numberformat

Based on jquery-numberformatter, without dependency on jquery, formats numbers based on a formatting string and a locale.

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numberformat
Port from jquery.numberformatter, without parsing function and without dependency on jquery or jshashtable. Originally written by Michael Abernethy (mike@abernethysoft.com), Andrew Parry (aparry0@gmail.com) Licensed under the MIT (MIT-LICENSE.txt)

Dependencies

lodash.assign

Generic functions:

formatNumber(numberString, options) - Takes a plain number as a string (e.g. '1002.0123') and returns a string of the given format options. To achieve the old way of combining parsing and formatting to keep say a input field always formatted to a given format after it has lost focus you'd simply use a combination of the functions. e.g. ``` $("#salary").blur(function(){
$(this).parseNumber({format:"#,###.00", locale:"us"});
$(this).formatNumber({format:"#,###.00", locale:"us"});
}); ``` ``` The syntax for the formatting is: 0 = Digit
= Digit, zero shows as absent
. = Decimal separator
  • = Negative sign
, = Grouping Separator % = Percent (multiplies the number by 100) ``` For example, a format of "#,###.00" and text of 4500.20 will display as "4.500,20" with a locale of "de", and "4,500.20" with a locale of "us"

As of now, the only acceptable locales are

  • Arab Emirates -> "ae"
  • Australia -> "au"
  • Austria -> "at"
  • Brazil -> "br"
  • Canada -> "ca"
  • China -> "cn"
  • Czech -> "cz"
  • Denmark -> "dk"
  • Egypt -> "eg"
  • Finland -> "fi"
  • France -> "fr"
  • Germany -> "de"
  • Greece -> "gr"
  • Great Britain -> "gb"
  • Hong Kong -> "hk"
  • India -> "in"
  • Israel -> "il"
  • Japan -> "jp"
  • Russia -> "ru"
  • South Korea -> "kr"
  • Spain -> "es"
  • Sweden -> "se"
  • Switzerland -> "ch"
  • Taiwan -> "tw"
  • Thailand -> "th"
  • United States -> "us"
  • Vietnam -> "vn"