how to use the argumentoutofrangeerror function from the rxjs library in typescript

You can use the ArgumentOutOfRangeError class from the rxjs library in TypeScript like this:

import { ArgumentOutOfRangeError } from 'rxjs';

// example function that takes an argument and throws an error if it's out of range
function checkRange(num: number): void {
  const min = 1;
  const max = 10;
  if (num < min || num > max) {
    throw new ArgumentOutOfRangeError();

// example usage
try {
  checkRange(15); // this will throw an ArgumentOutOfRangeError
} catch (error) {
  if (error instanceof ArgumentOutOfRangeError) {
    console.error('Argument is out of range!');
  } else {
    console.error('Unexpected error:', error);
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In the above example, we import the ArgumentOutOfRangeError class from the rxjs library. We define a function called checkRange that takes a number argument and throws an ArgumentOutOfRangeError if the number is less than 1 or greater than 10. We then use a try-catch block to call this function with an argument of 15, which will throw an ArgumentOutOfRangeError. Finally, we catch the error and check if it's an instance of ArgumentOutOfRangeError, and log an appropriate error message in the console.

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