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Simple utility to deal with formatting and parsing price. When asking a user to input a price, you should expect just about anything:
US$ 3.900,90- -£5,016.43 -$8,202.97 100,000,000.90 100.000.000,99 19,95 € € 19.99 $1,-
So unless we restrict the user, we have to deal with this.
npm install format-price
var Price = require('format-price'); var amount = Price.parse('US$ 3.900,90-'); // => -3900.90
This is a RegExp based price parser, and it should be able to deal with most (western)
number formatting, as provided by
Intl.NumberFormat. See the examples in the introduction.
Format a number according to locale and currency:
Price.format( 'fr-FR', 'EUR', 19.99 ); // => 19,99 €
This is really just a small wrapper around
Intl.NumberFormat provided for symetry
and shorter code.