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LaTeX package 'fnumprint'
Copyright (C) 2012-2013 by Robin Schneider <ypid23@aol.de>

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CTAN: http://www.ctan.org/pkg/fnumprint
Code repository: https://github.com/ypid/latex-packages/tree/master/fnumprint

The fnumprint package defines two macros which decide to typeset a number
either as Arabic number or as word name for the number. If the number is
between zero and twelve (including zero and twelve) then the word name will be
used. This package uses the zahl2string package to convert a number in the
word name in German. The conversion of a number (0--12) to the English word
name is implemented by this package. If the number is outside of the range then
it will be typesetted with the numprint package.

You can generate the fnumprint.sty file with: pdflatex fnumprint.ins

The documentation can be generated with:
pdflatex fnumprint.dtx
makeindex -s gglo.ist -o fnumprint.gls fnumprint.glo
makeindex -s gind fnumprint
pdflatex fnumprint.dtx
thumbpdf fnumprint
pdflatex fnumprint.dtx

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (250.7k).

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 Project Public Li­cense 1.3
Main­tainer Robin Sch­nei­der
Con­tained inTeX Live as fnumprint
MiKTeX as fnumprint
Topics for­mat­ting num­bers, etc
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