# Numeric to string

Hi friends,

I want to display my amount in words, for that i am using the function numerals2txt()…but its giving as

suppose my amount is 2033 , its converting as two thousand and 33/100

I don’t want to display like this i want two thousand and thirty three

Is there any other function for this … plz help me with this

Hi, Add the below method to the Global class - which will convert the number into Indian format

(or)

simply call the below method by passing the value.

static TempStr numeralsToTxt_IN(real _num)

{

//real _num = 2.315;

int numOfPennies = (decround(frac(_num), 2) * 100) mod 100;

real test = _num - frac(_num);

int numOfTenths;

str 20 ones[19], tenths[9], hundreds, thousands, lakhs, crores;

int64 temp;

str 200 returntxt;

str 200 pennytxt;

int penny;

real modOperator(real a1, real a2)

{

int tmpi;

real tmp1, tmp2;

tmp1 = a1 / a2;

tmpi = real2int(tmp1);

tmp2 = tmpi;

return (tmp1 - tmp2)*a2;

}

real checkPower(real _test, int64 _power)

{

int64 numOfPower;

if (_test >= _power)

{

numOfPower = _test div _power;

if (numOfPower >= 100)

{

temp = numOfPower div 100;

returntxt = returntxt + ’ ’ + ones[temp] + ’ ’ + hundreds;

numOfPower = numOfPower mod 100;

}

if (numOfPower >= 20)

{

temp = numOfPower div 10;

returntxt = returntxt + ’ ’ + tenths[temp];

numOfPower = numOfPower mod 10;

}

if (numOfPower >= 1)

{

returntxt = returntxt + ’ ’ + ones[numOfPower];

numOfPower = numOfPower mod 10;

}

switch(_power)

{

case 10000000 :

{

returntxt = returntxt + ’ ’ + Crores;

_test = modOperator(_test, 10000000);

break;

}

case 100000 :

{

returntxt = returntxt + ’ ’ + lakhs;

_test = modOperator(_test, 100000);

break;

}

case 1000 :

{

returntxt = returntxt + ’ ’ + thousands;

_test = modOperator(_test, 1000);

break;

}

case 100 :

{

returntxt = returntxt + ’ ’ + hundreds;

_test = modOperator(_test, 100);

break;

}

}

}

return _test;

}

#Define.text_1(‘One’)

#Define.text_2(‘Two’)

#Define.text_3(‘Three’)

#Define.text_4(‘Four’)

#Define.text_5(‘Five’)

#Define.text_6(‘Six’)

#Define.text_7(‘Seven’)

#Define.text_8(‘Eight’)

#Define.text_9(‘Nine’)

#Define.text_10(‘Ten’)

#Define.text_11(‘Eleven’)

#Define.text_12(‘Twelve’)

#Define.text_13(‘Thirteen’)

#Define.text_14(‘Fourteen’)

#Define.text_15(‘Fifteen’)

#Define.text_16(‘Sixteen’)

#Define.text_17(‘Seventeen’)

#Define.text_18(‘Eighteen’)

#Define.text_19(‘Nineteen’)

#Define.text_20(‘Twenty’)

#Define.text_30(‘Thirty’)

#Define.text_40(‘Forty’)

#Define.text_50(‘Fifty’)

#Define.text_60(‘Sixty’)

#Define.text_70(‘Seventy’)

#Define.text_80(‘Eighty’)

#Define.text_90(‘Ninety’)

#Define.text_100(‘Hundred’)

#Define.text_1000(‘Thousand’)

#Define.text_100000(‘Lakh’)

#Define.text_10000000(‘Crore’)

#Define.text_and(‘Rupees and’)

#Define.text_paise(‘Paise Only’)

#Define.text_ruppe(‘Rupees Only’)

ones[1] = #text_1;

ones[2] = #text_2;

ones[3] = #text_3;

ones[4] = #text_4;

ones[5] = #text_5;

ones[6] = #text_6;

ones[7] = #text_7;

ones[8] = #text_8;

ones[9] = #text_9;

ones[10] = #text_10;

ones[11] = #text_11;

ones[12] = #text_12;

ones[13] = #text_13;

ones[14] = #text_14;

ones[15] = #text_15;

ones[16] = #text_16;

ones[17] = #text_17;

ones[18] = #text_18;

ones[19] = #text_19;

tenths[1] = ‘Not used’;

tenths[2] = #text_20;

tenths[3] = #text_30;

tenths[4] = #text_40;

tenths[5] = #text_50;

tenths[6] = #text_60;

tenths[7] = #text_70;

tenths[8] = #text_80;

tenths[9] = #text_90;

hundreds = #text_100;

thousands = #text_1000;

lakhs = #text_100000;

crores = #text_10000000;

test = checkPower(test, 10000000);

test = checkPower(test, 100000);

test = checkPower(test, 1000);

test = checkPower(test, 100);

if (test >= 20)

{

numOfTenths = test div 10;

returntxt = returntxt + ’ ’ + tenths[numofTenths];

numOfTenths = numOfTenths mod 10;

test = test mod 10;

}

if (test >= 1)

{

numOfTenths = real2int(test);

returntxt = returntxt + ’ ’ + ones[numOfTenths];

}

if (numOfPennies)

{

if (numOfPennies >= 20)

{

penny = numOfPennies div 10;

pennytxt = tenths[penny];

numOfPennies = numOfPennies mod 10;

}

if (numOfPennies >= 1)

{

pennytxt = pennytxt + ’ ’ + ones[numOfPennies];

}

returntxt = returntxt + ’ ’ + #text_and + ’ ’ + pennytxt + ’ ’ +#text_paise;

}

else

{

returntxt = returntxt + ’ ’ + #text_ruppe;

}

return returntxt;

// info(strfmt("%1",returntxt));

}

Manju [Y]

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Hi Jyothi,

Copy the Numerals2txt method and create an new method in the global class and paste it there, if you dont require pennies to be printed,

Just comment the

/if (numOfPennies)
{
returntxt = '
’ + returntxt + ’ ’ + “@SYS5534” + ’ ’ + num2str(numOfPennies,0,0,0,0) + ‘/100’;
}
else
{
returntxt = '
’ + returntxt + ’ ’ + “@SYS5534” + ’ ’ + ‘00/100’;
}
/

in the newly pasted method… and call this method to ur requirement…

Hi friends,

Thank u soo much for your response, its working fine…

hi,

suppose i want to print after decimal place then,

for example:- 112.25 - one hundred twelve and twenty five only

Hi ,

It is working for decimals also.

Hi,

You can use/fallow the suggested method in my previous post… [:)]

Manju…[Y]