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NgPluralCase

Experimental Directive

What it does

Creates a view that will be added/removed from the parent NgPlural when the given expression matches the plural expression according to CLDR rules.

How to use

<some-element [ngPlural]="value">
  <ng-container *ngPluralCase="'=0'">...</ng-container>
  <ng-container *ngPluralCase="'other'">...</ng-container>
</some-element>

See NgPlural for more details and example.

Class Overview

class NgPluralCase {
  constructor(value: string, template: TemplateRef<Object>, viewContainer: ViewContainerRef, ngPlural: NgPlural)
  
  
  value : string
}

Selectors

[ngPluralCase]

Class Description

Constructor

constructor(value: string, template: TemplateRef<Object>, viewContainer: ViewContainerRef, ngPlural: NgPlural)

Class Details

value : string

exported from @angular/common/index, defined in @angular/common/src/directives/ng_plural.ts

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