A wide-character aware text alignment function for use in terminals / on the console.
var align = require('wide-align') // Note that if you view this on a unicode console, all of the slashes are // aligned. This is because on a console, all narrow characters are // an en wide and all wide characters are an em. In browsers, this isn't // held to and wide characters like "古" can be less than two narrow // characters even with a fixed width font. console.log(align.center('abc', 10)) // ' abc ' console.log(align.center('古古古', 10)) // ' 古古古 ' console.log(align.left('abc', 10)) // 'abc ' console.log(align.left('古古古', 10)) // '古古古 ' console.log(align.right('abc', 10)) // ' abc' console.log(align.right('古古古', 10)) // ' 古古古'
Returns str with spaces added to both sides such that that it is length chars long and centered in the spaces.
Returns str with spaces to the right such that it is length chars long.
Returns str with spaces to the left such that it is length chars long.
A wide-character aware text alignment function for use on the console or with fixed width fonts.
The npm package wide-align receives a total of 11,485,690 weekly downloads. As such, wide-align popularity was classified as popular.
We found that wide-align demonstrated a not healthy version release cadence and project activity because the last version was released a year ago.It has 1 open source maintainer collaborating on the project.
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