# Extension:FormatNum/pl

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FormatNum
Status wydania: niewspierane
Realizacja Funkcja parsera
Opis Passes number formatting instruction to PHP function `number_format`
Autor(zy) Daniel Schuba (DaSchtalk)
Ostatnia wersja 0.6.2 (2014-11-07)
Licencja GNU General Public License 2.0 lub późniejsza
Pobieranie
README
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Extension FormatNum makes it easier to format numbers in the style you want, independent of language settings. For input "english" format is used with point as decimal separator.

## Usage

• {{#formatnum:number|number of decimals|decimal separator|thousand separator|old thousand separator}}
• {{#formatnum:number|decs=number of decimals|dsep=decimal separator|tsep=thousand separator|otsep=old thousand separator|format=DIN or ISO|mint=minimal number to separate thousands}}
• otsep: thousands separator in the number given, that will be removed. For example when having a number like 123.456.789,123 and setting otsep=. will remove all points from the number before converting.
• mint: the minimal number given to separate thousands. For example when setting to 4 the number 1234 will remain as is and 12345 will be separated to 12 345.

## Przykłady

{{#formatnum: 2300.123|2|,|_}}
rezultat: 2 300,12
{{#formatnum: 2300.123|2|.|,}}
rezultat: 2,300.12
{{#formatnum: 2300.123|2}}
rezultat: 2,300.12
{{#formatnum: 2300.123|2|,|t}}
rezultat: 2 300,12

As thousand separator the following parameters can be also used

• n – will be &nbsp;
• t – will be &thinsp;

## Pobieranie

### Download using Git

``` git clone https://github.com/DaSchTour/FormatNum.git ```

## Instalacja

Download the files from GitHub. Put them in /extensions/FormatNum and add the following to your LocalSettings.php

```require_once( "\$IP/extensions/FormatNum/FormatNum.php" );
```

## Use Example

On Wikipedia formatting of numbers is done with complex templates like this. With the #formatnum parser this would be a lot easier.