An Amount is some quantity of money, shares, or anything else.
A simple amount is a Commodity, quantity pair:
A MixedAmount is zero or more simple amounts:
$50, EUR 3, AAPL 500
16h, $13.55, oranges 6
Commodities may be convertible or not. A mixed amount containing only
convertible commodities can be converted to a simple amount. Arithmetic
$1 - $5 = $-4
$1 + EUR 0.76 = $2
EUR0.76 + $1 = EUR 1.52
EUR0.76 - $1 = 0
($5, 2h) + $1 = ($6, 2h)
($50, EUR 3, AAPL 500) + ($13.55, oranges 6) = $67.51, AAPL 500, oranges 6
($50, EUR 3) * $-1 = $-53.96
($50, AAPL 500) * $-1 = error
|Apply a binary arithmetic operator to two amounts - converting to the
second one's commodity, adopting the lowest precision, and discarding
any price information. (Using the second commodity is best since sum
and other folds start with a no-commodity amount.)
|Convert an amount to the commodity of its saved price, if any.
|Convert an amount to the specified commodity using the appropriate
exchange rate (which is currently always 1).
|Get the string representation of an amount, based on its commodity's
|Get the string representation (of the number part of) of an amount
|Add thousands-separating commas to a decimal number string
|Does this amount appear to be zero when displayed with its given precision ?
|Is this amount really zero, regardless of the display precision ?
Since we are using floating point, for now just test to some high precision.
|Access a mixed amount's components.
|Does this mixed amount appear to be zero - empty, or
containing only simple amounts which appear to be zero ?
|Is this mixed amount really zero ? See isReallyZeroAmount.
|MixedAmount derives Eq in Types.hs, but that doesn't know that we
want $0 = EUR0 = 0. Yet we don't want to drag all this code in there.
When zero equality is important, use this, for now; should be used
|Get the string representation of a mixed amount, showing each of
its component amounts. NB a mixed amount can have an empty amounts
list in which case it shows as "".
|Get the string representation of a mixed amount, and if it
appears to be all zero just show a bare 0, ledger-style.
|Simplify a mixed amount by combining any component amounts which have
the same commodity and the same price. Also removes redundant zero amounts
and adds a single zero amount if there are no amounts at all.
|Convert a mixed amount's component amounts to the commodity of their
saved price, if any.
|The empty simple amount.
|The empty mixed amount.
|A temporary value for parsed transactions which had no amount specified.
|Produced by Haddock version 2.7.2|