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Converting numbers to the word equivalent.

, 19 Aug 2010 CPOL
I'm sorry, but that's a horrible way to do it...Here is what I would do... public class NumberToWords { public static string ConvertToWords(int Number) { //Split the string into 3 part pieces string numStr = Number.ToString(); ...
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I studied Software Engineering at Milwaukee School of Engineering for 2 years before switching to Management of Information Systems for a more business oriented approach. I've been developing software since the age of 14, and have waded through languages such as QBasic, TrueBasic, C, C++, Java, VB6, VB.NET, C#, etc. I've been developing professionally since 2002 in .NET.

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