A Swift representation of money / monetary amounts and ISO 4217 currency designations. Supports manipulation and combination of monetary amounts of a single currency or multiple currencies.
Handles minor units (the exponent, e.g. cents for USD) for each currency as specified in the ISO 4217 standard. Simple manipulation includes consolidating / combining amounts.
MonetaryAmount values that have the same
Currency will be added together,
MonetaryAmount values with
Currency values will be added to the result on their own.
Swift Package Manager
dependencies: [ .package(url: "https://github.com/SoftwareEngineerChris/MonetaryAmount.git", from: "1.1.0") ]
let moneyA = 12.00.in(.USD) let moneyB = 18.00.in(.USD) let moneyC = 6.00.in(.GBP) // result would equal [30.00.in(.USD), 6.00.in(.GBP)] let result = [moneyA, moneyB, moneyC].consolidating(moneyB)
The underlying value for the amount is represented by a
itself uses the Swift
DynamicRoundedDecimal handles rounding internally
as declared by the given currency's
// moneyA and moneyB are equal and represent US$28.53 let moneyA = MonetaryAmount(currency: Currency.USD, value: Decimal(string: "28.529372")!) let moneyB = 28.53.in(.USD)
MonetaryAmount does not do any FX or conversion of currencies, it keeps each individual
currency subtotal separate.
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