Intl.PluralRules.prototype.resolvedOptions()

The Intl.PluralRules.prototype.resolvedOptions() method returns a new object with properties reflecting the locale and plural formatting options computed during initialization of this PluralRules object.

Syntax

pluralRule.resolvedOptions()

Return value

A new object with properties reflecting the locale and plural formatting options computed during the initialization of the given PluralRules object.

Description

The resulting object has the following properties:

locale
The BCP 47 language tag for the locale actually used. If any Unicode extension values were requested in the input BCP 47 language tag that led to this locale, the key-value pairs that were requested and are supported for this locale are included in locale.
pluralCategories
An Array of plural rules used by the given language.
type
The type used (cardinal or ordinal).

Only one of the following two groups of properties is included:

minimumIntegerDigits
minimumFractionDigits
maximumFractionDigits
The values provided for these properties in the options argument or filled in as defaults. These properties are present only if neither minimumSignificantDigits nor maximumSignificantDigits was provided in the options argument.
minimumSignificantDigits
maximumSignificantDigits
The values provided for these properties in the options argument or filled in as defaults. These properties are present only if at least one of them was provided in the options argument.

Examples

Using the resolvedOptions method

var de = new Intl.PluralRules('de-DE');
var usedOptions = de.resolvedOptions();

usedOptions.locale;                // "de-DE"
usedOptions.maximumFractionDigits; // 3
usedOptions.minimumFractionDigits; // 0
usedOptions.minimumIntegerDigits;  // 1
usedOptions.pluralCategories;      // Array [ "one", "other" ]
usedOptions.type;                  // "cardinal"

Specifications

Specification Status Comment
Intl Plural Rules Draft Draft Initial definition

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