jackb_guppy at yahoo.com
Sat Mar 9 05:41:09 EST 2002
That was american english...
Now try it British English?
If I remember right, British along with French, Spanish, and Italian Languages
use a "doubling" pattern.
Thousands ttt ttt ttt ttt ttt
Millions mmm mmm mmm mmm
Billions bbb bbb bbb bbb
Trillions ttt ttt
One Hundred Seventy-Four Thousand,
Nine Hundred Fifty-One Billion,
Four Hundred Ninety-Six Thousand,
Eight Hundred Seventy-One Million,
Two Hundred Sixty-Four.
> > 13,174,951,496,871,051,264
> > How do you say that in English?
> jekyll:~$ number 13174951496871051264
> thirteen quintillion.
> one hundred seventy-four quadrillion.
> nine hundred fifty-one trillion.
> four hundred ninety-six billion.
> eight hundred seventy-one million.
> fifty-one thousand.
> two hundred sixty-four.
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