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Hi All,

I am using VS 2008 using web application.

how to convert number into words in c#.

Regards
Mukesh
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_Amy 5-Aug-14 10:46am

Your question is not informative at all. what do you mean by number to words? Click on Improve Question(Green Button) and provide the details.

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## Solution 3

Did you search at all? You didn't, did you? There are many many many articles and tips here that provide that.

I hadn't realized that school was picking up again already. It seems this is a perennial first year class assignment. And then all the students are so proud of their creations that they post them here.

Furthermore, none of these implementations is perfect (including Solution 2), but you can read each and use the concepts you like to form a solution that is truly your own.

Convert Currency To Words in Lakh, Crores, etc.[^]

Convert Amount in Words and Separate Amount with comma in Bangladeshi Currency Format using C#.NET[^]

XSLT Number to String Transformation II[^]

Convert Numeric Currency into Words for International Currency - Part - II (Optimized)[^]

We have so many we even have a spoof: Converting numbers to the word equivalent. [^]
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## Solution 1

PIEBALDconsult 5-Aug-14 11:18am

Ooooh, sorry, that links to another site. Naughty naughty.
Mehdi Gholam 5-Aug-14 11:27am

Amazingly it was the first in Google (I was looking for the ones in CP honest! :))
PIEBALDconsult 5-Aug-14 11:29am

OK, I'll let you off easy this time. I keep the links I posted in a bookmark because I have to post them so frequently. :(

hehe you can also try to copy/paste the content (source code) here too :P with a little elaboration. ;)
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## Solution 2

```static int input;
static int temp;
static int index = 0;
static int[] buffer = new int[10];

static void ones(int value)//to print numbers in ones
{
switch (value)
{
case 1: Console.Write(" one"); break;
case 2: Console.Write(" Two"); break;
case 3: Console.Write(" three"); break;
case 4: Console.Write(" Four"); break;
case 5: Console.Write(" Five"); break;
case 6: Console.Write(" Six"); break;
case 7: Console.Write(" Seven"); break;
case 8: Console.Write(" Eight"); break;
case 9: Console.Write(" Nine"); break;
default: break;
}
}

static void teens(int value)//to print numbers which are in teens
{
switch (value)
{
case 0: Console.Write("ten"); break;
case 1: Console.Write(" eleven"); break;
case 2: Console.Write(" Twelve"); break;
case 3: Console.Write(" thirteen"); break;
case 4: Console.Write(" Fourteen"); break;
case 5: Console.Write(" Fifteen"); break;
case 6: Console.Write(" Sixteen"); break;
case 7: Console.Write(" Seventeen"); break;
case 8: Console.Write(" Eighteen"); break;
case 9: Console.Write(" Nineteen"); break;
}
}

static void tens(int value)//to print tens values
{
switch (value)
{
case 2: Console.Write(" Twenty"); break;
case 3: Console.Write(" thirty"); break;
case 4: Console.Write(" Forty"); break;
case 5: Console.Write(" Fifty"); break;
case 6: Console.Write(" Sixty"); break;
case 7: Console.Write(" Seventy"); break;
case 8: Console.Write(" Eighty"); break;
case 9: Console.Write(" Ninty"); break;
default: break;
}
}

static void Main(string[] args)
{
Console.WriteLine("Enter a number to convert it into words");
input = Convert.ToInt32(Console.ReadLine());//input from the user
do
{
buffer[index] = input % 10;
input /= 10;
index++;
} while (input != 0);
wordgeneration();
}

private static void wordgeneration()
{
for (temp = index - 1; temp >= 0; temp--)
{
if (temp == 5)//check for the values in lakhs
{
ones(buffer[temp]);
Console.Write("Lakhs");
}
else if (temp == 3)//check for the numbers in thousands
{
if (buffer[temp + 1] == 1)
{
teens(buffer[temp]);
Console.Write("Thousand");
}
else
{
tens(buffer[temp + 1]);
ones(buffer[temp]);
if (!((buffer[temp + 1] == 0) && (buffer[temp] == 0)))
{
Console.Write("Thousand");
}
}
}
else if (temp == 2)//check for the numbers in hundreds
{
if (buffer[temp] != 0)
{
ones(buffer[temp]);
Console.Write("Hundred");
}
}
else if (temp == 0)//chcek for the numbers in tens and ones
{
if (buffer[temp + 1] == 1)
teens(buffer[temp]);
else
{
tens(buffer[temp + 1]);
ones(buffer[temp]);

}
}

}
}
```

Convert this to web application.
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## Solution 7

```using System;
using System.Linq;

namespace CSN2W
{
class Program
{
static void Main(string[] args)
{
string result;
int i, num;
int[] arrNum =
{
-1, 0, 5, 10, 15, 19, 20, 21, 25, 33, 49, 50, 72,
99, 100, 101, 117, 199, 200, 214, 517, 589, 999,5700,
1000, 1010, 1018, 1200, 9890, 10119, 13535, 57019,
99999, 100000, 100001,1900001,19000010,1111111111,59899999
};

for (i = 0; i < arrNum.Count(); i++)
{
num = arrNum[i];
result = NumberToWord(num);
Console.WriteLine(num + "\t" + result);
}
}

static string NumberToWord(int num)
{
if (num == 0)
return "Zero";

if (num < 0)
return "Not supported";

var words = "";
string[] strones = { "One", "Two", "Three", "Four", "Five", "Six", "Seven", "Eight", "Nine", "Ten", "Eleven", "Twelve", "Thirteen", "Fourteen", "Fifteen", "Sixteen", "Seventeen", "Eighteen", "Nineteen" };
string[] strtens = { "Twenty", "Thirty", "Fourty", "Fifty", "Sixty", "Seventy", "Eighty", "Ninety" };

int crore = 0, lakhs = 0, thousands = 0, hundreds = 0, tens = 0, single = 0;

crore = num / 10000000; num = num - crore * 10000000;
lakhs = num / 100000;   num = num - lakhs * 100000;
thousands = num / 1000; num = num - thousands * 1000;
hundreds = num / 100;   num = num - hundreds * 100;
if (num > 19)
{
tens = num / 10;    num = num - tens * 10;
}
single = num;

if (crore > 0)
{
if (crore > 19)
words += NumberToWord(crore) + "Crore ";
else
words += strones[crore - 1] + " Crore ";
}

if (lakhs > 0)
{
if (lakhs > 19)
words += NumberToWord(lakhs) + "Lakh ";
else
words += strones[lakhs - 1] + " Lakh ";
}

if (thousands > 0)
{
if (thousands > 19)
words += NumberToWord(thousands) + "Thousand ";
else
words += strones[thousands - 1] + " Thousand ";
}

if (hundreds > 0)
words += strones[hundreds - 1] + " Hundred ";

if (tens > 0)
words += strtens[tens - 2] + " ";

if (single > 0)
words += strones[single - 1] + " ";

return words;
}
}
}```
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CHill60 21-Jul-15 6:48am

Please don't resurrect old questions that are already resolved. Your solution brings nothing new to the other solutions.
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## Solution 8

Try this

http://www.codeproject.com/Tips/568673/Numbers-to-Words-in-Csharp-SQL-Server-and-Crystal
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Matt T Heffron 24-Nov-15 12:54pm

As was noted above 5 months ago:
CHill60 25-Nov-15 5:47am

Further to the comment above, posting links to your own article as solutions to old, resolved posts, is usually considered to be abuse of the site