Tool to write a number in letters, it allows to check the amount or the value written, it is a common writing in contracts or checks.

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Tag(s) : Numeral System

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Tool to write a number in letters, it allows to check the amount or the value written, it is a common writing in contracts or checks.

To write a digit or a number in letters in English, numbers have to be written following some easy rules (with few exceptions, see below).

Example: 123 is written one hundred (and) twenty-three (the word and can be omitted)

dCode applies million, billion, trillion, etc. for big numbers names up to 10^63.

Words hundred, thousand, etc. are indeclinable (no plural form). There is an uninflected plural of numerals based on old English and today they did not change form.

Example: 1000 : one thousand

2000 : two thousand (no final s)

Example: 3000000 : three millions

4003002001 : four billion three million two thousand (and) one

Digits from 0 to 9 are written :

0 | zero |

1 | one |

2 | two |

3 | three |

4 | four |

5 | five |

6 | six |

7 | seven |

8 | eight |

9 | nine |

Numbers from 10 to 20 are written :

10 | ten |

11 | eleven |

12 | twelve |

13 | thirteen |

14 | fourteen |

15 | fifteen |

16 | sixteen |

17 | seventeen |

18 | eighteen |

19 | nineteen |

20 | twenty |

Hyphens are used for composed numbers inferior to 100.

Example: 21 : twenty-one

22 : twenty-two

88 : eighty-eight

200 : two hundred

The use of hyphens can be tolerated with other numbers (ie. superior to 100). It has the advantages to delimitate the number in a sentence.

Example: One hundred and one half for 100 + 1/2

Example: One-hundred-and-one half for 101 * 1/2

There are 10 digits: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 that allows writing all the numbers. Numbers are composed from 1 to n digits.

Example: In the number 248, there are three digits that are 2, 4 and 8.

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