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
Leave a Comment
  • Your email address will not be published. All fields are required.

Top White Papers and Webcasts

  • Today's enterprise datacenter can be one of the most complex business environments with dozens (for smaller business), hundreds (for larger and midsize business), even thousands (for hyperscale businesses) of servers that must be managed and monitored. At this level, just managing the cords can be challenging — let alone keeping up with the growing need for more agility and scalability within the datacenter. Simply put, companies are aggressively looking for less complexity and more agility from their …

  • Entire organizations suffer when their networks can't keep up and new opportunities are put on hold. Waiting on service providers isn't good business. In these examples, learn how to simplify network management so that your organization can better manage costs, adapt quickly to business demands, and seize market opportunities when they arise.

Most Popular Programming Stories

More for Developers

RSS Feeds

Thanks for your registration, follow us on our social networks to keep up-to-date