number to word converter function

Standard

Indian Rupees converter  function

function convertToIndianCurrency($number) {
$no = round($number);
$decimal = round($number – ($no = floor($number)), 2) * 100;
$digits_length = strlen($no);
$i = 0;
$str = array();
$words = array(
0 => ”,
1 => ‘One’,
2 => ‘Two’,
3 => ‘Three’,
4 => ‘Four’,
5 => ‘Five’,
6 => ‘Six’,
7 => ‘Seven’,
8 => ‘Eight’,
9 => ‘Nine’,
10 => ‘Ten’,
11 => ‘Eleven’,
12 => ‘Twelve’,
13 => ‘Thirteen’,
14 => ‘Fourteen’,
15 => ‘Fifteen’,
16 => ‘Sixteen’,
17 => ‘Seventeen’,
18 => ‘Eighteen’,
19 => ‘Nineteen’,
20 => ‘Twenty’,
30 => ‘Thirty’,
40 => ‘Forty’,
50 => ‘Fifty’,
60 => ‘Sixty’,
70 => ‘Seventy’,
80 => ‘Eighty’,
90 => ‘Ninety’);
$digits = array(”, ‘Hundred’, ‘Thousand’, ‘Lakh’, ‘Crore’);
while ($i < $digits_length) {
$divider = ($i == 2) ? 10 : 100;
$number = floor($no % $divider);
$no = floor($no / $divider);
$i += $divider == 10 ? 1 : 2;
if ($number) {
$plural = (($counter = count($str)) && $number > 9) ? ‘s’ : null;
$str [] = ($number < 21) ? $words[$number] . ‘ ‘ . $digits[$counter] . $plural : $words[floor($number / 10) * 10] . ‘ ‘ . $words[$number % 10] . ‘ ‘ . $digits[$counter] . $plural;
} else {
$str [] = null;
}
}

$Rupees = implode(‘ ‘, array_reverse($str));
$paise = ($decimal) ? “And Paise ” . ($words[$decimal – $decimal%10]) .” ” .($words[$decimal%10]) : ”;
return ($Rupees ? ‘Rupees’ . $Rupees : ”) . $paise . “Only”;
}

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