Number To English Translation

N2E - Number To English Translation

This is a simple, yet invaluable class that enables you to display the textual representation of a number. Since the possible uses of this class are endless (e.g., check writing applications, contract applications, etc.) hopefully it will come in handy for many of you. well.

Input : An integer between 0 and 999,999.
Output : Correct English (dictionary rule) of the words representing the number (as a CString).
Note : If the Integer is out of range, the resulting CString will be "Number is out of range"

Example Usage

void CN2EDlg::OnBconvert() 
{
 // Convert button was clicked, grab the number (integer), 
 // and turn it into english
 // Print the value back to the dialog box

 UpdateData(TRUE);

 CNumber2English number;
 m_sEnglish = number.n2e(m_iNumber);

 UpdateData(FALSE);
}

Downloads

Download demo project - 15 Kb
Download source - 2 Kb


Comments

  • Number Reader

    Posted by David on 10/14/2012 05:05pm

    A java version of this program is available at source forge https://sourceforge.net/projects/numberreader/

    Reply
  • N2E - Number To English Translation

    Posted by Legacy on 01/28/2002 12:00am

    Originally posted by: James Zouris

    Nice program and very easy to follow! Initially had problems trying to compile the program because the resource files couldn't be found. I created a 'res' directory and added the two resource files (*.rc, *.rc2) into that directory.

    Reply
  • Check protection technique

    Posted by Legacy on 11/26/2001 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Millie

    Jason,
    I am in desperate need to write a check protection program for my C++ class and I have no clue on how to do it. Can you help? If so, I can email you the details of the exercise.

    Thanks,
    Millie

    Reply
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