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How to Convert Numbers (money) into Words in Indian Format?

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Plz... Help me...

I want some code for Converting a Number (money) to Words in Indian Format in C#.NET

eg.: if I enter 12345678 then it gives as ...

if, anybody has this type of format Code .. plz.. send it to my mail addresss


Plz... Help me..

Sep 1 '07 #1
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Mar 30 '09 #4

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The Bytes volunteers are not here to write your code for you.
Bytes is very much a "Give me a fish I eat for a day. Teach me to fish I eat for a lifetime" kind of place. Just giving you the code doesn't help you learn near as effectively as good old-fashioned trial and error.

Do a little reading up and experimenting then if your trials aren't doing what you expect, post the code and relevant messages/errors and we'll see what we can do to point you in the right direction for making it work.

Try hitting Google with terms of your programming language and primary terms of what you want to do. For example "C# custom events" or "VB datagrid Excel". I've found this to be a very effective tool.

You need to take it upon yourself to
  • First: Do some research. I heard about thing thing called Google, or books even.
  • Second: Do some experiments yourself. You will learn so much from actually trying it before throwing up your hands in defeat before even starting.
  • Third: Show the volunteers here the code that you created that was the closest to successful along with relevant errors.

Additionally, we do not go around hijacking other people's threads for our own purposes. Putting your post at the end of a thread started 01sep07 isn't the best way to get noticed.

Please visit the Posting Guidelines for tips on how to ask questions to get the best help.

Please make an effort on your own... something... anything... that looks like you at least tried... and then start your own thread showing what works and what doesn't and ask for assistance, not for someone to do it for you.
Mar 31 '09 #5

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