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Posted on 1998-12-11
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Thanks for dm_14

Your answer for my question has been successed, but it is reading from hundred only and all the invoice having 234.560 KD Fils but reading like this "KUWAITI DINAR 0 Two Hundred Thirty Four and fils 559 only. 1 fils price has reduced and if the invoice more than hundred I mean above thousand it will not read

Pls revert with complete amount read from
Example :  Thousand 2348.598 (Kuwaiti Dinar two thousand three hundred forty eight and fils 598 only)

This is your formula :

   United Arab Emirates

   Here is the code for the conversion :


   Example : NumToWord (23.343)
   KUWAITI DINAR Twenty Three and FILS 343 only


   '===========================================================
   '     =====
   '     '*** This is the main function call
   '===========================================================
   '     =====

   Function NumToWord(numval)

           Dim NTW, NText, dollars, cents, NWord, totalcents As String
           Dim decplace, TotalSets, cnt, LDollHold As Integer
           ReDim NumParts(9) As String 'Array for Amount (sets of three)
           ReDim Place(9) As String 'Array containing place holders
           Dim LDoll As Integer 'Length of the Dollars Text Amount
           Place(2) = " Thousand " '
           Place(3) = " Million " 'Place holder names for money
           Place(4) = " Billion " 'amounts
           Place(5) = " Trillion " '
           NTW = "" 'Temp value for the function
           NText = round_curr(numval) 'Roundup the cents to eliminate       cents gr 2
           NText = Trim(Str(NText)) 'String representation of amount
           decplace = InStr(Trim(NText), ".") 'Position of decimal 0 if none
           dollars = Trim(Left(NText, IIf(decplace = 0, Len(numval), decplace - 1)))
           LDoll = Len(dollars)
           cents = Trim(Right(NText, IIf(decplace = 0, 0, Abs(decplace - Len(NText)))))
           If Len(cents) = 1 Then
           cents = cents & "0"
           End If
           If (LDoll Mod 3) = 0 Then
           TotalSets = (LDoll \ 3)
           Else
           TotalSets = (LDoll \ 3) + 1
           End If
           cnt = 1
           LDollHold = LDoll
           Do While LDoll > 0
           NumParts(cnt) = IIf(LDoll > 3, Right(dollars, 3), Trim(dollars))
           dollars = IIf(LDoll > 3, Left(dollars, (IIf(LDoll < 3, 3, LDoll)) - 3), "")
           LDoll = Len(dollars)
           cnt = cnt + 1
           Loop
           For cnt = TotalSets To 1 Step -1 'step through NumParts array
           NWord = GetWord(NumParts(cnt)) 'convert 1 element of       NumParts
           iP1 = InStr(cnt, ".")
           NTW = NTW & NWord 'concatenate it to temp       variable
           If NWord <> "" Then NTW = NTW & Place(cnt)
           Next cnt 'loop through
           If LDollHold > 0 Then
           NTW = "KUWAITI DINAR " & NTW & " and " 'concatenate text
           Else
           NTW = " NO KUWAITI DINAR " & NTW & " and " 'concatenate text
           End If
           If Len(cents) > 3 Then
               cents = Left(cents, 3)
           End If
           totalcents = cents 'GetTens(cents) 'Convert cents part to word
           If totalcents = "" Then totalfils = "NO" 'Concat NO if cents=0
           NTW = NTW & "FILS " & totalcents & " only" 'Concat Dollars and Cents
           NumToWord = NTW 'Assign word value to


   End Function

    '==========================================================
   '     ======
    ' The following function converts a number from 1 to 9 to t
   '     ext
    '==========================================================
   '     ======

   Function GetDigit(Digit)

           Select Case Val(Digit)
           Case 1: GetDigit = "One" '
           Case 2: GetDigit = "Two" '
           Case 3: GetDigit = "Three" '
           Case 4: GetDigit = "Four" ' Assign a numeric word value
           Case 5: GetDigit = "Five" ' based on a single digit.
           Case 6: GetDigit = "Six" '
           Case 7: GetDigit = "Seven" '
           Case 8: GetDigit = "Eight" '
           Case 9: GetDigit = "Nine" '
           Case Else: GetDigit = "" '
           End Select
   End Function 'End function GetDigit - return to calling program

    '==========================================================
   '     ======
    ' The following function converts a number from 10 to 99 to
   '      text
    '==========================================================
   '     ======

   Function GetTens(tenstext)

           Dim GT As String
           GT = "" 'null out the temporary function value
           If Val(Left(tenstext, 1)) = 1 Then ' If value between 10-19
           Select Case Val(tenstext)
          Case 10: GT = "Ten" '
          Case 11: GT = "Eleven" '
          Case 12: GT = "Twelve" '
          Case 13: GT = "Thirteen" ' Retrieve numeric word
          Case 14: GT = "Fourteen" ' value if between ten and
          Case 15: GT = "Fifteen" ' nineteen inclusive.
          Case 16: GT = "Sixteen" '
          Case 17: GT = "Seventeen" '
          Case 18: GT = "Eighteen" '
          Case 19: GT = "Nineteen" '
          Case Else
           End Select
             
           Else ' If value between 20-99
           Select Case Val(Left(tenstext, 1))
             
          Case 2: GT = "Twenty " '
          Case 3: GT = "Thirty " '
          Case 4: GT = "Forty " '
          Case 5: GT = "Fifty " ' Retrieve value if it is
          Case 6: GT = "Sixty " ' divisible by ten
          Case 7: GT = "Seventy " ' excluding the value ten.
          Case 8: GT = "Eighty " '
          Case 9: GT = "Ninety " '
          Case Else
           End Select
           GT = GT & GetDigit(Right(tenstext, 1)) 'Retrieve ones place
           End If
             
           GetTens = GT ' Assign function return value.
   End Function


   '===========================================================
   '     ======
   ' The following function converts a number from 0 to 999 to
   '     text
   '===========================================================
   '     ======

   Function GetWord(NumText)

           Dim GW As String, x As Integer
           GW = "" 'null out temporary function value
           If Val(NumText) > 0 Then
           For x = 1 To Len(NumText) 'loop the length of NumText times
          Select Case Len(NumText)
          Case 3:
           If Val(NumText) > 99 Then
           GW = GetDigit(Left(NumText, 1)) & " Hundred "
           End If
           NumText = Right(NumText, 2)
          Case 2:
           GW = GW & GetTens(NumText)
           NumText = ""
          Case 1:
           GW = GetDigit(NumText)
          Case Else
   End Select

    Next x
    End If
    GetWord = GW 'assign function return value
   End Function 'End function GetWord - Return to calling program


   Function round_curr(currValue)

          '     '
          '     'This rounds any currency field
          '     '
           
          round_curr = currValue
   End Function
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Hi, bakery1!

Do you see my answer to your previous question?

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Hi dedushka

yes sir, it is OK


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Hi, bakery!

Can i take this points?

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Hi dedushka

Excellent your answer

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