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verify-port-number v1.0.5

Verifies that a string represents a valid port number.

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BanksySan.VerifyPortNumbers

Single method, verifyPortNumber(candidate).

When called with throw Error with a message in the form:

Port must be a value an positive integer less than or equal to 65535.  You entered 'candidate'.

If the string doesn't represent a valid port number, that being an integer from 1 to 65535.

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