551 packages returned for Tags:"string-formatting"

TypeNameFormatter provides some extension methods that can be used instead of Type.ToString() to format a type's name the way it would look in C#: * StringBuilder.AppendFormattedName(Type, [TypeNameFormatOptions]) * Type.GetFormattedName([TypeNameFormatOptions]) See the README at the project's... More information
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  • last updated 7/19/2019
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A collection of utilities for working with strings in .NET.
The implementation of this string formatting function is inspired by .NET's (and other Microsoft® products') Composite Formatting feature. Therefore the behaviour and method signatures match what's described in the "Getting started with the String.Format method" MSDN article as closely as possible.... More information
Provides better code maintainability by simple yet powerful .Params() string extension to supplement/replace string.Format(). Accepts numeric, named and reference parameters. More details and examples in XML tooltips. NUMERIC EXAMPLE: return "test={0}".Params("value"); returns... More information
The package is a collection of libraries that can be used for literate programming with F# (great for building documentation) and for generating library documentation from inline code comments. The key componments are Markdown parser, tools for formatting F# code snippets, including tool tip type... More information
This is a JavaScript implementation of the .NET Framework method String.Format, which you can use for building strings with formatted numbers, formatted dates, or just concatenate strings with other objects in a convenient way (especially if you have a localized web application). Currently the... More information