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npm i @types/content-type
yarn add @types/content-type
pnpm add @types/content-type


TypeScript definitions for content-type



function format

format: (obj: MediaType) => string;

    function parse

    parse: (input: RequestLike | ResponseLike | string) => ParsedMediaType;


      interface MediaType

      interface MediaType {}

        property parameters

        parameters?: { [key: string]: string } | undefined;

          property type

          type: string;

            interface ParsedMediaType

            interface ParsedMediaType {}

              property parameters

              parameters: { [key: string]: string };

                property type

                type: string;

                  interface RequestLike

                  interface RequestLike {}

                    property headers

                    headers: { [header: string]: string | string[] | undefined };

                      interface ResponseLike

                      interface ResponseLike {}

                        method getHeader

                        getHeader: (name: string) => number | string | string[] | undefined;

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