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django.contrib.humanize

A set of Django template filters useful for adding a “human touch” to data.

To activate these filters, add 'django.contrib.humanize' to your INSTALLED_APPS setting. Once you’ve done that, use {% load humanize %} in a template, and you’ll have access to the following filters.

apnumber

For numbers 1-9, returns the number spelled out. Otherwise, returns the number. This follows Associated Press style.

Examples:

  • 1 becomes one.
  • 2 becomes two.
  • 10 becomes 10.

You can pass in either an integer or a string representation of an integer.

intcomma

Converts an integer or float (or a string representation of either) to a string containing commas every three digits.

Examples:

  • 4500 becomes 4,500.
  • 4500.2 becomes 4,500.2.
  • 45000 becomes 45,000.
  • 450000 becomes 450,000.
  • 4500000 becomes 4,500,000.

Format localization will be respected if enabled, e.g. with the 'de' language:

  • 45000 becomes '45.000'.
  • 450000 becomes '450.000'.

intword

Converts a large integer (or a string representation of an integer) to a friendly text representation. Translates 1.0 as a singular phrase and all other numeric values as plural, this may be incorrect for some languages. Works best for numbers over 1 million.

Examples:

  • 1000000 becomes 1.0 million.
  • 1200000 becomes 1.2 million.
  • 1200000000 becomes 1.2 billion.
  • -1200000000 becomes -1.2 billion.

Values up to 10^100 (Googol) are supported.

Format localization will be respected if enabled, e.g. with the 'de' language:

  • 1000000 becomes '1,0 Million'.
  • 1200000 becomes '1,2 Millionen'.
  • 1200000000 becomes '1,2 Milliarden'.
  • -1200000000 becomes '-1,2 Milliarden'.

naturalday

For dates that are the current day or within one day, return “today”, “tomorrow” or “yesterday”, as appropriate. Otherwise, format the date using the passed in format string.

Argument: Date formatting string as described in the date tag.

Examples (when ‘today’ is 17 Feb 2007):

  • 16 Feb 2007 becomes yesterday.
  • 17 Feb 2007 becomes today.
  • 18 Feb 2007 becomes tomorrow.
  • Any other day is formatted according to given argument or the DATE_FORMAT setting if no argument is given.

naturaltime

For datetime values, returns a string representing how many seconds, minutes or hours ago it was – falling back to the timesince format if the value is more than a day old. In case the datetime value is in the future the return value will automatically use an appropriate phrase.

Examples (when ‘now’ is 17 Feb 2007 16:30:00):

  • 17 Feb 2007 16:30:00 becomes now.
  • 17 Feb 2007 16:29:31 becomes 29 seconds ago.
  • 17 Feb 2007 16:29:00 becomes a minute ago.
  • 17 Feb 2007 16:25:35 becomes 4 minutes ago.
  • 17 Feb 2007 15:30:29 becomes 59 minutes ago.
  • 17 Feb 2007 15:30:01 becomes 59 minutes ago.
  • 17 Feb 2007 15:30:00 becomes an hour ago.
  • 17 Feb 2007 13:31:29 becomes 2 hours ago.
  • 16 Feb 2007 13:31:29 becomes 1 day, 2 hours ago.
  • 16 Feb 2007 13:30:01 becomes 1 day, 2 hours ago.
  • 16 Feb 2007 13:30:00 becomes 1 day, 3 hours ago.
  • 17 Feb 2007 16:30:30 becomes 30 seconds from now.
  • 17 Feb 2007 16:30:29 becomes 29 seconds from now.
  • 17 Feb 2007 16:31:00 becomes a minute from now.
  • 17 Feb 2007 16:34:35 becomes 4 minutes from now.
  • 17 Feb 2007 17:30:29 becomes an hour from now.
  • 17 Feb 2007 18:31:29 becomes 2 hours from now.
  • 18 Feb 2007 16:31:29 becomes 1 day from now.
  • 26 Feb 2007 18:31:29 becomes 1 week, 2 days from now.

ordinal

Converts an integer to its ordinal as a string.

Examples:

  • 1 becomes 1st.
  • 2 becomes 2nd.
  • 3 becomes 3rd.

You can pass in either an integer or a string representation of an integer.

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