- Added
`uncardinal()`

, which takes a character vector and attempts to convert it to a numeric.`uncardinal("twenty-five")`

produces 25.- Currently,
`uncardinal()`

only works with cardinal integers and the result of other**nombre**functions.

**nombre**outputs are now part of the S3 class`nombre`

.- This allows
`nombre`

s to go through mathematical transformations while preserving their characteristics. `cardinal(25) + cardinal(2)`

produces`"twenty-seven"`

.`adverbial(3) / 3`

produces`"once"`

.`as.numeric(ordinal(9))`

produces`9`

.

- This allows
- Default arguments are now handled with
**pkgconfig**rather than`options()`

.- This allows packages that import
**nombre**to set defaults without affecting the user or other packages.

- This allows packages that import
- Denominators that begin with “one” now omit the leading “one”.
`cardinal(3/100)`

now produces “three hundredths” rather than “three one-hundredths”.`denominator(1)`

still produces “whole”.

`collective()`

gains the arguments`of_the`

,`all_n`

, and`cardinal`

.`collective(3, all_n = FALSE)`

becomes`"all"`

rather than`"all three"`

.`collective(0:3, of_the = TRUE)`

becomes`c("none of the", "the", "both of the", "all three of the")`

rather than`c("no", "the", "both", "all three")`

.`collective(3, cardinal = FALSE)`

becomes`"all 3"`

rather than`"all three"`

.- The defaults can be changed with
`set_config("nombre::all_n", "nombre::of_the", "nombre::coll_cardinal")`

.

`cardinal()`

loses the argument`numerator`

.- Numerators should now be produced using
`numerator()`

/`nom_numer()`

.

- Numerators should now be produced using
- Decimals are now converted to fractions with
**fracture**. This allows`cardinal()`

to generate fractional components in roughly one tenth the time of the R implementation of`decimal_to_fraction()`

.- Arguments are passed to
`fracture::frac_mat()`

with`...`

.

- Arguments are passed to
- Added a
`pkgdown`

site.

`cardinal()`

gains the argument`max_n`

, which stops numbers greater that`max_n`

from being cardinalized. This is useful when you want to print small numbers in words but larger numbers numerically. Refactorization means this argument can be used by all functions.`options("nombre.max_n")`

sets a default value.

`adverbial()`

and`nom_adv()`

generate adverbials, e.g. “once”, “twice”, “three times”.`thrice = TRUE`

or`options("nombre.thrice" = TRUE)`

convert`3`

to “thrice” instead of “three times”.

- All functions now pass
`...`

to lower level functions.`ordinal()`

and`adverbial()`

pass to`cardinal()`

.`denominator()`

passes to`ordinal()`

. This allows`cardinal()`

’s`max_n`

and`negative`

to be used by all functions and`ordinal()`

’s`cardinal`

to be used by`denominator()`

.

`ordinal()`

now handles uncardinalized numeric vectors with different numbers of digits correctly. Previously, dashes would be appended to the start of the shorter numbers.`nom_ord(c(9, 10), cardinal = FALSE)`

now produces “9th, 10th” as expected, instead of “-9th, 10th” as it did previously.

Implemented a custom function to convert decimals to fractions. This removes the previous previous dependency on {MASS}.

Added package documentation page at

`?nombre`

- Initial release