Buffer writeInt16BE Lab

25.0% Acceptance

In this lab, you will be working with Node.js Buffers, specifically the writeInt16BE() method. This method is used to write a specified 16-bit integer value at the designated offset in Big Endian format. The purpose of this lab is to help you understand the usage, range, and effect of using the writeInt16BE() function in different scenarios.

The lab consists of multiple challenges requiring you to implement different use-cases where writeInt16BE() can be helpful. You will be exporting different functions, variables, and Buffers as per the individual challenge requirements, and these exports will be checked for correctness using the evaluation script. Remember to use ESM syntax for imports and exports.

Before starting this lab, make sure you are familiar with Node.js Buffers, Big Endian format, and ESM syntax for imports and exports.