Module:Convert/text

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-- Text used by Module:Convert for enwiki. -- This is a separate module to simplify translation for use on another wiki. -- See en:Template:Convert/Transwiki guide if copying to another wiki.

-- Some units accept an SI prefix before the unit code, such as "kg" for kilogram. local SIprefixes = { -- The prefix field is what the prefix should be, if different from the prefix used. ['Y'] = { exponent = 24, name = 'yotta', }, ['Z'] = { exponent = 21, name = 'zetta', }, ['E'] = { exponent = 18, name = 'exa' , }, ['P'] = { exponent = 15, name = 'peta' , }, ['T'] = { exponent = 12, name = 'tera' , }, ['G'] = { exponent = 9, name = 'giga' , }, ['M'] = { exponent = 6, name = 'mega' , }, ['k'] = { exponent = 3, name = 'kilo' , }, ['h'] = { exponent = 2, name = 'hecto', }, ['da']= { exponent = 1, name = 'deca' , name_us = 'deka' }, ['d'] = { exponent = -1, name = 'deci' , }, ['c'] = { exponent = -2, name = 'centi', }, ['m'] = { exponent = -3, name = 'milli', }, ['μ'] = { exponent = -6, name = 'micro', }, -- key = 'GREEK SMALL LETTER MU' (U+03BC) utf-8 CE BC ['µ'] = { exponent = -6, name = 'micro', prefix = 'μ' }, -- key = 'MICRO SIGN' (U+00B5) utf-8 C2 B5 ['u'] = { exponent = -6, name = 'micro', prefix = 'μ' }, -- not an SI prefix, but allow for people typing this ['n'] = { exponent = -9, name = 'nano' , }, ['p'] = { exponent =-12, name = 'pico' , }, ['f'] = { exponent =-15, name = 'femto', }, ['a'] = { exponent =-18, name = 'atto' , }, ['z'] = { exponent =-21, name = 'zepto', }, ['y'] = { exponent =-24, name = 'yocto', }, }

-- Some units can be qualified with one of the following prefixes, when linked. local customary_units = { { "US", link = "United States customary units" }, { "U.S.", link = "United States customary units" }, { "imperial", link = "Imperial units" }, { "imp", link = "Imperial units" }, }

-- Names when using engineering notation (a prefix of "eN" where N is a number; example "e6km"). -- key = { "name", link = "article title", exponent = numeric_key_value } -- If lk=on and link is defined, the name of the number will appear as a link. local eng_scales = { ["3"] = { "thousand", exponent = 3 }, ["6"] = { "million", exponent = 6 }, ["9"] = { "billion", link = "1000000000 (number)", exponent = 9 }, ["12"] = { "trillion", link = "1000000000000 (number)", exponent = 12 }, ["15"] = { "quadrillion", link = "1000000000000000 (number)", exponent = 15 }, }

local all_categories = { unit = "", option = "", warning = , tracking = , }

-- For some error messages, the following puts the wanted style around -- each unit code marked like '...%{ft%}...'. local unitcode_regex = '%%([{}])' local unitcode_replace = { ['{'] = '"', ['}'] = '"' } -- no longer need the more elaborate substitute used before 2013-09-28

-- All messages that may be displayed if a problem occurs. local all_messages = { -- Message format string: $1=title, $2=text, $3=category, $4=anchor. -- Each displayed message starts with "Convert:" so can easily locate by searching article. cvt_format = '[convert: $2]$3', cvt_format2 = '$2$3', cvt_format_preview = 'Error in convert: $1 (help)$3', -- Each of following messages is a table: -- { [1] = 'title', -- mouseover title text -- [2] = 'text', -- link text displayed in article -- [3] = 'category key', -- key to lookup category in all_categories -- [4] = 'anchor', -- anchor for link to relevant section on help page -- regex = gsub_regex, -- replace = gsub_table, -- } Mouseover title text Link text CatKey Anchor cvt_bad_input = { 'input "$1" must be a number and unit' , 'invalid input' , 'option', 'invalid_input' }, cvt_bad_num = { 'Value "$1" must be a number' , 'invalid number' , 'option', 'invalid_number' }, cvt_big_prec = { 'Precision "$1" is too large' , 'precision too large' , 'option', 'precision_too_large' }, cvt_invalid_num = { 'Number has overflowed' , 'number overflow' , 'option', 'number_overflow' }, cvt_no_num = { 'Needs the number to be converted' , 'needs a number' , 'option', 'needs_number' }, cvt_no_num2 = { 'Needs another number for a range' , 'needs another number', 'option', 'needs_another_number' }, cvt_bad_frac = { '"$1" needs an integer above 1' , 'invalid fraction' , 'option', 'invalid_fraction' }, cvt_bad_prec = { 'Precision "$1" must be an integer' , 'invalid precision' , 'option', 'invalid_precision' }, cvt_bad_sigfig = { '"$1" needs a positive integer' , 'invalid sigfig' , 'option', 'invalid_sigfig' }, cvt_empty_option = { 'Ignored empty option "$1"' , 'empty option' , 'option', 'empty_option' }, cvt_deprecated = { 'Option "$1" is deprecated' , '*' , 'option', 'deprecated_option', format = 'cvt_format2', nowarn = true }, cvt_no_spell = { 'Spelling is not available' , 'bug, ask for help' , 'option', 'ask_for_help' }, cvt_unknown_option = { 'Ignored invalid option "$1"' , 'invalid option' , 'option', 'invalid_option' }, cvt_wd_fail = { 'Unable to access Wikidata' , 'wikidata problem' , 'option', 'wikidata_problem' }, cvt_bad_default = { 'Unit "$1" has an invalid default' , 'bug, ask for help' , 'unit' , 'ask_for_help' }, cvt_bad_unit = { 'Unit "$1" is invalid here' , 'unit invalid here' , 'unit' , 'unit_invalid_here' }, cvt_no_default = { 'Unit "$1" has no default output unit' , 'bug, ask for help' , 'unit' , 'ask_for_help' }, cvt_no_unit = { 'Needs name of unit' , 'needs unit name' , 'unit' , 'needs_unit_name' }, cvt_unknown = { 'Unit name "$1" is not known' , 'unknown unit' , 'unit' , 'unknown_unit' }, cvt_should_be = { '$1' , 'ambiguous unit' , 'unit' , 'ambiguous_unit', regex = unitcode_regex, replace = unitcode_replace }, cvt_mismatch = { 'Cannot convert "$1" to "$2"' , 'unit mismatch' , 'unit' , 'unit_mismatch' }, cvt_bug_convert = { 'Bug: Cannot convert between specified units', 'bug, ask for help' , 'unit' , 'ask_for_help' }, cvt_lookup = { 'Unit "$1" is incorrectly defined' , 'bug, ask for help' , 'unit' , 'ask_for_help' }, }

-- Text to join input value/unit with output value/unit. local disp_joins = { -- [1]=before output, [2]=after output, [3]=between outputs in a combination; default "; " -- [wantname] gives default abbr=off ["or"] = { " or " , "" , " or ", wantname = true }, ["sqbr-sp"] = { " [" , "]" }, ["sqbr-nbsp"] = { " [" , "]" }, ["comma"] = { ", " , "" , ", " }, ["slash-sp"] = { " / " , "" , wantname = true }, ["slash-nbsp"] = { " / ", "" , wantname = true }, ["slash-nosp"] = { "/" , "" , wantname = true }, ["b"] = { " (" , ")" }, ["(or)"] = { " (" , ")", " or " }, ["br"] = { "
" , "" , wantname = true }, ["br()"] = { "
(" , ")", wantname = true }, }

-- Text to separate values in a range. local range_types = { -- Specifying a table requires either: -- * "off" and "on" values (for "abbr=off" and "abbr=on"), or -- * "input" and "output" values (for LHS and RHS); -- other fields are optional. -- When "adj=on|abbr=off" applies, spaces in range text are replaced with hyphens. -- With "exception = true", that also occurs with "adj=on|abbr=on". -- If "adj" is defined here, that text (unchanged) is used with "adj=on". ["+"] = " + ", [","] = ", ", [", and"] = ", and ", [", or"] = ", or ", ["by"] = " by ", ["-"] = "–", ["to about"] = " to about ", ["and"] = { off = " and ", on = " and ", exception = true }, ["and(-)"] = { input = " and ", output = "–" }, ["or"] = { off = " or " , on = " or " , exception = true }, ["to"] = { off = " to " , on = " to " , exception = true }, ["to(-)"] = { input = " to ", output = "–" }, ["+/-"] = { off = " ± ", on = " ± ", adj = " ± ", is_range_change = true }, ["by(x)"] = { input = " by ", output = " × ", out_range_x = true }, ["x"] = { off = " by ", on = " × ", abbr_range_x = true }, ["xx"] = " × ", ["*"] = "×", ["/"] = " / ", -- for a table of high/low temperatures with 83 / 63
(28 / 17) }

local range_aliases = { -- ["alternative name for a range"] = "standard range name" ["–"] = "-", ["–"] = "-", ["×"] = "x", ["×"] = "x", ["±"] = "+/-", ["±"] = "+/-", }

-- Convert accepts range text delimited with whitespace, for example, 1 to 2 feet (0.30 to 0.61 m). -- In addition, the following "words" are accepted without spaces, for example, 1–2 feet (0.30–0.61 m). -- Words must be in correct order for searching, for example, 'x' after 'xx'. local range_words = { '-', '–', 'xx', 'x', '*' }

local ranges = { types = range_types, aliases = range_aliases, words = range_words, }

-- Valid option names. local en_option_name = { -- ["local text for option name"] = "en name used in this module" ["$"] = "$", ["abbr"] = "abbr", ["adj"] = "adj", ["comma"] = "comma", ["debug"] = "debug", ["disp"] = "disp", ["frac"] = "frac", ["input"] = "input", ["lang"] = "lang", ["lk"] = "lk", ["order"] = "order", ["qid"] = "qid", ["qual"] = "qual", ["qualifier"] = "qual", ["round"] = "round", ["sigfig"] = "sigfig", ["sing"] = "adj", -- "sing" is an old alias for "adj" ["sortable"] = "sortable", ["sp"] = "sp", ["spell"] = "spell", ["stylein"] = "stylein", ["styleout"] = "styleout", ["tracking"] = "tracking", }

-- Valid option values. -- Convention: parms.opt_xxx refers to an option that is set here -- (not intended to be set by the template which invokes this module). -- Example: At enwiki, "abbr" includes: -- ["comma"] = "opt_nocomma" -- As a result, if the template uses abbr=comma, Module:Convert sets: -- parms["opt_nocomma"] = true -- parms["abbr"] = nil -- Therefore parms.abbr will be nil, or will have one of the listed values -- that do not start with "opt_". -- An option value of form "xxx?" is the same as "xxx" but shows the input as deprecated. local en_option_value = { -- $=x is handled as a special case: x should be a currency symbol that will be used instead of "$" ["abbr"] = { -- ["local text for option value"] = "en value used in this module" ["def"] = "", -- ignored (some wrapper templates call convert with "abbr=def" to mean "default abbreviation") ["h"] = "on", -- abbr=on + use "h" for hand unit (default) ["hh"] = "opt_hand_hh", -- abbr=on + use "hh" for hand unit ["in"] = "in", -- use symbol for LHS unit ["none"] = "off", -- old name for "off" ["off"] = "off", -- use name for all units ["on"] = "on", -- use symbol for all units ["out"] = "out", -- use symbol for RHS unit (default) ["unit"] = "unit", -- abbr=on but abbreviate units only: e6km → million km (not ×10⁶ km) ["values"] = "opt_values", -- show only input and output numbers, not units ["~"] = "opt_also_symbol", -- show input unit symbol as well as name }, ["adj"] = { ["mid"] = "opt_adjectival, opt_adj_mid", -- adj=on with user-specified text after input unit (between input and output) ["off"] = "", -- ignored (off is the default) ["on"] = "opt_adjectival", -- unit name is singular and hyphenated ["pre"] = "opt_one_preunit", -- user-specified text before input unit ["ri0"] = "opt_ri=0", -- round input with precision = 0 ["ri1"] = "opt_ri=1", -- round input with precision = 1 ["ri2"] = "opt_ri=2", -- round input with precision = 2 ["ri3"] = "opt_ri=3", -- round input with precision = 3 }, ["comma"] = { ["5"] = "opt_comma5", -- only use numsep grouping if 5 or more digits ["gaps"] = "opt_gaps", -- use gaps, not numsep, to separate groups of digits ["gaps3"] = "opt_gaps, opt_gaps3", -- group only in threes rather than default of no gap before a single digit after decimal mark ["off"] = "opt_nocomma", -- no numsep in input or output numbers }, ["debug"] = { ["yes"] = "opt_sortable_debug", -- make the normally hidden sort key visible }, ["disp"] = { ["5"] = "opt_round=5?", -- round output value to nearest 5 ["b"] = "b", -- join: '(...)' ["(or)"] = "(or)", -- join: '(...)' with 'or' between outputs in a combination ["br"] = "br", -- join: '
' ["br()"] = "br()", -- join: '
(...)' ["comma"] = "comma", -- join: ',' ["flip"] = "opt_flip", -- reverse order of input/output ["number"] = "opt_output_number_only", -- display output value (not input, and not output symbol/name) ["or"] = "or", -- join: 'or' ["out"] = "opt_output_only", ["output number only"] = "opt_output_number_only", ["output only"] = "opt_output_only", ["preunit"] = "opt_two_preunits", -- user-specified text before input and output units ["sqbr"] = "sqbr", -- join: '[...]' ["table"] = "opt_table", -- output is suitable for a table cell with align="right" ["tablecen"] = "opt_tablecen", -- output is suitable for a table cell with align="center" ["unit"] = "opt_input_unit_only", -- display input symbol/name (not output, and not input value) ["unit or text"] = "opt_input_unit_only, opt_ignore_error", -- display input symbol/name, or given unit code if not known ["unit2"] = "opt_output_unit_only", ["x"] = "x", -- join: <first>...<second> (user-specified text) }, -- frac=x is handled as a special case: x must be an integer (possibly in local language) = 2 or more -- input=x is handled as a special case: x should be <value><space><unitcode> or <wikidata-property-id> ["lang"] = { -- language for output digits (both en and local digits are always accepted for input) ["en"] = "opt_lang_en", -- use en digits for numbers, regardless of local language ["local"] = "opt_lang_local", -- use local digits for numbers (default, although config can change default to en) }, ["lk"] = { ["in"] = "in", -- link LHS unit name or symbol ["off"] = "off", -- do not link: same as default except for hand unit ["on"] = "on", -- link all unit names or symbols (but not twice for the same unit) ["out"] = "out", -- link RHS unit name or symbol }, ["order"] = { ["flip"] = "opt_flip", -- reverse order of input/output ["out"] = "opt_order_out", -- do not show input; instead, use order in output combination, with the first output shown as the input }, -- qid=x is handled as a special case: x should be a Wikidata Q item identifier. -- qual=x is handled as a special case: x should be a Wikidata Q item identifier. ["round"] = { ["0.5"] = "opt_round=0.5", -- round output value to nearest 0.5 ["5"] = "opt_round=5", -- round output value to nearest 5 ["10"] = "opt_round=10", -- round output value to nearest 10 (same as but clearer than "|-1") ["25"] = "opt_round=25", -- round output value to nearest 25 ["50"] = "opt_round=50", -- round output value to nearest 50 ["each"] = "opt_round_each", -- using default precision in a range, round each output separately (default uses highest precision of each item in range) }, -- sigfig=x is handled as a special case: x must be an integer (possibly in local language) = 1 or more ["sortable"] = { ["off"] = "", -- ignored (off is the default) ["on"] = "opt_sortable_on", -- output sort key for use in a sortable table, based on value from converting to a standard base unit ["debug"] = "opt_sortable_on, opt_sortable_debug", -- |sortable=debug is the same as |sortable=on|debug=yes }, ["sp"] = { ["us"] = "opt_sp_us", -- use U.S. spelling (like "meter" instead of default "metre") }, ["spell"] = { -- only English spelling is supported; not scientific notation; only some fractions ["in"] = "opt_spell_in", -- spell input value in words ["In"] = "opt_spell_in, opt_spell_upper", -- spell input value in words with first letter uppercase ["on"] = "opt_spell_in, opt_spell_out", -- spell input and output values in words ["On"] = "opt_spell_in, opt_spell_out, opt_spell_upper", -- same, with first letter of first word in result uppercase }, -- stylein=x is handled as a special case: x can be any text -- styleout=x is handled as a special case: x can be any text -- tracking=x is handled as a special case: x can be any text }

return { SIprefixes = SIprefixes, all_categories = all_categories, all_messages = all_messages, currency = { ['$'] = true, ['£'] = true, ['€'] = true, ['₱'] = true, ['₽'] = true, ['¥'] = true }, customary_units = customary_units, disp_joins = disp_joins, en_option_name = en_option_name, en_option_value = en_option_value, eng_scales = eng_scales, ranges = ranges, }