C++ || Convert Numbers To Words Using A Switch Statement

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This program demonstrates more practice using arrays and switch statements.


Integer Arrays
For loops
While Loops
Switch Statements - How To Use

Using “cin.get(),” this program first asks the user to enter in a number (one at a time) that they wish to translate into words. If the text which was entered into the system is a number, the program will save the user input into an integer array. If the text is not a number, the input is discarded. After integer data is obtained, a for loop is used to traverse the integer array, passing the data to a switch statement, which translates the number to text.

This program is very simple, so it does not have the ability to display any number prefixes. As a result, if the number “1858” was entered into the system, the program would output the converted text: “One Eight Five Eight.”

The highlighted lines are sections of interest to look out for.

The code is heavily commented, so no further insight is necessary. If you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment below.

Once compiled, you should get this as your output
Note: The code was compiled four separate times to display different output

======= Run #1 =======

Enter number: 77331

Seven Seven Three Three One

======= Run #2 =======

Enter number: 234-43-1275

Two Three Four Four Three One Two Seven Five

======= Run #3 =======

Enter number: 1(800) 123-5678

One Eight Zero Zero One Two Three Five Six Seven Eight

======= Run #4 =======

Enter number: This 34 Is 24 A 5 Number 28

Three Four Two Four Five Two Eight

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