Numeric transformers can be used on the source type of `Number`

- `Int`

, `Float`

or `Double`

. Following transformers are available:

Returns result of the addition of the source and `value`

. `value`

is considered `Double`

.

Usage:

`.addedBy(value)`

Example usage:

`value.addedBy(15.5)`

Example return:

`10`

to`25.5`

Returns result of the division of the source and `value`

. `value`

is considered `Double`

. Note: Division by zero is handled gracefully, produces zero, and doesn't throw an error.

Usage:

`.dividedBy(value)`

Example usage:

`value.dividedBy(2.5)`

Example return:

`5`

to`2`

Returns result of multiplication of the source and `value`

. `value`

is considered `Double`

.

Usage:

`.multipliedBy(value)`

Example usage:

`value.multipliedBy(4)`

Example return:

`2`

to`8`

Returns result of subtraction of the source and `value`

. `value`

is considered `Double`

.

Usage:

`.subtractedBy(value)`

Example usage:

`value.subtractedBy(2)`

Example return:

`25`

to`23`

Returns the source rounded to specified number of fractions. `value`

must be `Int`

.

Usage:

`.rounded(fractions)`

Example usage:

`value.rounded(1)`

Example return:

`1.11`

to`1`

or`1.16`

to`1.2`

Returns the next highest `Int`

by rounding up the source if necessary.

Usage:

`.ceiled()`

Example usage:

`value.ceiled()`

Example return:

`1.78`

to`2`

or`-3.14`

to`-3`

Returns absolute source

Usage:

`.default(value)`

Example usage:

`value.default("Empty")`

Example return:

`` to`

Empty`

Returns the source that is either the same if it was `>0`

, or multiplied by `-1`

if it was `<0`

.

Usage:

`.positive()`

Example usage:

`value.positive()`

Example return:

`-1`

to`1`

or`2`

to -2`

Returns the source that is either the same if it was `<0`

, or multiplied by `-1`

if it was `>0`

.

Usage:

`.negative()`

Example usage:

`value.negative()`

Example return:

`1`

to`-1`

or`-2`

to`-2`

Returns formatted date. The source must be `Int`

holding value of standard time interval since 1970 (Unix epoch time).

Usage:

`.formatDate(format)`

Example usage:

`value.formatDate("YYYY-MM-DD")`

Example return:

`1587490511`

to`2020-04-21`