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Toggle the byte ordering of a buffer.
var toggle = require('endian-toggle'); var buf = new Buffer('abcd'); console.dir(buf); console.dir(toggle(buf, 16));
<Buffer 61 62 63 64> <Buffer 62 61 64 63>
var toggle = require('endian-toggle')
Return a new buffer from
buf with toggled endianness at
bits many bits.
With npm do:
npm install endian-toggle