French representation of numbers in Rust
french-numbers crate for Rust allows the formatting of numbers in the French language in a Rust program.
A command-line utility allows to create those numbers without any programming:
% french-number --prefix --feminine 99 102 99 quatre-vingt-dix-neuf 100 cent 101 cent-une 102 cent-deux % french-number 7293742897481 sept-billions-deux-cent-quatre-vingt-treize-milliards-sept-cent-quarante-deux-\ millions-huit-cent-quatre-vingt-dix-sept-mille-quatre-cent-quatre-vingt-un
This post (in French) gives more details.
Using french-numbersIn order to use french-numbers, you can add it to your
Cargo.tomlas a dependency
and then use the crate in your application by importing it, as in
[dependencies] french-numbers = "1"
The package documentation is available online.
extern crate french-numbers; use french-numbers::*;
Published version (1)You can access the crate from and the .
Development versionYou can get the current development version of french-numbers using git:
This will create a
git clone https://github.com/samueltardieu/french-numbers.git
french-numbersdirectory in which you will be able to record your own changes. You can also browse the french-numbers repository on GitHub.
Contributing to french-numbers
Reporting bugs and asking for featuresIf you find a bug or have an idea for a new feature, you might consider adding a new issue. The more precise you will be in your description, the more useful it will be.
Patches are gladly accepted from their original author. Along with any patches, please state that the patch is your original work and that you license the work to the french-numbers project under a license compatible with the current one (Apache 2.0 license / MIT license).
To propose a patch, you may fork the french-numbers repository on GitHub, and issue a pull request. You may also send patches and pull requests by email.