any-number-to-words

2.0.5 • Public • Published

Any number to words

A string based number to words converter. It can convert from very small to large decimal numbers(just for fun 🌈).

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Installation

npm i any-number-to-words

API

Initialization

ES6 module format:

import {Converter} from "any-number-to-words";
const converter = new Converter();

CommonJS module format:

const {Converter} = require("any-number-to-words");
const converter = new Converter();

The default locale is enUS(English). To convert in to other locales(eg. bnBD) you also need to import or require the locales:

// bnBD is for Bengali
import {Converter, bnBD} from "any-number-to-words";
const converter = new Converter(bnBD);

Or

const {Converter, bnBD} = require("any-number-to-words");
const converter = new Converter(bnBD);

Meat of the matter

Syntax:

converter.toWords(number|string, [options]);
  • 1st parameter(number|string): It can be a JavaScript number or a string. If it is a string it should follow the same syntax as JavaScript decimal number.
  • 2nd parameter([options|locale], optional): It is used to provide optional settings like comma separator: {comma: true}. However it can be used to override the whole locale. Or it can given some locale too to use that local temporarily.

Examples:

// --- assuming the locale is enUS ---

converter.toWords(1729);                // → one thousand seven hundred twenty-nine 

// turn on commas
converter.toWords(1729, {comma: true}); // → one thousand, seven hundred twenty-nine

// string as input
converter.toWords('1729');              // → one thousand, seven hundred twenty-nine

// You can also use exponent notation
converter.toWords('1729e100');          // → seventeen tretrigintillion twenty-nine googol

That's basically it. Have fun!

Currently supported locales

  • enUS for English.
  • bnBD for Bengali.
  • hiIN for Hindi.

Contributions, Comments and Bugs

Contributions, comments and/or bug reports are very much appreciated. Open a pull request or add comments on the issues page. Thanks!

License

MIT

Acknowledgements

Change Log

Version 2.0.5

  • Added babel.config.json file which I forgot to add.

Version 2.0.4

  • Fixed the bug of not translating minus sign for non en-us locales.

Version 2.0.3

  • Updated documentation.

Version 2.0.2

  • Fixed the bug of not translating decimal point for non en-us locales.

Version 2.0.1

  • Added documentation.
  • Fixed the bug of not translating fractional part for non en-us locales.

Version 2.0.0

  • Made the package hybrid to support both ES6 modules syntax and CommonJS syntax.
  • Made changes to API. Set Converter as named export.
  • Added locales: bnBD and hiIN.

Version 1.0.0

  • Initial release.

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