fnumprint – Print a number in ‘appropriate’ format
The package defines two macros which decide to typeset a number either as an Arabic number or as a word (or words) for the number. If the number is between zero and twelve (including zero and twelve) then words will be used; if the number is outside that range, it will be typeset using the package numprint
Words for English representation of numbers are generated within the package, while those for German are generated using the package zahl2string.
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3|
|Contained in||TeX Live as fnumprint|
|MiKTeX as fnumprint|
formatting numbers, etc|
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