Formatting

Methods

Functions

  • BooleanFormat() True, for a non-zero value; False, otherwise.
  • CJustify() Returns the given string justified to the center, padding out the words with spaces accordingly
  • DateFormat() Formats a date string to a given output
  • DateTimeFormat() Formats a date/time string to a given output
  • DecimalFormat() Converts a number to a decimal-formatted string.
  • DollarFormat() Formats a string in U.S. format.
  • HTMLCodeFormat() Replaces special characters in a string with their HTML-escaped equivalents and inserts and tags at the beginning and end of the string. [version] HTML version to use. currently ignored. -1: The latest implementation of HTML 2.0: HTML 2.0 (Default) 3.2: HTML 3.2
  • HTMLEditFormat() Replaces special characters in a string with their HTML-escaped equivalents. [version] HTML version to use. currently ignored. -1: The latest implementation of HTML 2.0: HTML 2.0 (Default) 3.2: HTML 3.2 4.0: HTML 4.0
  • JSStringFormat() Escapes special JavaScript characters, such as single quotation mark, double quotation mark, and newline
  • LJustify() Left justifies characters in a string of a specified length.
  • LSCurrencyFormat() Formats a number in a locale-specific currency format.
  • LSDateFormat() Formats a date string to a given output using the current sessions locale
  • LSDateTimeFormat() Formats a date string to a given output using the current locale
  • LSEuroCurrencyFormat() this function is just an alias for lsCurrencyFormat
  • LSIsCurrency() Determines whether a string is a valid representation of a currency amount in the current locale.
  • LSNumberFormat() Formats a number to the given format mask in the current locale
  • LSTimeFormat() Formats a time string to a given output using the current locale.
  • NumberFormat() Creates a custom-formatted number value
  • ParagraphFormat() Formats the carriage returns in a string to a HTML alternatives
  • RJustify() Right justifies characters of a string.
  • SerializeJSON() Converts CFML data into a JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) representation of the data.
  • TimeFormat() Formats a time string to a given output
  • TrueFalseFormat() True, for a non-zero value; False, otherwise.
  • URLEncodedFormat() Generates a URL-encoded string. For example, it replaces spaces with %20, and non-alphanumeric characters with equivalent hexadecimal escape sequences. Passes arbitrary strings within a URL.
  • URLSessionFormat() Encodes the URL with the CFTOKEN/CFID/JSESSIONID
  • XmlFormat() Escapes special XML characters in a string, so that the string is safe to use with XML.
  • YesNoFormat() Yes, for a non-zero value; No, otherwise.