pinyin | Pure JavaScript library for converting Hanzi to Pinyin

 by   creeperyang JavaScript Version: Current License: MIT

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pinyin is a JavaScript library. pinyin has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has low support. You can install using 'npm i tiny-pinyin' or download it from GitHub, npm.

Pure JavaScript library for converting Hanzi to Pinyin.

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              pinyin has a low active ecosystem.
              It has 612 star(s) with 47 fork(s). There are 12 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 6 months.
              There are 4 open issues and 15 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 35 days. There are 11 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of pinyin is current.

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              pinyin has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.

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              pinyin has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
              pinyin code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
              There are 0 security hotspots that need review.

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              pinyin is licensed under the MIT License. This license is Permissive.
              Permissive licenses have the least restrictions, and you can use them in most projects.

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              pinyin releases are not available. You will need to build from source code and install.
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              pinyin saves you 77 person hours of effort in developing the same functionality from scratch.
              It has 200 lines of code, 0 functions and 17 files.
              It has low code complexity. Code complexity directly impacts maintainability of the code.

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            Community Discussions


            SwiftUI: How to center multi column picker on screen
            Asked 2021-Apr-09 at 13:32

            I created a multi column picker with SwiftUI that I want to center on the screen. However, whatever I try it remains left outlined as shows on the picture.

            What I've tried:

            • Adding (alignment: .center) on the GeometryReader, HStack and VStack.
            • Trying to center the picker itself
            • putting the pickers in a container and center that

            So the question is how do center the 3 columned picker on the screen. Thanks for your support!




            Answered 2021-Apr-09 at 12:06

            Not really sure the final goal, but for provided code it can be done just by making Stack consume all space provided by GeometryReader, like



            Writing a simple toggle function with Elisp (input-method)
            Asked 2021-Mar-18 at 17:12

            So, I have tried the following



            Answered 2021-Mar-18 at 17:12

            You're passing chinese-py or chinese-sisheng as a variable to function set-input-method. Lisp evaluates arguments to a function before invoking the function. It tries to evaluate that variable, but that symbol has no value as a variable.

            What you want to do instead is pass the symbol chinese-py or chinese-sisheng, not its value as a variable (it has none).

            Try quoting both chinese-py and chinese-sisheng:



            why I got an error ''float' object is not iterable' while using apply lambda
            Asked 2021-Feb-09 at 00:47

            I try to convert a list of Chinese province into pinyin use pinyin package, code like below:



            Answered 2021-Feb-09 at 00:47

            You may have been encountered numpy.nan or None values in the df["comb_province"] column. So, you could try to remove those rows with numpy.nan by using the following code:



            All Python Permutations and Combinations of Pinyin (Mandarin Romanization)
            Asked 2021-Jan-12 at 19:54

            I'm looking to make a list of toneless pinyin combinations/permutations.



            Answered 2021-Jan-12 at 19:54

            You can drop_duplicates, and then use an outer addition to get all combinations.



            How to use pinyin keyboard in a textarea when the value comes from a parent component?
            Asked 2020-Dec-04 at 22:16

            I am running into a strange react issue with textareas! Currently our application sends a textarea's value from a parent component to its child, then the child component just renders the textarea (it does some other stuff but for simplicity sake). When that field receives an onInput event it will then update the parent with its new text. If you type in the field currently, the correct English characters make it up to the parent & back down to the child. However when using a pinyin keyboard (In my case, specifically mac's pinyin keyboard) the prompt is not brought up to select the Chinese characters. I was able to use the pinyin keyboard with an input and an onchange event, however our requirements specify a textarea. I attempted to use an onChange event & key press events with no luck. I was able to successfully reproduce the issue for class based & functional components, however our application's component uses class components. Any ideas on why exactly the pinyin keyboard prompt isn't displaying when typing in a textarea would be very appreciated!

            Class Components:

            Functional Components:



            Answered 2020-Dec-04 at 22:16

            I believe you need to listen for event.type compositionend instead of updating the parent's state onchange.

            See this article for a full description of how to implement this in React.



            Chrome contenteditable=false in contenteditable=true input Chinese issue
            Asked 2020-Nov-25 at 06:33

            I have an issue with Chrome on Macos. I put an contenteditable=false element in contenteditable=true element. Then input an emoji into the contenteditable=true element. Then input 4 characters after the emoji. Then I cannot input Chinese through pinyin.

            Here is the example jsfiddle. I cannot input Chinese after the last s.

            It works fine on Safari, Firefox and Windows Chrome.



            Answered 2020-Nov-25 at 06:33


            How to automatically trigger code in background in Swift?
            Asked 2020-Oct-17 at 17:20

            Beginner trying to create an app that gives the user a random "word of the day".

            Through testing I realised that the app has to be opened every day by the user in order to manually trigger the function isRefreshRequired() (which retrieves the new word and updates user interface and notification content). But I need this to be done automatically, regardless of whether the user opens the app or not.

            Is this even possible? I am stuck between which methods to use:

            1. NSCalendarDayChanged. I found this useful answer but I am not sure where it would be implemented? If I use it applicationDidFinishLaunching, where would the function calendarDayDidChange() be called? In viewDidLoad()?

            2. significantTimeChangeNotification() - Possibly a better method? Again, not sure how to actually implement this and where. The document also says:

            If the the device is asleep when the day changes, this notification will be posted on wakeup.

            Does wakeup mean when the app is reopened? Because I want the isRefreshRequired() function to execute even if the user hasn't touched the app.

            1. Background App Refresh: this doesn't seem useful since it needs a URLSession and the user may have disabled background refresh. Seems a bit excessive for an app that just wants to give the user a new word!

            The code in question:



            Answered 2020-Oct-16 at 17:40

            What you are trying to do is call a function when the app is closed or in the background. Taking a step back, the user isn't actually using your app at this time. So because of that, your app shouldn't really be running functions either. I believe this is done on purpose so that the phone can allocate resources to apps/functions that the user is actively using.

            So there is no way to just call a function when the app is closed. But going off your points above:

            1. I think using applicationDidBecomeActive or applicationDidFinishLaunching is probably your best bet. These are functions within the AppDelegate and you can call the functions within the methods directly. The applicationDidBecomeActive will execute every time the app appears on the screen. If you're only need it on one screen, you may be able to just call in the viewDidAppear / viewWillAppear of the ViewController instead.

            2. Idk anything about significantTimeChangeNotification so I don't want to tell you it won't work, but I would guess the notification would not execute if the app is closed.

            3. Background App Refresh is basically what you are trying to do, however, even if you implement it.. it will only execute when the app is the background. If the app is completely closed, the background fetch won't be called. So I would assume that most of the time it wouldn't be called anyway.



            How to identify the tones in Chinese text?
            Asked 2020-Sep-19 at 13:18

            Is there a programmatic way to identify the tones in Chinese text?

            For an input string like 苹果 I need to extract the tones as 2 and 3 as it would be indicated in the pinyin transliteration píng guǒ or ping2 guo3.

            I guess a possible workaround would be converting Chinese hanzi text to pinyin (e.g. with pinyin4j) and then extract the tones from pinyin, but I assume there must be a better and direct way to do it.


            The question is about if there is some algorithmic way to identify the tones or if the only way is a map lookup against an authoritative source e.g. the publicly available CEDICT database.



            Answered 2020-Sep-19 at 13:18

            I'm a native speaker, and I doubt that it's possible. Chinese character can have multiple tones depending on the context. The only reliable way to do this is to call some APIs with the full context.

            Since you can't be sure what tone the character is just by judging it individually, there's no such "algorithm" to map them to their tones.

            For instance, "一" can be tone 1, 2, 4, or neutral depending on the context.



            Python script doesn't write Chinese characters to XML file
            Asked 2020-Jul-09 at 22:39

            I'm making a mod for a game where the majority of the files are XMLs, the text of which is Simplified Chinese. My goal is to replace all of the Simplified Chinese in the files with Traditional, followed by an English translation. I'm using the Cloud Translate API from Google to do that part, and it all works fine. At first I was just doing a find and replace on the Chinese text and then adding English to the end of string, but the issue with that is that I'm getting extra English translations whenever the Chinese text occurs more than once.

            In an effort to fix that I read more of the XML documentation for Python, and I started trying to use tree.write, but that's where I'm getting stuck. When I use it, the XML file has the UTF codes for the Chinese characters, rather than the actual characters. If I open the file in a web browser, the characters render correctly, but at this point I'm just unsure if they'll still work with the game if they're not writing into the XML normally.

            Here's an example XML I'm working with:



            Answered 2020-Jul-09 at 22:39



            Error while translating dataframe using a function
            Asked 2020-Jun-09 at 23:11

            I am trying to translate a script i have saved.

            I have a series:



            Answered 2020-Jun-09 at 23:11

            Looks like the error is here: for trans in transcript():, you should remove the parentheses. The program is trying to call transcript like a function


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