Pluralize or singularize nouns in your Node.js projects.
Adapted from Natural by chrisumbel
If you're just looking to consume tense without your own node application please install the NPM
npm install tense
If you're interested in contributing to tense or just hacking it then by all means fork away!
var Tense = require('tense'); var tense = new Tense();
to pluralize a word (outputs "radii")
to singularize a word (outputs "beer")
Like many of the other features String can be patched to perform the operations directly. The "Noun" suffix to the methods is necessary as verbs may be supported in the future.
tense.attach(); console.log('radius'.pluralizeNoun()); console.log('beers'.singularizeNoun());
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