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JASdeep11

  • 2 years ago

Write a program that reads a whole number of up to nine digits and prints it in words. For example, the input 13247 ought to produce "thirteen thousand two hundred forty seven". i need a step-by-step explanation not the code and i am supposed use the switch statement

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  1. thangeram
    • 2 years ago
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    ya it will be mix-up of switch case and conditional statements

  2. msmithhnova
    • 2 years ago
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    You could use integer division and mod to get each digit or convert to string and get each char as below. digit1 = 123456789 integer divided by 100000000 digit2 = (123456789 mod 100000000) integer divided by 10000000 etc or get string of 123456789 resulting in '123456789' then for each char in string get digit the do the switch/case on that digit now, you won't be working with strictly one digit at a time but this may give you an idea of how to go about it

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