Working with Node.js Streams

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In this lab, you will learn how to work with streams in Node.js. You'll create readable, writable, and transform streams, and handle data events. Moreover, you will use the stream.finished() method to know when a stream is done.

A stream is an abstraction in Node.js that represents a sequence of data over time. The data can be read from a source, written to a destination, or transformed in real-time. Streams provide a way to work with large amounts of data efficiently and elegantly.

For this lab, we'll be using the stream module available in Node.js, so no external library installations are required.