perl-Number-Format

Perl extension for formatting numbers

These functions provide an easy means of formatting numbers in a manner suitable for displaying to the user. There are two ways to use this package. One is to declare an object of type Number::Format, which you can think of as a formatting engine. The various functions defined here are provided as object methods. The constructor 'new()' can be used to set the parameters of the formatting engine. Valid parameters are: THOUSANDS_SEP - character inserted between groups of 3 digits DECIMAL_POINT - character separating integer and fractional parts MON_THOUSANDS_SEP - like THOUSANDS_SEP, but used for format_price MON_DECIMAL_POINT - like DECIMAL_POINT, but used for format_price INT_CURR_SYMBOL - character(s) denoting currency (see format_price()) DECIMAL_DIGITS - number of digits to the right of dec point (def 2) DECIMAL_FILL - boolean; whether to add zeroes to fill out decimal NEG_FORMAT - format to display negative numbers (def ``-x'') KILO_SUFFIX - suffix to add when format_bytes formats kilobytes (trad) MEGA_SUFFIX - " " " " " " megabytes (trad) GIGA_SUFFIX - " " " " " " gigabytes (trad) KIBI_SUFFIX - suffix to add when format_bytes formats kibibytes (iec) MEBI_SUFFIX - " " " " " " mebibytes (iec) GIBI_SUFFIX - " " " " " " gibibytes (iec) They may be specified in upper or lower case, with or without a leading hyphen ( - ).

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