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Hi Angel Not that I know of in Java API. Can't you just write your own class if you just have single digit numbers to manipulate? If you have 123 and you want to have "one hundred and twenty three" then its little difficult I guess but if you have one digit numbers then you can just define mapping right? Regards Maulin
Hello , I wrote a method which does exactly what you want to do in a calculator assignment for my degree. At the moment I don't have it the at the place I am writting this anser. But if you want I will defenetely give you the coding when I go home. My coding translates 9 decimal numbers and 3 floating point numbers.
SCJP 1.4, SCMAD 1.0<br />SCWCD, SCBCD (in progress)
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Yes, I would be interested in seeing that method. I've made my own method for now, but I would like to see another implementation of it. Angel