How to use 'eslint ignore comments' in JavaScript

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33function isPrettierIgnoreComment(comment) {
34 return comment.image.match(
35 /(\/\/(\s*)prettier-ignore(\s*))|(\/\*(\s*)prettier-ignore(\s*)\*\/)/gm
36 );
37}
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47export default function blankComments(code, file, options) {
48 const comments = options.comments
49
50 const onComment = function (block, text, start, end) {
51 if (comments !== false) {
52 text = (block ? '*' : '/') + text
53 for (let i = 0; i < comments.length; i++) {
54 if (comments[i].test(text)) return
55 }
56 }
57 text = code.slice(start, end).replace(NOBLANK, blankBlock)
58 code = code.slice(0, start) + text + code.slice(end)
59 }
60
61 // Now replace the comments. As blankComment will not change code
62 // positions, trimming empty lines will be easy.
63 acorn.parse(code, Object.assign(
64 {},
65 options.acornOptions,
66 { onComment }
67 ))
68
69 return code
70}

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