#sort #natural

naturalize

Convert a string to a convenient view for natural sorting

3 releases

✓ Uses Rust 2018 edition

0.1.2 Mar 4, 2020
0.1.1 Mar 3, 2020
0.1.0 Feb 5, 2020

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naturalize

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Convert a string to a convenient view for natural sorting.

E.g., output string may be stored into database for ordering by.

Usage

To use naturalize, first add this to your Cargo.toml:

[dependencies]
naturalize = "0.1"

Next, add this to your crate:

extern crate naturalize;

use naturalize::to_natural;

Examples:

use naturalize::to_natural;

let nat = to_natural("abc123def").unwrap();
assert_eq!(nat, "abc0000000123def");
use naturalize::to_natural;

let nat = to_natural("").unwrap();
assert_eq!(nat, "");
use naturalize::to_natural;

let nat = to_natural("1020").unwrap();
assert_eq!(nat, "0000001020");
use naturalize::to_natural;

let nat = to_natural("102030405060708090").unwrap();
assert_eq!(nat, "102030405060708090");
use naturalize::to_natural;

let nat = to_natural("Hello").unwrap();
assert_eq!(nat, "Hello");
use naturalize::to_natural;

let nat = to_natural("10 apples").unwrap();
assert_eq!(nat, "0000000010 apples");
use naturalize::to_natural;

let nat = to_natural("apples 10").unwrap();
assert_eq!(nat, "apples 0000000010");
use naturalize::to_natural;

let nat = to_natural("172.29.21.151").unwrap();
assert_eq!(nat, "0000000172.0000000029.0000000021.0000000151");
use naturalize::to_natural;

let nat = to_natural("IP = 172.29.21.151").unwrap();
assert_eq!(nat, "IP = 0000000172.0000000029.0000000021.0000000151");

Dependencies

~695KB
~13K SLoC