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Tech Tip - Number to Word Conversion


Some of your business processes are complex, some are simple. Let's look at check writing as an example. This is a really simple process, but you can run into one small snag.

When writing checks, you likely want to spell out the dollar amount that the check is for as an additional security feature.

$1023.23 = One Thousand Twenty-Three and Twenty-Three Cents.

There is no OCONV function that will do this for you, so this simple little program will likely come in handy:

NUMBER = "127.35"

This will produce the following results:

NUMBER: 127.35

In addition to converting numbers into dollar formats, you may need to convert it into a alpha counting formats, such as:

NUMBER: 127.35

You can download the code for this subroutine from:



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