a given path resolves to a file.

Example

Async

var isDir = require('is-dir');
isDir(__filename, function(err, bool){
  console.log(bool); // => true
});

Sync

var isDir = require('is-dir');
var bool = isDir(__dirname);
console.log(bool); // => true

With .sync:

var isDir = require('is-dir');
var bool = isDir.sync(__dirname);
console.log(bool); // => true

##LICENSE

The MIT License (MIT)

Copyright (c) 2014 Joseph Spencer

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