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Globalize provides number formatting and parsing, date and time formatting and parsing, currency formatting, message formatting (ICU message format pattern), and plural support.
Globalize is based on the Unicode Consortium's Common Locale Data Repository (CLDR), the largest and most extensive...
A Collection of Fuzzy String Algorithms for .NET. Partially derived from multiple open sources. See individual algorithm classes for attributions.
A Collection of Fuzzy String Algorithms for .NET Classic and .NET Core.
14,816 total downloads
Nice and useful .NET extensions
Check the README on Github for more information.
"Pluralize" strings inline. Similar to String.Format(), but with sentences. Pluralizer allows you to use one string to express two variations (singular or plural) of a sentence that are dependent on a numeric value.
Add an XML file for all translated strings in an application, usually similar from app to app
Core .Net library used by Rhythm Agency.
An extension for string class in .net standard
Powerful set of utilities for any kind of string transformations with fluent interface
1,450 total downloads
Core .Net parsing library used by Rhythm Agency.
Simple strings Compares (measuring the difference between two sequences)
In this version allow:
- Levenshtein distance
- Tanimoto coefficient
- Hamming distance
String and text helpers and utilities.
A portable library for .NET that implements character encodings used in Web pages and email.
HTML Helper extensions for the Pluralizer package, which allows you to "Pluralize" strings inline.
The package is a part of Saritasa Tools project. Saritasa.Tools.Common contains various utilities and extensions for DateTime convertion, strings manipulation, validation utils (Guard), parse with default, flow (memoize, retry), collection processing (chunk select), atomic (CAS, swap), strings hash...
Provides base classes to automagically parse concrete types (and primitives) to/from a string. Custom types can easily be created to validate the given string against a regular expression, so you know the string is "correct".