Hello everyone,

Background: I am currently attempting a project for a professor of mine, but I cannot integrate my formula properly into my code. The project calls for a conversion from numbers to words. (I last worked in C++ a year and a half ago, so any words that don't make sense in syntax are placeholders so I understand what I was trying to do when I have a chance to look up the proper functions later) I know how I want to isolate each number, and also how to have it export it. The problem I run into is with my IF statements when I am trying to extract the respective numbers.

Assuming the number I am searching for is 15824.23, I would first take off the .23 and deal with it at the end of the equation, and then turn the 15824 -> _15 824

I would take the 824, extract the 4 through mod then divide by 10 so it would truncate off the 4, mod by 10...rinse and repeat until I got each number. After I finished my first group of 3, I would move onto my next group of 3 until I ran out of numbers to extract basically.

```
#include <iostream>
#include <iomanip>
#include <string>
using namespace std
int long string;
string onesA[20] = {"zero","one","two","three","four","five","six","seven","eight","nine","ten","eleven","twelve","thirteen","fourteen","fifteen","sixteen","seventeen","eighteen","nineteen"}
string onesB[20] = {"Zero","One","Two","Three","Four","Five","Six","Seven","Eight","Nine","Ten","Eleven","Twelve","Thirteen","Fourteen","Fifteen","Sixteen","Seventeen","Eighteen","Nineteen"}
string tensA[8] = {"twenty-","thirty-","fourty-","fifty-","sixty-","seventy-","eighty-","ninety-"}
string tensB[8] = {"Twenty-","Thirty-","Fourty-","Fifty-","Sixty-","Seventy-","Eighty-","Ninety-"}
string hundredsA[9] = {"one hundred","two hundred","three hundred","four hundred","five hundred","six hundred","seven hundred","eight hundred","nine hundred"}
string hundredsB[9] = {"One hundred","Two hundred","Three hundred","Four hundred","Five hundred","Six hundred","Seven hundred","Eight hundred","Nine hundred"}
string thousandsA[1] = {"one thousand"}
string thousandsB[1] = {"Thousand"}
string millionsA[1] = {"million"}
string millionsB[1] = {"Million"}
string billionsA[1] = {"billion"}
string billionsB[1] = {"Billion"}
int main()
{
int x;
int y;e
int z;
int temp;
int n;
temp = n;
x = temp % 10;
y = (temp / 10) % 10;
z = (temp / 100) % 10;
cout << "Please Enter a Number: " << endl;
cin >> number;
if ()
{
n<0;
cout << "Invalid Number" << endl;
cout << "Please Enter Another Number" << endl;
}
if ()
{
n<=19;
load str::ones;
get value = n;
}
if ()
{
n <= 99 and n >= 20;
load str::tens;
get value::y
load y
load str::ones;
}
if ()
{
n<=999 and n>=100
load str::hundreds;
load str::tens;
load str::ones
}
} return 0;
```

Any suggestions on how to best execute this would be appreciated, again I do not want the work done for me, I simply want some tips on the best ways to go about this.

Thanks,

CSStudent728

EDIT: I realize it is very incomplete what I have posted (coding wise), but I am at a roadblock at the moment and I am unsure the best way to proceed.

*Edited 6 Years Ago by CSStudent728*: Clarification for posting.