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Displaying a Numeric Figure as a Alpha characters

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Iam just new to VB, Iam developing a Payroll prog Iam in the stage of getting payadvices.What I need is a program where when a number is entered it has to display or print as character Eg -9999.99 as $ Ninethousand nine hundred and ninety nine & cents ninety nine can some one please help me with such a program ?
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GRRRR lucky lucky :-)
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Oh, here's a link gor you:

You've got to edit some bits of it for the cents part.

Download...
http://www.vb-helper.com/Howto/numwords.zip
Description: Convert a number into words (3K)

That's it!

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by:Valliappan AN
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Check this link, you got what you want:

http://www.vb-helper.com/Howto/numwords.zip

(There are functions for convert to words with different options)
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I think, all of us, have got it. glass_cookie, we both got the same one - within the posting time.
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That's interesting!  It usually happens when 2 or more pple post the same stuff around the same time (hee hee hee) : )

That's it!

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And the winner is ... ???
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I vote points to emoreau...
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Thanks.
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