10 examples of 'axios set header' in JavaScript

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14function set_request_header(key, value) {
15 xhr.setRequestHeader(key, value);
16}
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147function setHeader(res: express.Response, key: string, value: string) {
148 try {
149 let existingHeaders = res.getHeaders();
150 let existingValue = existingHeaders[key.toLowerCase()];
151 if (existingValue === undefined) {
152 res.header(key, value);
153 } else {
154 res.header(key, existingValue + ", " + value);
155 }
156 } catch (err) {
157 throw generateError(AuthError.GENERAL_ERROR, err);
158 }
159}
20function setHeader(xhr, headers) {
21 //"Content-Type":"application/x-www-form-urlencoded"
22 for(var iter in headers) {
23 xhr.setRequestHeader(iter, headers[iter]);
24 }
25}
21header(val) {
22 if (val === undefined) {
23 return this._msg.header;
24 }
25
26 return this._msg.header[val];
27}
18header(val) {
19 if (val === undefined) {
20 return this._msg.header;
21 }
22 return this._msg.header[val];
23}
71setHeader(key, value) {
72 if (!_.isString(key)) {
73 throw new TypeError('First argument: key must be a string.');
74 }
75 if (!_.isString(value)) {
76 throw new TypeError('Second argument: value must be a string.');
77 }
78 this._headers.set(key.toLowerCase(), value);
79}
489header (key, defaultValue) {
490 return nodeReq.header(this.request, key) || defaultValue
491}
443function setHeader(res, field, value) {
444 if (!res.getHeader(field))
445 res.setHeader(field, value)
446}
11header(key: string, value: string) {
12}
70Response.prototype.setHeader = function setHeader(name, value) {
71 name = utils.canonicalHeaderName(name);
72 this.headers[name] = value;
73}

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