Data Converter has been released with many simple initial conversions.
Many more, especially complex functions will be added in future versions.
At this point, I would like to introduce the kinds of conversions already added.
DOM Element conversions
DOM Elements are HTML elements used in HTML web pages.
Casting is converting from one type to another.
For example, text is known as the “string” type.
Casting conversions can generally be done by using “Format” to choose the input format.
Cast conversions without using “Format” will generally be supported in the future.
Common cast conversions include: Date => String, String => Number, Boolean => String, etc.
Different types of text and language conversions will be added over time, but for now some important Japanese conversions have been provided.
Japanese number to number conversions are possible. For example, 十三 => 13.
Japanese to braile conversions are also possible. For example, こんにちは => “⠪⠴⠇⠗⠥”.
Measurement unit conversions
A large number of unit conversions have been provided.
This includes common SI units and other commonly used measurement units.
Units generally use their displayed unit name. For example, grams to kilograms can be done by converting from “g” to “kg”.
Command line shell display conversions are provided to easily convert between shell input/outputs and commonly used input/outputs elsewhere.
For example, multi-line and single-line conversions, and “$ command” to actual inputtable commands.
A large number of additions to the above conversion types, and completely new conversion types, will be added in future versions.
Please try it out at the link below.