node-d3-format binary package in Ubuntu Hirsute amd64

 Sometimes JavaScript doesn’t display numbers the way you expect. For example,
 printing tenths with a naive simple loop might give you 0, 0.1, 0.2,
 0.30000000000000004, 0.4, 0.5, 0.6000000000000001, 0.7000000000000001, 0.8,
 0.9 - welcome to binary floating point!
 Yet rounding error is not the only reason to customize number formatting. A
 table of numbers should be formatted consistently for comparison; above, 0.0
 would be better than 0. Large numbers should have grouped digits (e.g.,
 42,000) or be in scientific or metric notation (4.2e+4, 42k). Currencies
 should have fixed precision ($3.50). Reported numerical results should be
 rounded to significant digits (4021 becomes 4000). Number formats should
 appropriate to the reader’s locale (42.000,00 or 42,000.00). The list goes on.
 Formatting numbers for human consumption is the purpose of d3-format, which is
 modeled after Python 3’s format specification mini-language (PEP 3101).
 This package contains the NodeJS package.

Publishing history

Date Status Target Pocket Component Section Priority Phased updates Version
  2020-12-17 02:14:13 UTC Published Ubuntu Hirsute amd64 release universe web Extra 1:1.4.1-3
  • Published
  • Copied from ubuntu hirsute-proposed amd64 in Primary Archive for Ubuntu
  Deleted Ubuntu Hirsute amd64 proposed universe web Extra 1:1.4.1-3
  • Removal requested .
  • Deleted by Ubuntu Archive Robot

    moved to Release

  • Published
  2020-12-17 02:15:13 UTC Superseded Ubuntu Hirsute amd64 release universe web Extra 1:1.4.1-2
  • Removal requested .
  • Superseded by amd64 build of d3-format 1:1.4.1-3 in ubuntu hirsute PROPOSED
  • Published
  • Copied from ubuntu focal-proposed amd64 in Primary Archive for Ubuntu