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plover-number-format

Formats numbers in the specified format.

    1.2.0

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Plover Number Format

Transforms a previous number in the specified manner. Currently, four actions are supported:

number_format_insert

Formats the previous number in a similar way that Case CATalyst does. Read their guidelines here:

https://www.stenograph.com/content/files/documents/casecatalyst4%20manual.pdf (page 397)

Example:

 "A*PL": "{:number_format_insert:nN:NN} a.m."
 "T*F": "{:number_format_insert:X (XXn) NNN-NNNN}"
 "S*F": "{:number_format_insert:NNN-NN-NNNN}"
 
 248/A*PL
 2:48 a.m.
 
 1259/A*PL
 12:59 a.m.
 
 1234567890/T*F
 (123) 456-7890
 
 3333333/T*F
 333-3333
 
 987654321/S*F
 987-65-4321

number_format_roman

Transforms the previous number into a Roman numeral. There are two arguments:

The first argument specifies the method of conversion. 0: standard; 1: additive.

The second argument specifies the letter case. 0: upper; 1: lower.

Example:

 "R*PB": "{:number_format_roman:0:0}"
 "R*PBS": "{:number_format_roman:1:0}"
 "SR*PB": "{:number_format_roman:0:1}"
 
 2021/R*PB
 MMXXI
 
 19/R*PB
 XIX
 
 19/R*PBS
 XVIIII
 
 19/SR*PB
 xix

number_word_conversion

Converts a previous number to various forms. Accepts cardinal (ex. 12) or ordinal (ex. 12th) numbers, with or without comma separators and/or decimal places, positive or negative. (Does not accept words like "twelve" yet, that's a work in progress.)

Contains two mandatory arguments followed by four optional ones (optional arguments can be arranged in any order):

I. 1: cardinal, 2: ordinal, 0: retain the original form. (ordinal numbers cannot have decimal places)

II. 1: number, 2: word.

III. c1: add comma separators; c2: remove comma separators; c0: retain the original form.

IV. s#: retain # number of significant figures.

V. d#: retain # number of decimal places.

VI. m1: use -(U+002D) as the minus sign; m2: use −(U+2212) as the minus sign; m0: retain the original minus sign

Example:

9223372036854775807 {:number_word_conversion:2:2}
nine quintillion two hundred twenty-three quadrillion three hundred seventy-two trillion thirty-six billion eight hundred fifty-four million seven hundred seventy-five thousand eight hundred seventh

-1,234.567 {:number_word_conversion:0:2}
negative one thousand two hundred thirty-four point five six seven

5th {:number_word_conversion:0:2}
fifth

101st {:number_word_conversion:1:1}
101

2345 {:number_word_conversion:2:1:c1}
2,345th

1234.5678 {:number_word_conversion:2:1:s3:c1}
1,230th

-765.4 {:number_word_conversion:1:1:d3:m2}
−765.400

retro_insert_currency

Inserts a currency symbol (or any symbol, really) in front of the previous number.

Unlike Plover's natively supported command, this command ignores any decimal points, comma separators and any letters or words following the number.

The first argument indicates the number of words to search for. For example, if it is 1, the command will only work if the last word is a number; if it is 10, then the command will affect the most recent number within the previous 10 words.

The second argument is the symbol you want to add in front of that number.

Example:

 "TKHR*": "{:retro_insert_currency:10:$}"
 "TKHR*BG": "{:retro_insert_currency:10:CAD }"
 "P*PBD": "{:retro_insert_currency:10:£}"
 
 1.9 million/TKHR*
 $1.9 million
 
 2,000,000.00/TKHR*BG
 CAD 2,000,000.00
 
 13B bill/P*PBD
 £13B bill

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