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Wie konvertiert man Zahlen in Java?

Wir haben derzeit einen einfachen Mechanismus, um Zahlen in Wörter umzuwandeln (z. B. unter Verwendung einiger statischer Arrays) und basierend auf der Größe der Zahl, die diese in einen englischen Text übersetzt. Aber wir haben Probleme mit Zahlen, die riesig sind.

10183 = Ten thousand one hundred eighty three
90 = Ninety
5888 = Five thousand eight hundred eighty eight

Gibt es eine einfach zu bedienende Funktion in einer der Mathematikbibliotheken, die ich für diesen Zweck verwenden kann?

108
Jason

Hier ist der Code, ich glaube nicht, dass es eine Methode in SE gibt.

Es konvertiert im Wesentlichen number in string und parst String und ordnet es der Gewichtung zu

zum Beispiel

1000

1 wird als tausend Position behandelt und 1 wird aufgrund der Position auf "one" und tausend zugeordnet


Dies ist der Code von der Website:

Englisch

import Java.text.DecimalFormat;

public class EnglishNumberToWords {

  private static final String[] tensNames = {
    "",
    " ten",
    " twenty",
    " thirty",
    " forty",
    " fifty",
    " sixty",
    " seventy",
    " eighty",
    " ninety"
  };

  private static final String[] numNames = {
    "",
    " one",
    " two",
    " three",
    " four",
    " five",
    " six",
    " seven",
    " eight",
    " nine",
    " ten",
    " eleven",
    " twelve",
    " thirteen",
    " fourteen",
    " fifteen",
    " sixteen",
    " seventeen",
    " eighteen",
    " nineteen"
  };

  private EnglishNumberToWords() {}

  private static String convertLessThanOneThousand(int number) {
    String soFar;

    if (number % 100 < 20){
      soFar = numNames[number % 100];
      number /= 100;
    }
    else {
      soFar = numNames[number % 10];
      number /= 10;

      soFar = tensNames[number % 10] + soFar;
      number /= 10;
    }
    if (number == 0) return soFar;
    return numNames[number] + " hundred" + soFar;
  }


  public static String convert(long number) {
    // 0 to 999 999 999 999
    if (number == 0) { return "zero"; }

    String snumber = Long.toString(number);

    // pad with "0"
    String mask = "000000000000";
    DecimalFormat df = new DecimalFormat(mask);
    snumber = df.format(number);

    // XXXnnnnnnnnn
    int billions = Integer.parseInt(snumber.substring(0,3));
    // nnnXXXnnnnnn
    int millions  = Integer.parseInt(snumber.substring(3,6));
    // nnnnnnXXXnnn
    int hundredThousands = Integer.parseInt(snumber.substring(6,9));
    // nnnnnnnnnXXX
    int thousands = Integer.parseInt(snumber.substring(9,12));

    String tradBillions;
    switch (billions) {
    case 0:
      tradBillions = "";
      break;
    case 1 :
      tradBillions = convertLessThanOneThousand(billions)
      + " billion ";
      break;
    default :
      tradBillions = convertLessThanOneThousand(billions)
      + " billion ";
    }
    String result =  tradBillions;

    String tradMillions;
    switch (millions) {
    case 0:
      tradMillions = "";
      break;
    case 1 :
      tradMillions = convertLessThanOneThousand(millions)
         + " million ";
      break;
    default :
      tradMillions = convertLessThanOneThousand(millions)
         + " million ";
    }
    result =  result + tradMillions;

    String tradHundredThousands;
    switch (hundredThousands) {
    case 0:
      tradHundredThousands = "";
      break;
    case 1 :
      tradHundredThousands = "one thousand ";
      break;
    default :
      tradHundredThousands = convertLessThanOneThousand(hundredThousands)
         + " thousand ";
    }
    result =  result + tradHundredThousands;

    String tradThousand;
    tradThousand = convertLessThanOneThousand(thousands);
    result =  result + tradThousand;

    // remove extra spaces!
    return result.replaceAll("^\\s+", "").replaceAll("\\b\\s{2,}\\b", " ");
  }

  /**
   * testing
   * @param args
   */
  public static void main(String[] args) {
    System.out.println("*** " + EnglishNumberToWords.convert(0));
    System.out.println("*** " + EnglishNumberToWords.convert(1));
    System.out.println("*** " + EnglishNumberToWords.convert(16));
    System.out.println("*** " + EnglishNumberToWords.convert(100));
    System.out.println("*** " + EnglishNumberToWords.convert(118));
    System.out.println("*** " + EnglishNumberToWords.convert(200));
    System.out.println("*** " + EnglishNumberToWords.convert(219));
    System.out.println("*** " + EnglishNumberToWords.convert(800));
    System.out.println("*** " + EnglishNumberToWords.convert(801));
    System.out.println("*** " + EnglishNumberToWords.convert(1316));
    System.out.println("*** " + EnglishNumberToWords.convert(1000000));
    System.out.println("*** " + EnglishNumberToWords.convert(2000000));
    System.out.println("*** " + EnglishNumberToWords.convert(3000200));
    System.out.println("*** " + EnglishNumberToWords.convert(700000));
    System.out.println("*** " + EnglishNumberToWords.convert(9000000));
    System.out.println("*** " + EnglishNumberToWords.convert(9001000));
    System.out.println("*** " + EnglishNumberToWords.convert(123456789));
    System.out.println("*** " + EnglishNumberToWords.convert(2147483647));
    System.out.println("*** " + EnglishNumberToWords.convert(3000000010L));

    /*
     *** zero
     *** one
     *** sixteen
     *** one hundred
     *** one hundred eighteen
     *** two hundred
     *** two hundred nineteen
     *** eight hundred
     *** eight hundred one
     *** one thousand three hundred sixteen
     *** one million
     *** two millions
     *** three millions two hundred
     *** seven hundred thousand
     *** nine millions
     *** nine millions one thousand
     *** one hundred twenty three millions four hundred
     **      fifty six thousand seven hundred eighty nine
     *** two billion one hundred forty seven millions
     **      four hundred eighty three thousand six hundred forty seven
     *** three billion ten
     **/
  }
}

Français Ganz anders als die englische Version, aber Französisch ist viel schwieriger!

package com.rgagnon.howto;

import Java.text.*;

class FrenchNumberToWords {
  private static final String[] dizaineNames = {
    "",
    "",
    "vingt",
    "trente",
    "quarante",
    "cinquante",
    "soixante",
    "soixante",
    "quatre-vingt",
    "quatre-vingt"
  };

  private static final String[] uniteNames1 = {
    "",
    "un",
    "deux",
    "trois",
    "quatre",
    "cinq",
    "six",
    "sept",
    "huit",
    "neuf",
    "dix",
    "onze",
    "douze",
    "treize",
    "quatorze",
    "quinze",
    "seize",
    "dix-sept",
    "dix-huit",
    "dix-neuf"
  };

  private static final String[] uniteNames2 = {
    "",
    "",
    "deux",
    "trois",
    "quatre",
    "cinq",
    "six",
    "sept",
    "huit",
    "neuf",
    "dix"
  };

  private FrenchNumberToWords() {}

  private static String convertZeroToHundred(int number) {

    int laDizaine = number / 10;
    int lUnite = number % 10;
    String resultat = "";

    switch (laDizaine) {
    case 1 :
    case 7 :
    case 9 :
      lUnite = lUnite + 10;
      break;
    default:
    }

    // séparateur "-" "et"  ""
    String laLiaison = "";
    if (laDizaine > 1) {
      laLiaison = "-";
    }
    // cas particuliers
    switch (lUnite) {
    case 0:
      laLiaison = "";
      break;
    case 1 :
      if (laDizaine == 8) {
        laLiaison = "-";
      }
      else {
        laLiaison = " et ";
      }
      break;
    case 11 :
      if (laDizaine==7) {
        laLiaison = " et ";
      }
      break;
    default:
    }

    // dizaines en lettres
    switch (laDizaine) {
    case 0:
      resultat = uniteNames1[lUnite];
      break;
    case 8 :
      if (lUnite == 0) {
        resultat = dizaineNames[laDizaine];
      }
      else {
        resultat = dizaineNames[laDizaine]
                                + laLiaison + uniteNames1[lUnite];
      }
      break;
    default :
      resultat = dizaineNames[laDizaine]
                              + laLiaison + uniteNames1[lUnite];
    }
    return resultat;
  }

  private static String convertLessThanOneThousand(int number) {

    int lesCentaines = number / 100;
    int leReste = number % 100;
    String sReste = convertZeroToHundred(leReste);

    String resultat;
    switch (lesCentaines) {
    case 0:
      resultat = sReste;
      break;
    case 1 :
      if (leReste > 0) {
        resultat = "cent " + sReste;
      }
      else {
        resultat = "cent";
      }
      break;
    default :
      if (leReste > 0) {
        resultat = uniteNames2[lesCentaines] + " cent " + sReste;
      }
      else {
        resultat = uniteNames2[lesCentaines] + " cents";
      }
    }
    return resultat;
  }

  public static String convert(long number) {
    // 0 à 999 999 999 999
    if (number == 0) { return "zéro"; }

    String snumber = Long.toString(number);

    // pad des "0"
    String mask = "000000000000";
    DecimalFormat df = new DecimalFormat(mask);
    snumber = df.format(number);

    // XXXnnnnnnnnn
    int lesMilliards = Integer.parseInt(snumber.substring(0,3));
    // nnnXXXnnnnnn
    int lesMillions  = Integer.parseInt(snumber.substring(3,6));
    // nnnnnnXXXnnn
    int lesCentMille = Integer.parseInt(snumber.substring(6,9));
    // nnnnnnnnnXXX
    int lesMille = Integer.parseInt(snumber.substring(9,12));

    String tradMilliards;
    switch (lesMilliards) {
    case 0:
      tradMilliards = "";
      break;
    case 1 :
      tradMilliards = convertLessThanOneThousand(lesMilliards)
         + " milliard ";
      break;
    default :
      tradMilliards = convertLessThanOneThousand(lesMilliards)
         + " milliards ";
    }
    String resultat =  tradMilliards;

    String tradMillions;
    switch (lesMillions) {
    case 0:
      tradMillions = "";
      break;
    case 1 :
      tradMillions = convertLessThanOneThousand(lesMillions)
         + " million ";
      break;
    default :
      tradMillions = convertLessThanOneThousand(lesMillions)
         + " millions ";
    }
    resultat =  resultat + tradMillions;

    String tradCentMille;
    switch (lesCentMille) {
    case 0:
      tradCentMille = "";
      break;
    case 1 :
      tradCentMille = "mille ";
      break;
    default :
      tradCentMille = convertLessThanOneThousand(lesCentMille)
         + " mille ";
    }
    resultat =  resultat + tradCentMille;

    String tradMille;
    tradMille = convertLessThanOneThousand(lesMille);
    resultat =  resultat + tradMille;

    return resultat;
  }

  public static void main(String[] args) {
    System.out.println("*** " + FrenchNumberToWords.convert(0));
    System.out.println("*** " + FrenchNumberToWords.convert(9));
    System.out.println("*** " + FrenchNumberToWords.convert(19));
    System.out.println("*** " + FrenchNumberToWords.convert(21));
    System.out.println("*** " + FrenchNumberToWords.convert(28));
    System.out.println("*** " + FrenchNumberToWords.convert(71));
    System.out.println("*** " + FrenchNumberToWords.convert(72));
    System.out.println("*** " + FrenchNumberToWords.convert(80));
    System.out.println("*** " + FrenchNumberToWords.convert(81));
    System.out.println("*** " + FrenchNumberToWords.convert(89));
    System.out.println("*** " + FrenchNumberToWords.convert(90));
    System.out.println("*** " + FrenchNumberToWords.convert(91));
    System.out.println("*** " + FrenchNumberToWords.convert(97));
    System.out.println("*** " + FrenchNumberToWords.convert(100));
    System.out.println("*** " + FrenchNumberToWords.convert(101));
    System.out.println("*** " + FrenchNumberToWords.convert(110));
    System.out.println("*** " + FrenchNumberToWords.convert(120));
    System.out.println("*** " + FrenchNumberToWords.convert(200));
    System.out.println("*** " + FrenchNumberToWords.convert(201));
    System.out.println("*** " + FrenchNumberToWords.convert(232));
    System.out.println("*** " + FrenchNumberToWords.convert(999));
    System.out.println("*** " + FrenchNumberToWords.convert(1000));
    System.out.println("*** " + FrenchNumberToWords.convert(1001));
    System.out.println("*** " + FrenchNumberToWords.convert(10000));
    System.out.println("*** " + FrenchNumberToWords.convert(10001));
    System.out.println("*** " + FrenchNumberToWords.convert(100000));
    System.out.println("*** " + FrenchNumberToWords.convert(2000000));
    System.out.println("*** " + FrenchNumberToWords.convert(3000000000L));
    System.out.println("*** " + FrenchNumberToWords.convert(2147483647));
    /*
     *** OUTPUT
     *** zéro
     *** neuf
     *** dix-neuf
     *** vingt et un
     *** vingt-huit
     *** soixante et onze
     *** soixante-douze
     *** quatre-vingt
     *** quatre-vingt-un
     *** quatre-vingt-neuf
     *** quatre-vingt-dix
     *** quatre-vingt-onze
     *** quatre-vingt-dix-sept
     *** cent
     *** cent un
     *** cent dix
     *** cent vingt
     *** deux cents
     *** deux cent un
     *** deux cent trente-deux
     *** neuf cent quatre-vingt-dix-neuf
     *** mille
     *** mille un
     *** dix mille
     *** dix mille un
     *** cent mille
     *** deux millions
     *** trois milliards
     *** deux milliards cent quarante-sept millions
     **          quatre cent quatre-vingt-trois mille six cent quarante-sept
     */
  }
}

Sie können die Konvertierung in Dollar und Cent durchführen, indem Sie die Methode "convert" zweimal aufrufen.

String phrase = "12345.67" ;
Float num = new Float( phrase ) ;
int dollars = (int)Math.floor( num ) ;
int cent = (int)Math.floor( ( num - dollars ) * 100.0f ) ;

String s = "$ " + EnglishNumberToWords.convert( dollars ) + " and "
           + EnglishNumberToWords.convert( cent ) + " cents" ;

Eine andere Möglichkeit, eine integrierte Funktion Ihres DBMS zu verwenden (falls verfügbar) . Für Oracle

SQL> select to_char(to_date(873,'J'), 'JSP') as converted_form from dual;

CONVERTED_FORM
---------------------------
EIGHT HUNDRED SEVENTY-THREE

SQL>
'JSP' means :
J : the Julian format.
SP : spells the Word for the number passed to to_date
89
Jigar Joshi

Da es nicht für jedes Gebietsschema einen allgemeinen Algorithmus gibt, nein. Sie müssen für jedes von Ihnen unterstützte Gebietsschema einen eigenen Algorithmus implementieren.

**EDIT**

Nur zum Spaß habe ich herumgespielt, bis ich diese Klasse bekam. Long.MIN_VALUE kann aufgrund von Biteinschränkungen nicht angezeigt werden, aber ich gehe davon aus, dass er geändert werden könnte und long-Werttypen in double für dezimale oder größere Zahlen ändern kann Es kann beliebige Zahlen mit bis zu 66 Ziffern und 26 Dezimalstellen anzeigen, wobei eine Zahlendarstellung verwendet wird. Sie können weitere ScaleUnit für mehr Dezimalzahlen hinzufügen ...

/**
 * This class will convert numeric values into an english representation
 * 
 * For units, see : http://www.jimloy.com/math/billion.htm
 * 
 * @author [email protected]
 */
public class NumberToWords {

    static public class ScaleUnit {
        private int exponent;
        private String[] names;
        private ScaleUnit(int exponent, String...names) {
            this.exponent = exponent;
            this.names = names;
        }
        public int getExponent() {
            return exponent;
        }
        public String getName(int index) {
            return names[index];
        }
    }

    /**
     * See http://www.wordiq.com/definition/Names_of_large_numbers
     */
    static private ScaleUnit[] SCALE_UNITS = new ScaleUnit[] {
        new ScaleUnit(63, "vigintillion", "decilliard"),
        new ScaleUnit(60, "novemdecillion", "decillion"),
        new ScaleUnit(57, "octodecillion", "nonilliard"),
        new ScaleUnit(54, "septendecillion", "nonillion"),
        new ScaleUnit(51, "sexdecillion", "octilliard"),
        new ScaleUnit(48, "quindecillion", "octillion"),
        new ScaleUnit(45, "quattuordecillion", "septilliard"),
        new ScaleUnit(42, "tredecillion", "septillion"),
        new ScaleUnit(39, "duodecillion", "sextilliard"),
        new ScaleUnit(36, "undecillion", "sextillion"),
        new ScaleUnit(33, "decillion", "quintilliard"),
        new ScaleUnit(30, "nonillion", "quintillion"),
        new ScaleUnit(27, "octillion", "quadrilliard"),
        new ScaleUnit(24, "septillion", "quadrillion"),
        new ScaleUnit(21, "sextillion", "trilliard"),
        new ScaleUnit(18, "quintillion", "trillion"),
        new ScaleUnit(15, "quadrillion", "billiard"),
        new ScaleUnit(12, "trillion", "billion"),
        new ScaleUnit(9, "billion", "milliard"),
        new ScaleUnit(6, "million", "million"),
        new ScaleUnit(3, "thousand", "thousand"),
        new ScaleUnit(2, "hundred", "hundred"),
        //new ScaleUnit(1, "ten", "ten"),
        //new ScaleUnit(0, "one", "one"),
        new ScaleUnit(-1, "tenth", "tenth"),
        new ScaleUnit(-2, "hundredth", "hundredth"),
        new ScaleUnit(-3, "thousandth", "thousandth"),
        new ScaleUnit(-4, "ten-thousandth", "ten-thousandth"),
        new ScaleUnit(-5, "hundred-thousandth", "hundred-thousandth"),
        new ScaleUnit(-6, "millionth", "millionth"),
        new ScaleUnit(-7, "ten-millionth", "ten-millionth"),
        new ScaleUnit(-8, "hundred-millionth", "hundred-millionth"),
        new ScaleUnit(-9, "billionth", "milliardth"),
        new ScaleUnit(-10, "ten-billionth", "ten-milliardth"),
        new ScaleUnit(-11, "hundred-billionth", "hundred-milliardth"),
        new ScaleUnit(-12, "trillionth", "billionth"),
        new ScaleUnit(-13, "ten-trillionth", "ten-billionth"),
        new ScaleUnit(-14, "hundred-trillionth", "hundred-billionth"),
        new ScaleUnit(-15, "quadrillionth", "billiardth"),
        new ScaleUnit(-16, "ten-quadrillionth", "ten-billiardth"),
        new ScaleUnit(-17, "hundred-quadrillionth", "hundred-billiardth"),
        new ScaleUnit(-18, "quintillionth", "trillionth"),
        new ScaleUnit(-19, "ten-quintillionth", "ten-trillionth"),
        new ScaleUnit(-20, "hundred-quintillionth", "hundred-trillionth"),
        new ScaleUnit(-21, "sextillionth", "trilliardth"),
        new ScaleUnit(-22, "ten-sextillionth", "ten-trilliardth"),
        new ScaleUnit(-23, "hundred-sextillionth", "hundred-trilliardth"),
        new ScaleUnit(-24, "septillionth","quadrillionth"),
        new ScaleUnit(-25, "ten-septillionth","ten-quadrillionth"),
        new ScaleUnit(-26, "hundred-septillionth","hundred-quadrillionth"),
    };

    static public enum Scale {
        SHORT,
        LONG;

        public String getName(int exponent) {
            for (ScaleUnit unit : SCALE_UNITS) {
                if (unit.getExponent() == exponent) {
                    return unit.getName(this.ordinal());
                }
            }
            return ""; 
        }
    }

    /**
     * Change this scale to support American and modern British value (short scale)
     * or Traditional British value (long scale)
     */
    static public Scale SCALE = Scale.SHORT; 


    static abstract public class AbstractProcessor {

        static protected final String SEPARATOR = " ";
        static protected final int NO_VALUE = -1;

        protected List<Integer> getDigits(long value) {
            ArrayList<Integer> digits = new ArrayList<Integer>();
            if (value == 0) {
                digits.add(0);
            } else {
                while (value > 0) {
                    digits.add(0, (int) value % 10);
                    value /= 10;
                }
            }
            return digits;
        }

        public String getName(long value) {
            return getName(Long.toString(value));
        }

        public String getName(double value) {
            return getName(Double.toString(value));
        }

        abstract public String getName(String value);
    }

    static public class UnitProcessor extends AbstractProcessor {

        static private final String[] TOKENS = new String[] {
            "one", "two", "three", "four", "five", "six", "seven", "eight", "nine",
            "ten", "eleven", "twelve", "thirteen", "fourteen", "fifteen", "sixteen", "seventeen", "eighteen", "nineteen"
        };

        @Override
        public String getName(String value) {
            StringBuilder buffer = new StringBuilder();

            int offset = NO_VALUE;
            int number;
            if (value.length() > 3) {
                number = Integer.valueOf(value.substring(value.length() - 3), 10);
            } else {
                number = Integer.valueOf(value, 10);
            }
            number %= 100;
            if (number < 10) {
                offset = (number % 10) - 1;
                //number /= 10;
            } else if (number < 20) {
                offset = (number % 20) - 1;
                //number /= 100;
            }

            if (offset != NO_VALUE && offset < TOKENS.length) {
                buffer.append(TOKENS[offset]);
            }

            return buffer.toString();
        }

    }

    static public class TensProcessor extends AbstractProcessor {

        static private final String[] TOKENS = new String[] {
            "twenty", "thirty", "forty", "fifty", "sixty", "seventy", "eighty", "ninety"
        };

        static private final String UNION_SEPARATOR = "-";

        private UnitProcessor unitProcessor = new UnitProcessor();

        @Override
        public String getName(String value) {
            StringBuilder buffer = new StringBuilder();
            boolean tensFound = false;

            int number;
            if (value.length() > 3) {
                number = Integer.valueOf(value.substring(value.length() - 3), 10);
            } else {
                number = Integer.valueOf(value, 10);
            }
            number %= 100;   // keep only two digits
            if (number >= 20) {
                buffer.append(TOKENS[(number / 10) - 2]);
                number %= 10;
                tensFound = true;
            } else {
                number %= 20;
            }

            if (number != 0) {
                if (tensFound) {
                    buffer.append(UNION_SEPARATOR);
                }
                buffer.append(unitProcessor.getName(number));
            }

            return buffer.toString();
        }
    }

    static public class HundredProcessor extends AbstractProcessor {

        private int EXPONENT = 2;

        private UnitProcessor unitProcessor = new UnitProcessor();
        private TensProcessor tensProcessor = new TensProcessor();

        @Override
        public String getName(String value) {
            StringBuilder buffer = new StringBuilder();

            int number;
            if (value.isEmpty()) {
                number = 0;
            } else if (value.length() > 4) {
                number = Integer.valueOf(value.substring(value.length() - 4), 10);
            } else {
                number = Integer.valueOf(value, 10);
            }
            number %= 1000;  // keep at least three digits

            if (number >= 100) {
                buffer.append(unitProcessor.getName(number / 100));
                buffer.append(SEPARATOR);
                buffer.append(SCALE.getName(EXPONENT));
            }

            String tensName = tensProcessor.getName(number % 100);

            if (!tensName.isEmpty() && (number >= 100)) {
                buffer.append(SEPARATOR);
            }
            buffer.append(tensName);

            return buffer.toString();
        }
    }

    static public class CompositeBigProcessor extends AbstractProcessor {

        private HundredProcessor hundredProcessor = new HundredProcessor();
        private AbstractProcessor lowProcessor;
        private int exponent;

        public CompositeBigProcessor(int exponent) {
            if (exponent <= 3) {
                lowProcessor = hundredProcessor;
            } else {
                lowProcessor = new CompositeBigProcessor(exponent - 3);
            }
            this.exponent = exponent;
        }

        public String getToken() {
            return SCALE.getName(getPartDivider());
        }

        protected AbstractProcessor getHighProcessor() {
            return hundredProcessor;
        }

        protected AbstractProcessor getLowProcessor() {
            return lowProcessor;
        }

        public int getPartDivider() {
            return exponent;
        }

        @Override
        public String getName(String value) {
            StringBuilder buffer = new StringBuilder();

            String high, low;
            if (value.length() < getPartDivider()) {
                high = "";
                low = value;
            } else {
                int index = value.length() - getPartDivider();
                high = value.substring(0, index);
                low = value.substring(index);
            }

            String highName = getHighProcessor().getName(high);
            String lowName = getLowProcessor().getName(low);

            if (!highName.isEmpty()) {
                buffer.append(highName);
                buffer.append(SEPARATOR);
                buffer.append(getToken());

                if (!lowName.isEmpty()) {
                    buffer.append(SEPARATOR);
                }
            }

            if (!lowName.isEmpty()) {
                buffer.append(lowName);
            }

            return buffer.toString();
        }
    }

    static public class DefaultProcessor extends AbstractProcessor {

        static private String MINUS = "minus";
        static private String UNION_AND = "and";

        static private String ZERO_TOKEN = "zero";

        private AbstractProcessor processor = new CompositeBigProcessor(63);

        @Override
        public String getName(String value) {
            boolean negative = false;
            if (value.startsWith("-")) {
                negative = true;
                value = value.substring(1);
            }

            int decimals = value.indexOf(".");
            String decimalValue = null;
            if (0 <= decimals) {
                decimalValue = value.substring(decimals + 1);
                value = value.substring(0, decimals);
            }

            String name = processor.getName(value);

            if (name.isEmpty()) {
                name = ZERO_TOKEN;
            } else if (negative) {
                name = MINUS.concat(SEPARATOR).concat(name); 
            }

            if (!(null == decimalValue || decimalValue.isEmpty())) {
                name = name.concat(SEPARATOR).concat(UNION_AND).concat(SEPARATOR)
                    .concat(processor.getName(decimalValue))
                    .concat(SEPARATOR).concat(SCALE.getName(-decimalValue.length()));
            }

            return name;
        }

    }

    static public AbstractProcessor processor;


    public static void main(String...args) {

        processor = new DefaultProcessor();

        long[] values = new long[] {
            0,
            4,
            10,
            12,
            100,
            108,
            299,
            1000,
            1003,
            2040,
            45213,
            100000,
            100005,
            100010,
            202020,
            202022,
            999999,
            1000000,
            1000001,
            10000000,
            10000007,
            99999999,
            Long.MAX_VALUE,
            Long.MIN_VALUE
        };

        String[] strValues = new String[] {
            "0001.2",
            "3.141592"
        };

        for (long val : values) {
            System.out.println(val + " = " + processor.getName(val) );
        }

        for (String strVal : strValues) {
            System.out.println(strVal + " = " + processor.getName(strVal) );
        }

        // generate a very big number...
        StringBuilder bigNumber = new StringBuilder();
        for (int d=0; d<66; d++) {
            bigNumber.append( (char) ((Math.random() * 10) + '0'));
        }
        bigNumber.append(".");
        for (int d=0; d<26; d++) {
            bigNumber.append( (char) ((Math.random() * 10) + '0'));
        }

        System.out.println(bigNumber.toString() + " = " + processor.getName(bigNumber.toString()));

    }

}

und eine Beispielausgabe (für den Zufallsgenerator für große Zahlen)

0 = zero
4 = four
10 = ten
12 = twelve
100 = one hundred
108 = one hundred eight
299 = two hundred ninety-nine
1000 = one thousand
1003 = one thousand three
2040 = two thousand fourty
45213 = fourty-five thousand two hundred thirteen
100000 = one hundred thousand
100005 = one hundred thousand five
100010 = one hundred thousand ten
202020 = two hundred two thousand twenty
202022 = two hundred two thousand twenty-two
999999 = nine hundred ninety-nine thousand nine hundred ninety-nine
1000000 = one million
1000001 = one million one
10000000 = ten million
10000007 = ten million seven
99999999 = ninety-nine million nine hundred ninety-nine thousand nine hundred ninety-nine
9223372036854775807 = nine quintillion two hundred twenty-three quadrillion three hundred seventy-two trillion thirty-six billion eight hundred fifty-four million seven hundred seventy-five thousand eight hundred seven
-9223372036854775808 = minus nine quintillion two hundred twenty-three quadrillion three hundred seventy-two trillion thirty-six billion eight hundred fifty-four million seven hundred seventy-five thousand eight hundred eight
0001.2 = one and two tenth
3.141592 = three and one hundred fourty-one thousand five hundred ninety-two millionth
694780458103427072928672912656674465845126458162617425283733729646.85695031739734695391404376 = six hundred ninety-four vigintillion seven hundred eighty novemdecillion four hundred fifty-eight octodecillion one hundred three septendecillion four hundred twenty-seven sexdecillion seventy-two quindecillion nine hundred twenty-eight quattuordecillion six hundred seventy-two tredecillion nine hundred twelve duodecillion six hundred fifty-six undecillion six hundred seventy-four decillion four hundred sixty-five nonillion eight hundred fourty-five octillion one hundred twenty-six septillion four hundred fifty-eight sextillion one hundred sixty-two quintillion six hundred seventeen quadrillion four hundred twenty-five trillion two hundred eighty-three billion seven hundred thirty-three million seven hundred twenty-nine thousand six hundred fourty-six and eighty-five septillion six hundred ninety-five sextillion thirty-one quintillion seven hundred thirty-nine quadrillion seven hundred thirty-four trillion six hundred ninety-five billion three hundred ninety-one million four hundred four thousand three hundred seventy-six hundred-septillionth
58
Yanick Rochon

ICU4J enthält eine Unterstützung für Nizza-Zahlenschreibweise Die Dateien mit den "Regeln" können leicht bearbeitet werden, und es ist kein Problem, andere Sprachen hinzuzufügen (wir haben es beispielsweise für Polnisch und Russisch getan).

52
Landei

Ich denke, dass diese Lösung nicht die beste ist, da sie nur für int funktioniert, aber ich denke, dass sie für Anfänger großartig ist.

public class NumberWordConverter {
    public static final String[] units = {
            "", "one", "two", "three", "four", "five", "six", "seven",
            "eight", "nine", "ten", "eleven", "twelve", "thirteen", "fourteen",
            "fifteen", "sixteen", "seventeen", "eighteen", "nineteen"
    };

    public static final String[] tens = {
            "",        // 0
            "",        // 1
            "twenty",  // 2
            "thirty",  // 3
            "forty",   // 4
            "fifty",   // 5
            "sixty",   // 6
            "seventy", // 7
            "eighty",  // 8
            "ninety"   // 9
    };

    public static String convert(final int n) {
        if (n < 0) {
            return "minus " + convert(-n);
        }

        if (n < 20) {
            return units[n];
        }

        if (n < 100) {
            return tens[n / 10] + ((n % 10 != 0) ? " " : "") + units[n % 10];
        }

        if (n < 1000) {
            return units[n / 100] + " hundred" + ((n % 100 != 0) ? " " : "") + convert(n % 100);
        }

        if (n < 1000000) {
            return convert(n / 1000) + " thousand" + ((n % 1000 != 0) ? " " : "") + convert(n % 1000);
        }

        if (n < 1000000000) {
            return convert(n / 1000000) + " million" + ((n % 1000000 != 0) ? " " : "") + convert(n % 1000000);
        }

        return convert(n / 1000000000) + " billion"  + ((n % 1000000000 != 0) ? " " : "") + convert(n % 1000000000);
    }

    public static void main(final String[] args) {
        final Random generator = new Random();

        int n;
        for (int i = 0; i < 20; i++) {
            n = generator.nextInt(Integer.MAX_VALUE);

            System.out.printf("%10d = '%s'%n", n, convert(n));
        }

        n = 1000;
        System.out.printf("%10d = '%s'%n", n, convert(n));

        n = 2000;
        System.out.printf("%10d = '%s'%n", n, convert(n));

        n = 10000;
        System.out.printf("%10d = '%s'%n", n, convert(n));

        n = 11000;
        System.out.printf("%10d = '%s'%n", n, convert(n));

        n = 999999999;
        System.out.printf("%10d = '%s'%n", n, convert(n));

        n = Integer.MAX_VALUE;
        System.out.printf("%10d = '%s'%n", n, convert(n));
    }
}

Der Test erzeugt 20 Zufallszahlen bis zu Integer.MAX_VALUE und einige, die aufgrund von 0, 10 usw. problematisch sind. Ausgabe:

   5599908 = 'five million five hundred ninety nine thousand nine hundred eight'
 192603486 = 'one hundred ninety two million six hundred three thousand four hundred eighty six'
1392431868 = 'one billion three hundred ninety two million four hundred thirty one thousand eight hundred sixty eight'
1023787010 = 'one billion twenty three million seven hundred eighty seven thousand ten'
1364396236 = 'one billion three hundred sixty four million three hundred ninety six thousand two hundred thirty six'
1511255671 = 'one billion five hundred eleven million two hundred fifty five thousand six hundred seventy one'
 225955221 = 'two hundred twenty five million nine hundred fifty five thousand two hundred twenty one'
1890141052 = 'one billion eight hundred ninety million one hundred forty one thousand fifty two'
 261839422 = 'two hundred sixty one million eight hundred thirty nine thousand four hundred twenty two'
 728428650 = 'seven hundred twenty eight million four hundred twenty eight thousand six hundred fifty'
 860607319 = 'eight hundred sixty million six hundred seven thousand three hundred nineteen'
 719753587 = 'seven hundred nineteen million seven hundred fifty three thousand five hundred eighty seven'
2063829124 = 'two billion sixty three million eight hundred twenty nine thousand one hundred twenty four'
1081010996 = 'one billion eighty one million ten thousand nine hundred ninety six'
 999215799 = 'nine hundred ninety nine million two hundred fifteen thousand seven hundred ninety nine'
2105226236 = 'two billion one hundred five million two hundred twenty six thousand two hundred thirty six'
1431882940 = 'one billion four hundred thirty one million eight hundred eighty two thousand nine hundred forty'
1991707241 = 'one billion nine hundred ninety one million seven hundred seven thousand two hundred forty one'
1088301563 = 'one billion eighty eight million three hundred one thousand five hundred sixty three'
 964601609 = 'nine hundred sixty four million six hundred one thousand six hundred nine'
      1000 = 'one thousand'
      2000 = 'two thousand'
     10000 = 'ten thousand'
     11000 = 'eleven thousand'
 999999999 = 'nine hundred ninety nine million nine hundred ninety nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine'
2147483647 = 'two billion one hundred forty seven million four hundred eighty three thousand six hundred forty seven'

Ich hoffe es hilft :)

20
robosoul
/**

This Program will display the given number in words from 0 to 999999999

@author Manoj Kumar Dunna

Mail Id : [email protected]

**/  


import Java.util.Scanner;

class NumberToString
{

    public enum hundreds {OneHundred, TwoHundred, ThreeHundred, FourHundred, FiveHundred, SixHundred, SevenHundred, EightHundred, NineHundred}
    public enum tens {Twenty, Thirty, Forty, Fifty, Sixty, Seventy, Eighty, Ninety}
    public enum ones {One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven, Eight, Nine}
    public enum denom {Thousand, Lakhs, Crores}
    public enum splNums { Ten, Eleven, Twelve, Thirteen, Fourteen, Fifteen, Sixteen, Seventeen, Eighteen, Nineteen}
    public static String text = "";

    public static void main(String[] args) 
    {
        System.out.println("Enter Number to convert into words");
        Scanner sc = new Scanner(System.in);
        long num = sc.nextInt();
        int rem = 0;
        int i = 0;
        while(num > 0)
        {
            if(i == 0){
                rem = (int) (num % 1000);
                printText(rem);
                num = num / 1000;
                i++;
            }
            else if(num > 0)
            {
                rem = (int) (num % 100);
                if(rem > 0)
                    text = denom.values()[i - 1]+ " " + text;
                printText(rem);
                num = num / 100;
                i++;
            }
        }
        if(i > 0)
            System.out.println(text);
        else
            System.out.println("Zero");
    }

    public static void printText(int num)
    {
        if(!(num > 9 && num < 19))
        {
            if(num % 10 > 0)
                getOnes(num % 10);

            num = num / 10;
            if(num % 10 > 0)
                getTens(num % 10);

            num = num / 10;
            if(num > 0)
                getHundreds(num);
        }
        else
        {
            getSplNums(num % 10);
        }
    }

    public static void getSplNums(int num)
    {
        text = splNums.values()[num]+ " " + text;
    }

    public static void getHundreds(int num)
    {
        text = hundreds.values()[num - 1]+ " " + text;
    }

    public static void getTens(int num)
    {
        text = tens.values()[num - 2]+ " " + text;
    }

    public static void getOnes(int num)
    {
        text = ones.values()[num - 1]+ " " + text;
    }
}
7

Schauen Sie sich Tradukisto an. Es ist eine Java-Bibliothek, die ich geschrieben habe.

4

In diesem Beitrag habe ich gerade denYanick Rochon'sCode aktualisiert. Ich habe es mit der niedrigeren Version von Java 1.6 funktionsfähig gemacht, und ich erhielt die Ausgabe für 1,00 = ein und ein Hundertstel . Also habe ich den Code aktualisiert. Neu bekomme ich die Ausgabe für1.00 = Eins und null Hundertstel.

Ich weiß nicht was ich tun soll. Fügen Sie eine neue Antwort hinzu oder bearbeiten Sie diesen Beitrag. Da die Antwort hoch eingestuft ist, habe ich einen neuen Beitrag mit der Aktualisierung des Codes erstellt. Ich habe gerade diese beiden Dinge geändert, die oben erwähnt wurden.

/**
 * This class will convert numeric values into an english representation
 * 
 * For units, see : http://www.jimloy.com/math/billion.htm
 * 
 * @author [email protected]
 */
public class NumberToWords {

    static public class ScaleUnit {
        private int exponent;
        private String[] names;

        private ScaleUnit(int exponent, String... names) {
            this.exponent = exponent;
            this.names = names;
        }

        public int getExponent() {
            return exponent;
        }

        public String getName(int index) {
            return names[index];
        }
    }

    /**
     * See http://www.wordiq.com/definition/Names_of_large_numbers
     */
    static private ScaleUnit[] SCALE_UNITS = new ScaleUnit[] {
            new ScaleUnit(63, "vigintillion", "decilliard"),
            new ScaleUnit(60, "novemdecillion", "decillion"),
            new ScaleUnit(57, "octodecillion", "nonilliard"),
            new ScaleUnit(54, "septendecillion", "nonillion"),
            new ScaleUnit(51, "sexdecillion", "octilliard"),
            new ScaleUnit(48, "quindecillion", "octillion"),
            new ScaleUnit(45, "quattuordecillion", "septilliard"),
            new ScaleUnit(42, "tredecillion", "septillion"),
            new ScaleUnit(39, "duodecillion", "sextilliard"),
            new ScaleUnit(36, "undecillion", "sextillion"),
            new ScaleUnit(33, "decillion", "quintilliard"),
            new ScaleUnit(30, "nonillion", "quintillion"),
            new ScaleUnit(27, "octillion", "quadrilliard"),
            new ScaleUnit(24, "septillion", "quadrillion"),
            new ScaleUnit(21, "sextillion", "trilliard"),
            new ScaleUnit(18, "quintillion", "trillion"),
            new ScaleUnit(15, "quadrillion", "billiard"),
            new ScaleUnit(12, "trillion", "billion"),
            new ScaleUnit(9, "billion", "milliard"),
            new ScaleUnit(6, "million", "million"),
            new ScaleUnit(3, "thousand", "thousand"),
            new ScaleUnit(2, "hundred", "hundred"),
            // new ScaleUnit(1, "ten", "ten"),
            // new ScaleUnit(0, "one", "one"),
            new ScaleUnit(-1, "tenth", "tenth"), new ScaleUnit(-2, "hundredth", "hundredth"),
            new ScaleUnit(-3, "thousandth", "thousandth"),
            new ScaleUnit(-4, "ten-thousandth", "ten-thousandth"),
            new ScaleUnit(-5, "hundred-thousandth", "hundred-thousandth"),
            new ScaleUnit(-6, "millionth", "millionth"),
            new ScaleUnit(-7, "ten-millionth", "ten-millionth"),
            new ScaleUnit(-8, "hundred-millionth", "hundred-millionth"),
            new ScaleUnit(-9, "billionth", "milliardth"),
            new ScaleUnit(-10, "ten-billionth", "ten-milliardth"),
            new ScaleUnit(-11, "hundred-billionth", "hundred-milliardth"),
            new ScaleUnit(-12, "trillionth", "billionth"),
            new ScaleUnit(-13, "ten-trillionth", "ten-billionth"),
            new ScaleUnit(-14, "hundred-trillionth", "hundred-billionth"),
            new ScaleUnit(-15, "quadrillionth", "billiardth"),
            new ScaleUnit(-16, "ten-quadrillionth", "ten-billiardth"),
            new ScaleUnit(-17, "hundred-quadrillionth", "hundred-billiardth"),
            new ScaleUnit(-18, "quintillionth", "trillionth"),
            new ScaleUnit(-19, "ten-quintillionth", "ten-trillionth"),
            new ScaleUnit(-20, "hundred-quintillionth", "hundred-trillionth"),
            new ScaleUnit(-21, "sextillionth", "trilliardth"),
            new ScaleUnit(-22, "ten-sextillionth", "ten-trilliardth"),
            new ScaleUnit(-23, "hundred-sextillionth", "hundred-trilliardth"),
            new ScaleUnit(-24, "septillionth", "quadrillionth"),
            new ScaleUnit(-25, "ten-septillionth", "ten-quadrillionth"),
            new ScaleUnit(-26, "hundred-septillionth", "hundred-quadrillionth"), };

    static public enum Scale {
        SHORT, LONG;

        public String getName(int exponent) {
            for (ScaleUnit unit : SCALE_UNITS) {
                if (unit.getExponent() == exponent) {
                    return unit.getName(this.ordinal());
                }
            }
            return "";
        }
    }

    /**
     * Change this scale to support American and modern British value (short scale) or Traditional
     * British value (long scale)
     */
    static public Scale SCALE = Scale.SHORT;

    static abstract public class AbstractProcessor {

        static protected final String SEPARATOR = " ";
        static protected final int NO_VALUE = -1;

        protected List<Integer> getDigits(long value) {
            ArrayList<Integer> digits = new ArrayList<Integer>();
            if (value == 0) {
                digits.add(0);
            } else {
                while (value > 0) {
                    digits.add(0, (int) value % 10);
                    value /= 10;
                }
            }
            return digits;
        }

        public String getName(long value) {
            return getName(Long.toString(value));
        }

        public String getName(double value) {
            return getName(Double.toString(value));
        }

        abstract public String getName(String value);
    }

    static public class UnitProcessor extends AbstractProcessor {

        static private final String[] TOKENS = new String[] { "one", "two", "three", "four",
                "five", "six", "seven", "eight", "nine", "ten", "eleven", "twelve", "thirteen",
                "fourteen", "fifteen", "sixteen", "seventeen", "eighteen", "nineteen" };

        @Override
        public String getName(String value) {
            StringBuilder buffer = new StringBuilder();

            int offset = NO_VALUE;
            int number;
            if (value.length() > 3) {
                number = Integer.valueOf(value.substring(value.length() - 3), 10);
            } else {
                number = Integer.valueOf(value, 10);
            }
            number %= 100;
            if (number < 10) {
                offset = (number % 10) - 1;
                // number /= 10;
            } else if (number < 20) {
                offset = (number % 20) - 1;
                // number /= 100;
            }

            if (offset != NO_VALUE && offset < TOKENS.length) {
                buffer.append(TOKENS[offset]);
            }

            return buffer.toString();
        }

    }

    static public class TensProcessor extends AbstractProcessor {

        static private final String[] TOKENS = new String[] { "twenty", "thirty", "fourty",
                "fifty", "sixty", "seventy", "eighty", "ninety" };

        static private final String UNION_SEPARATOR = "-";

        private UnitProcessor unitProcessor = new UnitProcessor();

        @Override
        public String getName(String value) {
            StringBuilder buffer = new StringBuilder();
            boolean tensFound = false;

            int number;
            if (value.length() > 3) {
                number = Integer.valueOf(value.substring(value.length() - 3), 10);
            } else {
                number = Integer.valueOf(value, 10);
            }
            number %= 100; // keep only two digits
            if (number >= 20) {
                buffer.append(TOKENS[(number / 10) - 2]);
                number %= 10;
                tensFound = true;
            } else {
                number %= 20;
            }

            if (number != 0) {
                if (tensFound) {
                    buffer.append(UNION_SEPARATOR);
                }
                buffer.append(unitProcessor.getName(number));
            }

            return buffer.toString();
        }
    }

    static public class HundredProcessor extends AbstractProcessor {

        private int EXPONENT = 2;

        private UnitProcessor unitProcessor = new UnitProcessor();
        private TensProcessor tensProcessor = new TensProcessor();

        @Override
        public String getName(String value) {
            StringBuilder buffer = new StringBuilder();

            int number;
            if ("".equals(value)) {
                number = 0;
            } else if (value.length() > 4) {
                number = Integer.valueOf(value.substring(value.length() - 4), 10);
            } else {
                number = Integer.valueOf(value, 10);
            }
            number %= 1000; // keep at least three digits

            if (number >= 100) {
                buffer.append(unitProcessor.getName(number / 100));
                buffer.append(SEPARATOR);
                buffer.append(SCALE.getName(EXPONENT));
            }

            String tensName = tensProcessor.getName(number % 100);

            if (!"".equals(tensName) && (number >= 100)) {
                buffer.append(SEPARATOR);
            }
            buffer.append(tensName);

            return buffer.toString();
        }
    }

    static public class CompositeBigProcessor extends AbstractProcessor {

        private HundredProcessor hundredProcessor = new HundredProcessor();
        private AbstractProcessor lowProcessor;
        private int exponent;

        public CompositeBigProcessor(int exponent) {
            if (exponent <= 3) {
                lowProcessor = hundredProcessor;
            } else {
                lowProcessor = new CompositeBigProcessor(exponent - 3);
            }
            this.exponent = exponent;
        }

        public String getToken() {
            return SCALE.getName(getPartDivider());
        }

        protected AbstractProcessor getHighProcessor() {
            return hundredProcessor;
        }

        protected AbstractProcessor getLowProcessor() {
            return lowProcessor;
        }

        public int getPartDivider() {
            return exponent;
        }

        @Override
        public String getName(String value) {
            StringBuilder buffer = new StringBuilder();

            String high, low;
            if (value.length() < getPartDivider()) {
                high = "";
                low = value;
            } else {
                int index = value.length() - getPartDivider();
                high = value.substring(0, index);
                low = value.substring(index);
            }

            String highName = getHighProcessor().getName(high);
            String lowName = getLowProcessor().getName(low);

            if (!"".equals(highName)) {
                buffer.append(highName);
                buffer.append(SEPARATOR);
                buffer.append(getToken());

                if (!"".equals(lowName)) {
                    buffer.append(SEPARATOR);
                }
            }

            if (!"".equals(lowName)) {
                buffer.append(lowName);
            }

            return buffer.toString();
        }
    }

    static public class DefaultProcessor extends AbstractProcessor {

        static private String MINUS = "minus";
        static private String UNION_AND = "and";

        static private String ZERO_TOKEN = "zero";

        private AbstractProcessor processor = new CompositeBigProcessor(63);

        @Override
        public String getName(String value) {
            boolean negative = false;
            if (value.startsWith("-")) {
                negative = true;
                value = value.substring(1);
            }

            int decimals = value.indexOf(".");
            String decimalValue = null;
            if (0 <= decimals) {
                decimalValue = value.substring(decimals + 1);
                value = value.substring(0, decimals);
            }

            String name = processor.getName(value);

            if ("".equals(name)) {
                name = ZERO_TOKEN;
            } else if (negative) {
                name = MINUS.concat(SEPARATOR).concat(name);
            }

            if (!(null == decimalValue || "".equals(decimalValue))) {

                String zeroDecimalValue = "";
                for (int i = 0; i < decimalValue.length(); i++) {
                    zeroDecimalValue = zeroDecimalValue + "0";
                }
                if (decimalValue.equals(zeroDecimalValue)) {
                    name = name.concat(SEPARATOR).concat(UNION_AND).concat(SEPARATOR).concat(
                            "zero").concat(SEPARATOR).concat(
                            SCALE.getName(-decimalValue.length()));
                } else {
                    name = name.concat(SEPARATOR).concat(UNION_AND).concat(SEPARATOR).concat(
                            processor.getName(decimalValue)).concat(SEPARATOR).concat(
                            SCALE.getName(-decimalValue.length()));
                }

            }

            return name;
        }

    }

    static public AbstractProcessor processor;

    public static void main(String... args) {

        processor = new DefaultProcessor();

        long[] values = new long[] { 0, 4, 10, 12, 100, 108, 299, 1000, 1003, 2040, 45213, 100000,
                100005, 100010, 202020, 202022, 999999, 1000000, 1000001, 10000000, 10000007,
                99999999, Long.MAX_VALUE, Long.MIN_VALUE };

        String[] strValues = new String[] { "0", "1.30", "0001.00", "3.141592" };

        for (long val : values) {
            System.out.println(val + " = " + processor.getName(val));
        }

        for (String strVal : strValues) {
            System.out.println(strVal + " = " + processor.getName(strVal));
        }

        // generate a very big number...
        StringBuilder bigNumber = new StringBuilder();
        for (int d = 0; d < 66; d++) {
            bigNumber.append((char) ((Math.random() * 10) + '0'));
        }
        bigNumber.append(".");
        for (int d = 0; d < 26; d++) {
            bigNumber.append((char) ((Math.random() * 10) + '0'));
        }
        System.out.println(bigNumber.toString() + " = " + processor.getName(bigNumber.toString()));
    }
}

Die Ausgabe ist

0 = zero
4 = four
10 = ten
12 = twelve
100 = one hundred
108 = one hundred eight
299 = two hundred ninety-nine
1000 = one thousand
1003 = one thousand three
2040 = two thousand fourty
45213 = fourty-five thousand two hundred thirteen
100000 = one hundred thousand
100005 = one hundred thousand five
100010 = one hundred thousand ten
202020 = two hundred two thousand twenty
202022 = two hundred two thousand twenty-two
999999 = nine hundred ninety-nine thousand nine hundred ninety-nine
1000000 = one million
1000001 = one million one
10000000 = ten million
10000007 = ten million seven
99999999 = ninety-nine million nine hundred ninety-nine thousand nine hundred ninety-nine
9223372036854775807 = nine quintillion two hundred twenty-three quadrillion three hundred seventy-two trillion thirty-six billion eight hundred fifty-four million seven hundred seventy-five thousand eight hundred seven
-9223372036854775808 = minus nine quintillion two hundred twenty-three quadrillion three hundred seventy-two trillion thirty-six billion eight hundred fifty-four million seven hundred seventy-five thousand eight hundred eight
0.0 = zero and zero tenth
1.30 = one and thirty hundredth
0001.00 = one and zero hundredth
3.141592 = three and one hundred fourty-one thousand five hundred ninety-two millionth
354064188376576616844741830273568537829518115677552666352927559274.76892492652888527014418647 = three hundred fifty-four vigintillion sixty-four novemdecillion one hundred eighty-eight octodecillion three hundred seventy-six septendecillion five hundred seventy-six sexdecillion six hundred sixteen quindecillion eight hundred fourty-four quattuordecillion seven hundred fourty-one tredecillion eight hundred thirty duodecillion two hundred seventy-three undecillion five hundred sixty-eight decillion five hundred thirty-seven nonillion eight hundred twenty-nine octillion five hundred eighteen septillion one hundred fifteen sextillion six hundred seventy-seven quintillion five hundred fifty-two quadrillion six hundred sixty-six trillion three hundred fifty-two billion nine hundred twenty-seven million five hundred fifty-nine thousand two hundred seventy-four and seventy-six septillion eight hundred ninety-two sextillion four hundred ninety-two quintillion six hundred fifty-two quadrillion eight hundred eighty-eight trillion five hundred twenty-seven billion fourteen million four hundred eighteen thousand six hundred fourty-seven hundred-septillionth
3
Sudeepta
package it.tommasoresti.facebook;

class NumbersToWords {

    private static final String ZERO = "zero";
    private static String[] oneToNine = {
            "one", "two", "three", "four", "five", "six", "seven", "height", "nine"
    };

    private static String[] tenToNinteen = {
            "ten", "eleven", "twelve", "thirteen", "fourteen", "fifteen", "sixteen", "seventeen", "eighteen", "nineteen"
    };

    private static String[] dozens = {
            "ten", "twenty", "thirty", "forty", "fifty", "sixty", "seventy", "eighty", "ninety"
    };

    public static String solution(int number) {
        if(number == 0)
            return ZERO;

        return generate(number).trim();
    }

    public static String generate(int number) {
        if(number >= 1000000000) {
            return generate(number / 1000000000) + " billion " + generate(number % 1000000000);
        }
        else if(number >= 1000000) {
            return generate(number / 1000000) + " million " + generate(number % 1000000);
        }
        else if(number >= 1000) {
            return generate(number / 1000) + " thousand " + generate(number % 1000);
        }
        else if(number >= 100) {
            return generate(number / 100) + " hundred " + generate(number % 100);
        }

        return generate1To99(number);
    }

    private static String generate1To99(int number) {
        if (number == 0)
            return "";

        if (number <= 9)
            return oneToNine[number - 1];
        else if (number <= 19)
            return tenToNinteen[number % 10];
        else {
            return dozens[number / 10 - 1] + " " + generate1To99(number % 10);
        }
    }
}

Prüfung

@Test
public void given_a_complex_number() throws Exception {
    assertThat(solution(1234567890),
        is("one billion two hundred thirty four million five hundred sixty seven thousand height hundred ninety"));
}
3
Tommaso Resti

Ich denke, das kann Ihnen helfen ... Programm ist sehr einfach und funktioniert gut 

import Java.util.*;

public class NumberToWord

{
    public void pw(int n, String ch)
    {
        String one[] = {

        " ", " one", " two", " three", " four", " five", " six", " seven",
                " eight", " Nine", " ten", " eleven", " twelve", " thirteen",
                " fourteen", "fifteen", " sixteen", " seventeen", " eighteen",
                " nineteen" };
        String ten[] = { " ", " ", " twenty", " thirty", " forty", " fifty",
                " sixty", "seventy", " eighty", " ninety" };
        if (n > 19) {
            System.out.print(ten[n / 10] + " " + one[n % 10]);
        } else {
            System.out.print(one[n]);
        }
        if (n > 0)
            System.out.print(ch);

    }
    public static void main(String[] args)

    {
        int n = 0;
        Scanner s = new Scanner(System.in);
        System.out.print("Enter an integer number: ");
        n = s.nextInt();
        if (n <= 0)
            System.out.print("Enter numbers greater than 0");
        else
        {
            NumberToWord a = new NumberToWord();
            System.out.print("After conversion number in words is :");
            a.pw((n / 1000000000), " Hundred");
            a.pw((n / 10000000) % 100, " crore");
            a.pw(((n / 100000) % 100), " lakh");
            a.pw(((n / 1000) % 100), " thousand");
            a.pw(((n / 100) % 10), " hundred");
            a.pw((n % 100), " ");
        }
    }
}

Sie können RuleBasedNumberFormat verwenden. Zum Beispiel erhalten Sie das Ergebnis Ninety

ULocale locale = new ULocale(Locale.US);  //us english
Double d = Double.parseDouble(90);
NumberFormat formatter = new RuleBasedNumberFormat(locale, RuleBasedNumberFormat.SPELLOUT);
String result = formatter.format(d);

Es unterstützt eine Vielzahl von Sprachen.

1
Arade

Ich habe eine Java-Komponente entwickelt, um eine bestimmte Anzahl in Wörter umzuwandeln. Sie müssen lediglich die gesamte Klasse kopieren Java-Programm zum Konvertieren von Zahlen in Wörter und fügen Sie es in Ihr Projekt ein.

Rufe es einfach wie unten auf

Words w = Words.getInstance(1234567);
System.out.println(w.getNumberInWords());

Mein Programm unterstützt bis zu 10 Millionen. Wenn Sie möchten, können Sie dies noch erweitern. Direkt unterhalb der Beispielausgabe

2345223 = Twenty Three Lakh Fourty Five Thousand Two Hundred Twenty Three
9999999 = Ninety Nine Lakh Ninety Nine Thousand Nine Hundred Ninety Nine
199 = One Hundred Ninety Nine
10 = Ten

Vielen Dank

Santhosh

Dieselbe akzeptierte Antwort (Jigar Joshi), aber jetzt auf Spanisch. Fühlen Sie sich frei, dies zu ändern, wenn Sie einen Fehler finden. Leichter als Französisch, aber darauf basierend ....

Spanisch:

import Java.text.*;

class SpanishNumberToWords {
  private static final String[] tensNames = {
    "",
    "",
    "veinte",
    "treinta",
    "cuarenta",
    "cincuenta",
    "sesenta",
    "setenta",
    "ochenta",
    "noventa"
  };

  private static final String[] unitNames1 = {
    "",
    "un",
    "dos",
    "tres",
    "cuatro",
    "cinco",
    "seis",
    "siete",
    "ocho",
    "nueve",
    "diez",
    "once",
    "doce",
    "trece",
    "catorce",
    "quince",
    "dieciseis",
    "diecisiete",
    "dieciocho",
    "diecinueve",
    "veinte",
    "veintiun",
    "veintidos",
    "veintitres",
    "veinticuatro",
    "veinticinco",
    "veintiseis",
    "veintisiete",
    "veintiocho",
    "veintinueve",
  };

  private static final String[] unitNames2 = {
    "",
    "",
    "dosc",
    "tresc",
    "cuatroc",
    "quin",
    "seisc",
    "setec",
    "ochoc",
    "novec",
    "diez"
  };

  private SpanishNumberToWords() {}

  private static String convertZeroToHundred(int number) {

    int theTens = number / 10;
    int theUnit = number % 10;
    String result = "";

    // separator
    String theSeparator = "";
    if (theTens > 1) {
        theSeparator = " y ";
    }
    // particular cases
    switch (theUnit) {
    case 0:
        theSeparator = "";
      break;
    default:
    }

    // tens in letters
    switch (theTens) {
    case 0:
        result = unitNames1[theUnit];
      break;
    case 1: case 2:
        result =  unitNames1[theTens*10+theUnit];
        break;
    default :
        result = tensNames[theTens]
                              + theSeparator + unitNames1[theUnit];
    }
    return result;
  }

  private static String convertLessThanOneThousand(int number) {

    int theHundreds = number / 100;
    int leReste = number % 100;
    String sReste = convertZeroToHundred(leReste);

    String result;
    switch (theHundreds) {
    case 0:
        result = sReste;
      break;
    case 1 :
      if (leReste > 0) {
          result = "ciento " + sReste;
      }
      else {
          result = "cien";
      }
      break;
    default :
      if (leReste > 0) {
          result = unitNames2[theHundreds] + "ientos " + sReste;
      }
      else {
          result = unitNames2[theHundreds] + "ientos";
      }
    }
    return result;
  }

  public static String convert(long number) {
    // 0 à 999 999 999 999
    if (number == 0) { return "cero"; }

    String snumber = Long.toString(number);

    // pad des "0"
    String mask = "000000000000";
    DecimalFormat df = new DecimalFormat(mask);
    snumber = df.format(number);

    // XXXnnnnnnnnn
    int theMilliards = Integer.parseInt(snumber.substring(0,3));
    // nnnXXXnnnnnn
    int theMillions  = Integer.parseInt(snumber.substring(3,6));
    // nnnnnnXXXnnn
    int theCentMiles = Integer.parseInt(snumber.substring(6,9));
    // nnnnnnnnnXXX
    int lesMille = Integer.parseInt(snumber.substring(9,12));

    String tradMilliards;
    switch (theMilliards) {
    case 0:
      tradMilliards = "";
      break;
    case 1 :
      tradMilliards = convertLessThanOneThousand(theMilliards)
         + " mil millones ";
      break;
    default :
      tradMilliards = convertLessThanOneThousand(theMilliards)
         + " mil millones ";
    }
    String resultat =  tradMilliards;

    String tradMillions;
    switch (theMillions) {
    case 0:
      tradMillions = "";
      break;
    case 1 :
      tradMillions = convertLessThanOneThousand(theMillions)
         + " millon ";
      break;
    default :
      tradMillions = convertLessThanOneThousand(theMillions)
         + " millones ";
    }
    resultat =  resultat + tradMillions;

    String tradCentMille;
    switch (theCentMiles) {
    case 0:
      tradCentMille = "";
      break;
    case 1 :
      tradCentMille = "mil ";
      break;
    default :
      tradCentMille = convertLessThanOneThousand(theCentMiles)
         + " mil ";
    }
    resultat =  resultat + tradCentMille;

    String tradMille;
    tradMille = convertLessThanOneThousand(lesMille);
    resultat =  resultat + tradMille;

    return resultat;
  }

  public static void main(String[] args) {
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(0));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(1));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(2));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(3));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(4));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(5));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(7));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(12));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(16));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(19));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(21));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(24));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(28));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(29));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(30));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(31));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(42));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(71));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(72));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(80));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(81));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(89));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(90));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(91));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(97));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(100));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(101));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(110));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(120));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(200));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(201));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(232));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(999));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(521));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(912));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(999));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(1000));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(1001));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(10000));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(10001));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(100000));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(267578));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(3000000000L));
    System.out.println("*** " + SpanishNumberToWords.convert(2147483647));
    /*
     *** OUTPUT
        *** cero
        *** un
        *** dos
        *** tres
        *** cuatro
        *** cinco
        *** siete
        *** doce
        *** dieciseis
        *** diecinueve
        *** veintiun
        *** veinticuatro
        *** veintiocho
        *** veintinueve
        *** treinta
        *** treinta y un
        *** cuarenta y dos
        *** setenta y un
        *** setenta y dos
        *** ochenta
        *** ochenta y un
        *** ochenta y nueve
        *** noventa
        *** noventa y un
        *** noventa y siete
        *** cien
        *** ciento un
        *** ciento diez
        *** ciento veinte
        *** doscientos
        *** doscientos un
        *** doscientos treinta y dos
        *** novecientos noventa y nueve
        *** quinientos veintiun
        *** novecientos doce
        *** novecientos noventa y nueve
        *** mil 
        *** mil un
        *** diez mil 
        *** diez mil un
        *** cien mil 
        *** doscientos sesenta y siete mil quinientos setenta y ocho
        *** tres mil millones 
        *** dos mil millones ciento cuarenta y siete millones cuatrocientos ochenta y tres mil seiscientos cuarenta y siete
     */
  }
0
Brethlosze

Ich habe eine saubere Version für 32-Bit-Integer und amerikanisches Englisch geschrieben:

http://www.source-code.biz/snippets/Java/13.htm

das könnte helfen

public String numberToWords(long number) {
    if (number == 0) {
        return "zero";
    }
    if (number < 0) {
        return "minus " + numberToWords(Math.abs(number));
    }
    String words = "";
    if ((number / 10000000) > 0) {
        words += numberToWords(number / 10000000) + " Crore ";
        number %= 10000000;
    }
    if ((number / 100000) > 0) {
        words += numberToWords(number / 100000) + " Lakh ";
        number %= 100000;
    }
    if ((number / 1000) > 0) {
        words += numberToWords(number / 1000) + " Thousand ";
        number %= 1000;
    }
    if ((number / 100) > 0) {
        words += numberToWords(number / 100) + " Hundred ";
        number %= 100;
    }
    if (number > 0) {
        if (!words.equals("")) {
            words += "and ";
        }
        if (number < 20) {
            words += number;
        } else {
            words += (number);
            if ((number % 10) > 0) {
                words += "-" + (number % 10);
            }
        }
    }
    return words;
}
0
Rakshit Soni

Sie brauchen das wahrscheinlich nicht mehr, aber ich habe kürzlich eine Java-Klasse geschrieben, um dies zu tun. Anscheinend tat Yanick Rochon etwas Ähnliches. Es werden Zahlen bis zu 999 Novemdecillion (999 * 10 ^ 60) konvertiert. Es könnte mehr tun, wenn ich wüsste, was nach Novemdecillion kam, aber ich würde wetten, dass es unnötig ist. Geben Sie die Zahl einfach als Zeichenfolge in Cent ein. Die Ausgabe ist auch grammatikalisch korrekt.

Hier ist ein Link zum Bitbucket Repo

0
Steven Leimberg
import Java.util.*;

public class NumberToWord {
    public void numberToword(int n, String ch) {
        String one[] = {" ", " one", " two", " three", " four", " five", " six", " seven", " eight", " Nine", " ten", " eleven", " twelve", " thirteen", " fourteen", "fifteen", " sixteen", " seventeen", " eighteen", " nineteen"
        };
        String ten[] = {" ", " ", " twenty", " thirty", " forty", " fifty", " sixty", "seventy", " eighty", " ninety"};
        if (n > 19) {
            System.out.print(ten[n / 10] + " " + one[n % 10]);
        } else {
            System.out.print(one[n]);
        }
        if (n > 0) {
            System.out.print(ch);
        }
    }
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        int n = 0;
        Scanner s = new Scanner(System.in);
        System.out.print("Enter an integer number: ");
        n = s.nextInt();
        if (n <= 0) {
            System.out.print("Enter numbers greater than 0");
        } else {
            NumberToWord a = new NumberToWord();
            System.out.print("After conversion number in words is :");
            a.numberToword((n / 1000000000), " Hundred");
            a.numberToword((n / 10000000) % 100, " crore");
            a.numberToword(((n / 100000) % 100), " lakh");
            a.numberToword(((n / 1000) % 100), " thousand");
            a.numberToword(((n / 100) % 10), " hundred");
            a.numberToword((n % 100), " ");
        }
    }
}
0
user3496353
class NumberToWord {
    private static Map<Integer, String> numbers = new HashMap<Integer, String>();
    private static Set<Integer> numberSet = new TreeSet<Integer>(new Comparator<Integer>() {
        public int compare(Integer o1, Integer o2) {
            return o2 - o1;
        }
    });

    static {
        init();
        numberSet.addAll(numbers.keySet());
    }

    public static void main(String[] args) {
        System.out.println(getNumberInWord(1898765));
    }

    /*
     * convert positive numbers in Word format number > 0 only
     */
    static String getNumberInWord(int number) {
        StringBuilder Word = new StringBuilder();
        for (Integer n : numberSet) {
            if (number > 0 && number >= n) {
                int div = number / n;
                String strNum = numbers.get(div);
                if (strNum == null) {
                    Word.append(getNumberInWord(div));
                }
                // for less than 100, we don't need to say 1
                if (strNum != null && (div > 1 || n > 100))
                    Word.append(strNum + " ");

                Word.append(numbers.get(n) + " ");
                number = number % n;
            }
        }
        return Word.toString();
    }

    static void init() {
        numbers.put(0, "Zero");
        numbers.put(1, "One");
        numbers.put(2, "Two");
        numbers.put(3, "Three");
        numbers.put(4, "Four");
        numbers.put(5, "Five");
        numbers.put(6, "Six");
        numbers.put(7, "Seven");
        numbers.put(8, "Eight");
        numbers.put(9, "Nine");
        numbers.put(10, "Ten");
        numbers.put(11, "Eleven");
        numbers.put(12, "Twelve");
        numbers.put(13, "Thirteen");
        numbers.put(14, "Fourteen");
        numbers.put(15, "Fifteen");
        numbers.put(16, "Sixteen");
        numbers.put(17, "Seventeen");
        numbers.put(18, "Eighteeen");
        numbers.put(19, "Nineteen");
        numbers.put(20, "Twenty");
        numbers.put(30, "Thirty");
        numbers.put(40, "Forty");
        numbers.put(50, "Fifty");
        numbers.put(60, "Sixty");
        numbers.put(70, "Seventy");
        numbers.put(80, "Eighty");
        numbers.put(90, "Ninty");
        numbers.put(100, "Hundred");
        numbers.put(1000, "Thousand");
        numbers.put(1000000, "Million");
        numbers.put(100000000, "Billion");
    }

}
0
rulhaniam
/* this program will display number in words
for eg. if you enter 101,it will show "ONE HUNDRED AND ONE"*/

import Java.util.*;

public class NumToWords {
  String string;
  String st1[] = { "", "one", "two", "three", "four", "five", "six", "seven",
                   "eight", "nine", };
  String st2[] = { "hundred", "thousand", "lakh", "crore" };
  String st3[] = { "ten", "eleven", "twelve", "thirteen", "fourteen",
                   "fifteen", "sixteen", "seventeen", "eighteen", "ninteen", };
  String st4[] = { "twenty", "thirty", "fourty", "fifty", "sixty", "seventy",
                   "eighty", "ninety" };

  public String convert(int number) {
    int n = 1;
    int Word;
    string = "";
    while (number != 0) {
      switch (n) {
        case 1:
          Word = number % 100;
          pass(Word);
          if (number > 100 && number % 100 != 0) {
            show("and ");
            //System.out.print("ankit");
          }
          number /= 100;
          break;
        case 2:
          Word = number % 10;
          if (Word != 0) {
            show(" ");
            show(st2[0]);
            show(" ");
            pass(Word);
          }
          number /= 10;
          break;
        case 3:
          Word = number % 100;
          if (Word != 0) {
            show(" ");
            show(st2[1]);
            show(" ");
            pass(Word);
          }
          number /= 100;
          break;
        case 4:
          Word = number % 100;
          if (Word != 0) {
            show(" ");
            show(st2[2]);
            show(" ");
            pass(Word);
          }
          number /= 100;
          break;
        case 5:
          Word = number % 100;
          if (Word != 0) {
            show(" ");
            show(st2[3]);
            show(" ");
            pass(Word);
          }
          number /= 100;
          break;
        }
        n++;
      }
      return string;
    }

  public void pass(int number) {
    int Word, q;
    if (number < 10) {
      show(st1[number]);
    }
    if (number > 9 && number < 20) {
      show(st3[number - 10]);
    }
    if (number > 19) {
      Word = number % 10;
      if (Word == 0) {
        q = number / 10;
        show(st4[q - 2]);
      } else {
        q = number / 10;
        show(st1[Word]);
        show(" ");
        show(st4[q - 2]);
      }
    }
  }

  public void show(String s) {
    String st;
    st = string;
    string = s;
    string += st;
  }

  public static void main(String[] args) {
    NumToWords w = new NumToWords();
    Scanner input = new Scanner(System.in);
    System.out.print("Enter Number: ");
    int num = input.nextInt();
    String inwords = w.convert(num);
    System.out.println(inwords);
  }
}
0
Ankit Arjaria

Dies ist ein anderer Weg ... (mit begrenzter Reichweite)

public static String numToWord(Integer i) {

 final  String[] units = { "Zero", "One", "Two", "Three",
        "Four", "Five", "Six", "Seven", "Eight", "Nine", "Ten", "Eleven",
        "Twelve", "Thirteen", "Fourteen", "Fifteen", "Sixteen",
        "Seventeen", "Eighteen", "Nineteen" };
 final  String[] tens = { "", "", "Twenty", "Thirty", "Forty",
        "Fifty", "Sixty", "Seventy", "Eighty", "Ninety" };
    if (i < 20)
        return units[i];
    if (i < 100)
        return tens[i / 10] + ((i % 10 > 0) ? " " + numToWord(i % 10) : "");
    if (i < 1000)
        return units[i / 100] + " Hundred"
                + ((i % 100 > 0) ? " and " + numToWord(i % 100) : "");
    if (i < 1000000)
        return numToWord(i / 1000) + " Thousand "
                + ((i % 1000 > 0) ? " " + numToWord(i % 1000) : "");
    return numToWord(i / 1000000) + " Million "
            + ((i % 1000000 > 0) ? " " + numToWord(i % 1000000) : "");
}
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Nirav Radia

Ich habe gerade eine erweiterbare Version hochgeladen! NumberReader @ SourceForge

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David

Sie können ICU4J verwenden. Sie müssen nur einen POM-Eintrag hinzufügen und der Code ist unten für eine beliebige Anzahl, ein Land und eine Sprache angegeben.

POM-Eintrag

     <dependency>
        <groupId>com.ibm.icu</groupId>
        <artifactId>icu4j</artifactId>
        <version>64.2</version>
    </dependency>

Code ist

public class TranslateNumberToWord {

/**
 * Translate
 * 
 * @param ctryCd
 * @param lang
 * @param reqStr
 * @param fractionUnitName
 * @return
 */
public static String translate(String ctryCd, String lang, String reqStr, String fractionUnitName) {
    StringBuffer result = new StringBuffer();

    Locale locale = new Locale(lang, ctryCd);
    Currency crncy = Currency.getInstance(locale);

    String inputArr[] = StringUtils.split(new BigDecimal(reqStr).abs().toPlainString(), ".");
    RuleBasedNumberFormat rule = new RuleBasedNumberFormat(locale, RuleBasedNumberFormat.SPELLOUT);

    int i = 0;
    for (String input : inputArr) {
        CurrencyAmount crncyAmt = new CurrencyAmount(new BigDecimal(input), crncy);
        if (i++ == 0) {
            result.append(rule.format(crncyAmt)).append(" " + crncy.getDisplayName() + " and ");
        } else {
            result.append(rule.format(crncyAmt)).append(" " + fractionUnitName + " ");
        }
    }
    return result.toString();
}

public static void main(String[] args) {
    String ctryCd = "US";
    String lang = "en";
    String input = "95.17";

    String result = translate(ctryCd, lang, input, "Cents");
    System.out.println("Input: " + input + " result: " + result);
}}

Getestet mit einer ziemlich großen Anzahl und Ausgabe wäre

Input: 95.17 result: ninety-five US Dollar and seventeen Cents
Input: 999999999999999999.99 result: nine hundred ninety-nine quadrillion nine hundred ninety-nine trillion nine hundred ninety-nine billion nine hundred ninety-nine million nine hundred ninety-nine thousand nine hundred ninety-nine US Dollar and ninety-nine Cents 
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Anand