readint

Localized written number parsing

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Node application for a localized written number parsing, thought for being easily translated.

Examples

You can check out a demonstration of the component on its webpage.

Installation

Using NPM (Node Packaged Modules)

npm install readint

Using component

npm install component
component install nmussy/readint

Standalone JavaScript version (component'ed)

Download either the full or minified version in the dist folder, and include it to your web page.

Usage

readint(str[, locale])

Here's a list of the supported locales:

  • en English (default)
  • fr French
  • es Spanish
  • de German

Testing suite

230/230 passing
make test

Translation files structure

All fields are mandatory, even if empty.

  • split (string, regex) – Used to .split() the input string into number tokens.
  • replace (array) – Contains arrays used as parameters by the .replace() function :
    • (string, regex) – Value that will be replaced.
    • (string) – Value that will replace the searched value.
  • LTRlevels (array) – Contains the levels that have to be read from left to right (for an explanation of what a level is, see the next field.) e.g., in English, the Level 1 is read from left to right (seventeen: 7 + 10), unlike French (dix-sept: 10 + 7)
  • values (array) – Contains the written numbers of the language, ordered by ascending level. To simplify the translation and the execution, the given string number is tokenized, and each token is assigned its numbered value, and the level in which it is contained. Each level contains the level beneath it. The level 0 is used for digits and exceptions.
    • (object) – {"stringValue": integerValue}

Licence

MIT

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