You’ve just been hired to work the line for global retailer Alakazam. Your task is to intercept packages bound for countries all over the world and ensure their paperwork is properly translated for their destinations. As part of your training, you’ll learn to format dollar amounts for the US, decimals for Europe, dates and times for Asia, and much more.
Intl, no longer do you need to do string manipulation to convert numbers to currencies. Nor do you need to do array manipulation to convert arrays to lists. Installing bulky third-party libraries to format dates and times can be a thing of the past.