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Converting Numbers to Text in C#

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9 Jan 2017CPOL
A simple program to translate numbers into their textual representation. (To turn 1013 into "one thousand, thirteen").



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10 - publicly available No 10-Jan-17 4:48 Available Chris Maunder
9 No 10-Jan-17 3:27 Available Sean Ewington
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8 No 10-Jan-17 3:11 Pending kdmote
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3 No 9-Jan-17 10:19 Pending kdmote
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1 No 8-Jan-17 12:56 Pending kdmote
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