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  1. #1
    faical naciri Guest

    a program that translates numbers to words


    I really need you're help . I hope to be able to send me the source code
    of a programme on C or C++ that could convert numbers to leters
    for example you enter 10 and he givs you ten
    enter 125 one one hundred twenty-five

    Subject
    When a cheque is made; one describes initially the sum quantifies then even
    nap in letters of it the program will have automatically to carry out this
    operation the rule of following orthography will have to be to respect *
    thousand is always invariable * hundred is twenty take an S as they are to
    multiply by another number one puts a dash (-) between the letters which
    are one and other lower A hundred except if they are joined by and (soixante-dix-neuf)



  2. #2
    Randy Charles Morin Guest

    Re: a program that translates numbers to words

    Here you go.
    I have a bunch of these classes on my MSN community.
    http://ca.msnusers.com/KBCafecom/fil...p=%2Fkbcafelib

    Sorry the newsgroup doesn't allow attachments.
    You can request the files directly from me or from the above URL.
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    "faical naciri" <faical55@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:3c3b5cbd$1@147.208.176.211...
    >
    > I really need you're help . I hope to be able to send me the source code
    > of a programme on C or C++ that could convert numbers to leters
    > for example you enter 10 and he givs you ten
    > enter 125 one one hundred twenty-five
    >
    > Subject
    > When a cheque is made; one describes initially the sum quantifies then even
    > nap in letters of it the program will have automatically to carry out this
    > operation the rule of following orthography will have to be to respect *
    > thousand is always invariable * hundred is twenty take an S as they are to
    > multiply by another number one puts a dash (-) between the letters which
    > are one and other lower A hundred except if they are joined by and (soixante-dix-neuf)
    >
    >






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