human_format provides facilitates creating a formatted string, converting between numbers that are beyond typical
needs for humans into a simpler string that conveys the gist of the meaning of the number.
Add the library to your dependencies listing
[dependencies] human_format = "0.2"
Add the crate reference at your crate root
extern crate human_format;
Print some human readable strings
// "1.00 k" let tmpStr = human_format::Formatter::new() .format(1000.0); // "1.00 M" let tmpStr2 = human_format::Formatter::new() .format(1000000.0); // "1.00 B" let tmpStr3 = human_format::Formatter::new() .format(1000000000.0);
If you are so inspired you can even try playing with units and customizing your
For more examples you should review the examples on github: tests/demo.rs
Entry point to the lib. Use this to handle your formatting needs.
Provide a customized scaling scheme for your own modeling.