Number_To_Word_Converter 1.1.8

Install-Package Number_To_Word_Converter -Version 1.1.8
dotnet add package Number_To_Word_Converter --version 1.1.8
<PackageReference Include="Number_To_Word_Converter" Version="1.1.8" />
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paket add Number_To_Word_Converter --version 1.1.8
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#r "nuget: Number_To_Word_Converter, 1.1.8"
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// Install Number_To_Word_Converter as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=Number_To_Word_Converter&version=1.1.8

// Install Number_To_Word_Converter as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=Number_To_Word_Converter&version=1.1.8
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This package enables you to convert any number to word e.g 21 will be converted to Twenty One To use this package use type "NumberToWord.Convert(56);" To covert directly to currency format "NumberToWord.CurrencyFormat(15.326m, "Dollar", "Cent");"

This version fixes some bug and makes special consideration for currency conversion by specifying the currency and the unit. It's now extended to One Quadrillion (16) digits conversion.

Console.WriteLine(NumberToWord.Convert("-5321.56", "dot"));

Console.WriteLine(NumberToWord.CurrencyFormat(862,999,256,856,214.56, "Naira", "Kobo"));

Console.WriteLine(NumberToWord.CurrencyFormat("1,162,050,500,000,214.56", "Dollar", "Cent"));

  • .NETStandard 2.0

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1.1.8 878 6/13/2019

This version fix some bug and makes special consideration for currency conversion by specifying the currency and the unit. Its now extended to One Quadrillion (16) digits conversion.

Console.WriteLine(WordConverter.GetNumberConverter("-5321.56", "dot"));

Console.WriteLine(WordConverter.ConverterToCurrency("862,999,256,856,214.56", "Naira", "Kobo"));

Console.WriteLine(WordConverter.ConverterToCurrency("1,162,050,500,000,214.56", "Naira", "Kobo"));