isiahmeadows at gmail.com
Wed Aug 22 01:55:45 UTC 2018
What's wrong with combining `padStart` with `padEnd`? I'm not sure this is
worth it, since you can easily emulate it anyways (as you stated).
On Tue, Aug 21, 2018 at 16:44 Ricardo Zorzal <ricardozorzal at hotmail.com>
> Hello guys, I here to talk about padStart, padEnd and my new proposal
> "padCenter", I think it is not hard to develop because we already had
> padStart and padEnd.
> I thought that we need to add one more feature to String's prototype, and
> it is not a hard work. So the proposal is to create the
> String.prototype.padCenter that centralize a string with a max character
> lenght, equals we do when call the "pad" functions.
> For exemple, when we call padStart
> //result: " MY-TEST"
> and when we call padEnd:
> //result: "MY-TEST "
> how about that:
> //result: " MY-TEST "
> I'm searching it for a long time and I seen people talking about it in
> different use cases. But for me it will be usefull when I need to send some
> text data to my bluetooth printer, becouse the length of his line is 32 and
> I need to centralize the data and adjust the line to right and left.
> I think this feature can improve the language and it will be useful for
> other developers like me.
> Although we has libs that has an implementation of it
> I think it can be done for native functions too
> And it is native for other languages, such as:
> 1. PHP (
> 2. Python (https://docs.python.org/2/library/string.html#string.center
> 3. Ruby (https://ruby-doc.org/core-2.2.0/String.html#center-method)
> 4. R (
> 5. etc...
> What do you guys think ?
> ( We can call it "pad" instead of "padCenter" haha )
> *Ricardo Zorzal Davila *
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