Transform a time distance given as a number of seconds to a human-friendly string representation.
- Zero represents the current moment, to be printed as now.
- Positive values represent the future, to be printed with the in prefix.
- Negative values represent the past, to be printed with the ago suffix.
The largest possible unit of time among a second, a minute (60 seconds), an hour (60 minutes), a day (24 hours), a week (7 days), a month (30 days) and a year (365 days) is always chosen and the quantity is always rounded towards zero.
The correct singular/plural of each unit must be used. If the quantity is
a month and
an hour rather than
1 month and
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