git clone https://github.com/santhoshtr/CLDRPluralRuleParser.git
Unlike English, for many languages, the plural forms are just not 2 forms.
If you look at the CLDR plural rules table
you can easily understand this. The rules are defined in a particular syntax
(an eg: for Russian, the plural few is applied when the rule
n mod 10 in 2..4 and n mod 100 not in 12..14;" is passed).
For a given number in a language, this tool tells which plural form it belongs. The plural rules are taken from the CLDR data file (plural.xml.
Before you can run the tests, make sure the submodules are updated:
git submodule update --init
Then open up
./test/index.html in your browser.
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