Class: Format

Format()

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Members

(static) address

Converts the given value using the provided format, joining with the separator character If no format given, will use predefined format for the addresses Country (or en-US as final fallback)
  Format    Description                                    Example
  ------    -----------------------------------------    -----------------------
   s         Salutation (Attention, Name)                ATTN: Mr. Bob
   S         Salutation Uppercase                        ATTN: MR. BOB
   a1        Address Line 1                              555 Oak Ave
   a2        Address Line 2                                #2038
   a3        Address Line 3
   m        Municipality (City, town, hamlet)            Phoenix
   M        Municipality Uppercase                        PHOENIX
   z        County (parish, providence)                    Maricopa
   Z         County Uppercase                            MARICOPA
   r        Region (State, area)                        AZ
   R        Region Uppercase                            AZ
   p         Postal Code (ZIP code)                        85021
   P         Postal Code Uppercase                        85021
   c         Country                                     France
   C         Country Uppercase                            FRANCE

   |        separator                                    as defined by separator variable
   
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(static) addressCultureFormats

Address Culture Formats as defined by crm.Format.address http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc195167.aspx
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(static) countryCultures

Country name to culture identification http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/goglobal/bb896001.aspx
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(static) formatByUser

Takes a string input and the user name to First amd Last name `Hogan, Lee` -> `Lee Hogan`
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(static) formatUserInitial

Takes a string input and converts name to First amd Last initials `Lee Hogan` -> `LH`
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(static) resolveFirstLast

Takes a string input and the user name to First amd Last name `Hogan, Lee` -> `Lee Hogan`
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