/tg/ Station 13 - Modules - Types


/proc/sanitize_name returns nothing with an alert instead of the message if it contains something in the ic filter, and sanitizes normally if the name is fine. It returns nothing so it backs out of the input the same way as if you had entered nothing.
/proc/sanitize Runs byond's html encoding sanitization proc, after replacing new-lines and tabs for the # character.
/proc/strip_html Runs STRIP_HTML_SIMPLE and sanitize.
/proc/strip_html_full Runs STRIP_HTML_FULL and sanitize.
/proc/adminscrub Runs STRIP_HTML_SIMPLE and byond's sanitization proc.
/proc/htmlrendertext Perform a whitespace cleanup on the text, similar to what HTML renderers do
/proc/reject_bad_text Returns the text if properly formatted, or null else.
/proc/stripped_input Used to get a properly sanitized input. Returns null if cancel is pressed.
/proc/stripped_multiline_input Used to get a properly sanitized input in a larger box. Works very similarly to stripped_input.
/proc/reject_bad_name Filters out undesirable characters from names.
/proc/truncate Truncate a string to the given length
/proc/full_capitalize Returns a string with the first letter of each word capitialized
/proc/int_to_words Takes a 1, 2 or 3 digit number and returns it in words. Don't call this directly, use convert_integer_to_words() instead.
/proc/convert_integer_to_words Takes an integer up to 999,999,999 and returns it in words. Works with negative numbers and 0.
/proc/random_capital_letter handles thousands
/proc/siunit Formats a number to human readable form with the appropriate SI unit.
/proc/scramble_message_replace_chars Slightly expensive proc to scramble a message using equal probabilities of character replacement from a list. DOES NOT SUPPORT HTML!
/proc/piglatin_sentence runs piglatin_word() proc on each word in a sentence. preserves caps and punctuation
/proc/piglatin_word takes "word", and returns it piglatinized.
/proc/reject_bad_chattext The procedure to check the text of the entered text on ntnrc_client.dm
/proc/format_text Properly format a string of text by using replacetext()
/proc/weight_class_to_text Returns a string based on the weight class define used as argument
/proc/sanitize_css_class_name Removes all non-alphanumerics from the text, keep in mind this can lead to id conflicts
/proc/semver_to_list Converts a semver string into a list of numbers
/proc/endswith Returns TRUE if the input_text ends with the ending
/proc/grawlix Generate a grawlix string of length of the text argument.