@theoryofnekomata/normalize-exponential

    1.0.1 • Public • Published

    normalize-exponential

    Normalizes exponential format in float-parseable strings.

    Why?

    If, for example, you want to work on floating point values without needing to parse it (as it loses the precision), and you want to be able to represent your values into an exponential notation, you'll need something like this package.

    Installation

    Via NPM:

    $ npm install --save @theoryofnekomata/normalize-exponential
    

    Usage

    var normalizeExp = require('@theoryofnekomata/normalize-exponential');
     
    var floatStr = '00003453.654345000e+34',
        normalizedFloat = normalizeExp(floatStr); // returns 3.453654345e+37
     
    // ...

    Notes

    It enforces the output to be in lowercase (i.e. 'e' instead of 'E').

    Contribution

    Sure thing! Just clone the repo.

    to-sass-value uses Jasmine for unit tests, and ESLint to make sure code is written consistently (and implied it will run consistently as well).

    • Run npm install upon initial clone.
    • Run npm test and make sure all the tests pass and properly written.
    • Run npm run lint to ensure consistency of your code (make sure to install ESLint first).
    • Create PRs so that I can confirm and merge your contributions.

    Please star the repo if you find it useful in your projects.

    License

    MIT. See LICENSE file for details.

    Install

    npm i @theoryofnekomata/normalize-exponential

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    Version

    1.0.1

    License

    MIT

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