This is the Windows app named Numeral.js whose latest release can be downloaded as 2.0.6.tar.gz. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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You can use Numerals in the browser and in Node.js. Create an instance of a numeral, Numeral takes numbers or strings that it trys to convert into a number. Numbers can be formatted to look like currency, percentages, times, or even plain old numbers with decimal places, thousands, and abbreviations. And you can always create a custom format. Set a default format so you can use .format() without a string. The default format to '0,0'. Set a custom output when formatting numerals with a value of 0 or null. Adding your own custom formats is as easy as adding a locale. Numeral.js, while less complex, was inspired by and heavily borrowed from Moment.js Formats now exist in their own files and act more or less as plugins. Check out the bytes format for an example of how to create one. When naming locale files use the ISO 639-1 language codes supplemented by ISO 3166-1 country codes when necessary.
- Use it in the browser and in Node.js
- Create an instance of a numeral, Numeral takes numbers or strings that it trys to convert into a number
- Numbers can be formatted to look like currency, percentages, times, or even plain old numbers with decimal places
- Find the difference between your numeral object and a value
- Go ahead and clone any numeral object while you're at it
- Set a default format so you can use .format() without a string
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