Convert number to english word


#1

How to convert number to word.
Ex
8
eight
555
five hundered and fiftyfive


#2

On Mar 31, 2009, at 11:26 AM, Vetrivel V. wrote:

How to convert number to word.
Ex
8
eight
555
five hundered and fiftyfive

Check the solutions to this old Ruby Q.:

http://rubyquiz.com/quiz25.html

James Edward G. II


#3

James G. wrote:

On Mar 31, 2009, at 11:26 AM, Vetrivel V. wrote:

How to convert number to word.
Ex
8
eight
555
five hundered and fiftyfive

Check the solutions to this old Ruby Q.:

http://rubyquiz.com/quiz25.html

James Edward G. II

I need Ruby Module to use this…


#4

Vetrivel V. wrote:

James G. wrote:

On Mar 31, 2009, at 11:26 AM, Vetrivel V. wrote:

How to convert number to word.
Ex
8
eight
555
five hundered and fiftyfive

Check the solutions to this old Ruby Q.:

http://rubyquiz.com/quiz25.html

James Edward G. II

I need Ruby Module to use this…

Refer this URL:
http://refactormycode.com/codes/628-displaying-numbers-to-words

There is a module called linguistics in ruby to do that.


#5

On Mar 31, 12:26 pm, Vetrivel V. removed_email_address@domain.invalid
wrote:

How to convert number to word.
Ex
8
eight
555
five hundered and fiftyfive

Check out the English gem
too.

T.


#6

Hello,

On Wed, Apr 1, 2009 at 1:26 AM, Vetrivel V.
removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

How to convert number to word.
Ex
8
eight
555
five hundered and fiftyfive

Integer#to_alphabetic from
http://github.com/technohippy/ordinal-accessors-for-an-array-object/tree/master
sounds nice for me :).


#7

Hi vetri,

The above code works only upto billions.

Regards,
P.raveendran


#8

Hi Vetrivel,

try this …

class Fixnum

def english_word
@h = {0=>“zero”, 1=>“One”, 2=>“Two”, 3=>“Three”, 4=>“Four”, 5=>“Five”,
6=>“six”, 7=>“seven”, 8=>“Eight”,
9=>“Nine”,10=>“Ten”,11=>“Eleven”,12=>“Twelve”,13=>“Thirteen”,14=>“Fourteen”,15=>“Fifteen”,16=>“Sixteen”,17=>“Seventeen”,18=>“Eighteen”,19=>“Nineteen”,20=>“Twenty”,30=>“Thirty”,40=>“Fourty”,50=>“Fifty”,60=>“Sixty”,70=>“Seventy”,80=>“Eighty”,90=>“Ninty”}
@i=0
@array=[]
@result=""
if self > 99
str_num=self.to_s #@num.to_s
str_num_len=str_num.length
str_full_num=str_num.insert(0,“0”*(11-str_num_len))
str_full_num=str_num.insert(8,“0”)
str_full_num.scan(/…/) { |x| @array<<x }
6.times do
self.def_calc
@i+=1
end
else
if self > 9
puts
(self.proc_double_dig((self/10)*10))+(self.proc_single_dig(self%10))
else
if self > 0
puts self.proc_single_dig(self)
else
return “AMOUNT NOT KNOWN or NILL”
end
end
end
end

def def_calc
case @i
when 0
str=self.proc_unit(@array[@i])
if (str.scan(/\w+/)).length!=0
then str=str+ “hundred & "
@result=@result+str
end
when 1
str=self.proc_unit(@array[@i])
if (str.scan(/\w+/)).length!=0
then str=str+ " Crore, "
@result=@result+str
end
when 2
str=self.proc_unit(@array[@i])
if (str.scan(/\w+/)).length!=0
then str=str+ " Lakh, "
@result=@result+str
end
when 3
str=self.proc_unit(@array[@i])
if (str.scan(/\w+/)).length!=0
then str=str+ " Thousand, "
@result=@result+str
end
when 4
str=self.proc_unit(@array[@i])
if (str.scan(/\w+/)).length!=0
then str=str+ " Hundred, "
@result=@result+str
end
when 5
str=self.proc_unit(@array[@i])
if (str.scan(/\w+/)).length!=0
then str=str+ “. "
@result=@result+str
end
print @result.sub(/…$/,””)
else
end
end

def proc_unit(x)
if x.to_i>0
if x.to_i<=10
return self.proc_single_dig(x.to_i)
else
if x.to_i<=20
return self.proc_double_dig(x.to_i)
else
return
(self.proc_double_dig((x.to_i/10)*10))+(self.proc_single_dig(x.to_i%10))
end
end
end
return “”
end

def proc_double_dig(z)
if z==0
return “”
else
return @h[z]
end
end

def proc_single_dig(y)
if y==0
return “”
else
return @h[y]
end
end
protected :def_calc, :proc_unit, :proc_double_dig, :proc_single_dig

end

puts 453645445.english_word

#FourtyFive Crore, Thirtysix Lakh, FourtyFive Thousand, Four Hundred,
FourtyFive

Regards,
P.Raveendran