kansuji

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kansuji

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Node module to convert numbers into Japanese Kansuji string (number in Chinese characters).

Install

npm install kansuji

Usage

kansuji(n, options = {})

Convert a number into Japanese Kansuji string.

n can be a Number or a String in Arabic numerals.

Options

Key Description Default
unit If set to false, don't use units and just convert each digit true
ichi If set to true, don't omit (ichi) before , ,
If set to Array, don't omit before each member like 1000 of the array
false
daiji If set to true, use Daiji numbers like 壱弐参,
If set to "old", use old-style Daiji numbers like 零壱弐参肆伍陸漆捌玖, 拾佰阡萬
false
wide If set to true, allow wide-character numbers like 123 for input false

Example

var kansuji = require("kansuji");
 
console.log(kansuji(123));
// => "百二十三"
 
console.log(kansuji(12345));
// => "一万二千三百四十五"
 
console.log(kansuji(12345, { unit: false }));
// => "一二三四五"
 
console.log(kansuji(1001, { unit: false }));
// => "一〇〇一"
 
console.log(kansuji(11111));
// => "一万千百十一"
 
console.log(kansuji(11111, { ichi: true }));
// => "一万一千一百一十一"
 
console.log(kansuji(11111, { ichi: [1000, 100] }));
// => "一万一千一百十一"
 
console.log(kansuji(12.34));
// => "十二・三四"
 
console.log(kansuji("123"));
// => "百二十三"
 
console.log(kansuji("0123"));
// => "百二十三"
 
console.log(kansuji("123ABC"));
// => "百二十三"
 
console.log(kansuji("0123", { unit: false }));
// => "〇一二三"
 
console.log(kansuji("123.456"));
// => "百二十三・四五六"
 
console.log(kansuji("ABC"));
// => TypeError("Non-number string can't be converted")
 
console.log(kansuji(123, { daiji: true }));
// => "百弐拾参"
 
console.log(kansuji(1234567890, { daiji: true }));
// => "拾弐億参千四百五拾六万七千八百九拾"
 
console.log(kansuji(123, { daiji: true, unit: false }));
// => "壱弐参"
 
console.log(kansuji(1234567890, { daiji: "old" }));
// => "拾弐億参阡肆佰伍拾陸萬漆阡捌佰玖拾"
 
console.log(kansuji("123"));
// => TypeError("Non-number string can't be converted")
 
console.log(kansuji("123", { wide: true }));
// => "百二十三"
 
console.log(kansuji(Infinity));
// => TypeError("Infinity can't be converted")
 
console.log(kansuji(NaN));
// => TypeError("NaN can't be converted")

Testing

npm test

Contributing

  1. Fork it!
  2. Create your feature branch: git checkout -b my-new-feature
  3. Commit your changes: git commit -am 'Add some feature'
  4. Push to the branch: git push origin my-new-feature
  5. Submit a pull request :D

License

MIT (See LICENSE)

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