Funcion numeros a texto

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Esta es la nomenclatura de la formula en excel para convertir numeros a texto

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Funcion numeros a texto

  1. 1. Function PesosMN(tyCantidad As Currency) As String Dim lyCantidad As Currency, lyCentavos As Currency, lnDigito As Byte, lnPrimerDigito As Byte, lnSegundoDigito As Byte, lnTercerDigito As Byte, lcBloque As String, lnNumeroBloques As Byte, lnBloqueCero Dim laUnidades As Variant, laDecenas As Variant, laCentenas As Variant, I As Variant 'Si estacomo Option Explicit tyCantidad = Round(tyCantidad, 2) lyCantidad = Int(tyCantidad) lyCentavos = (tyCantidad - lyCantidad) * 100 laUnidades = Array("UN", "DOS", "TRES", "CUATRO", "CINCO", "SEIS", "SIETE", "OCHO", "NUEVE", "DIEZ", "ONCE", "DOCE", "TRECE", "CATORCE", "QUINCE", "DIECISEIS", "DIECISIETE", "DIECIOCHO", "DIECINUEVE", "VEINTE", "VEINTIUN", "VEINTIDOS", "VEINTITRES", "VEINTICUATRO", "VEINTICINCO", "VEINTISEIS", "VEINTISIETE", "VEINTIOCHO", "VEINTINUEVE") laDecenas = Array("DIEZ", "VEINTE", "TREINTA", "CUARENTA", "CINCUENTA", "SESENTA", "SETENTA", "OCHENTA", "NOVENTA") laCentenas = Array("CIENTO", "DOSCIENTOS", "TRESCIENTOS", "CUATROCIENTOS", "QUINIENTOS", "SEISCIENTOS", "SETECIENTOS", "OCHOCIENTOS", "NOVECIENTOS") lnNumeroBloques = 1 Do lnPrimerDigito = 0 lnSegundoDigito = 0 lnTercerDigito = 0 lcBloque = "" lnBloqueCero = 0 For I = 1 To 3 lnDigito = lyCantidadMod 10 If lnDigito<> 0 Then Select Case I Case 1 lcBloque = " " &laUnidades(lnDigito - 1) lnPrimerDigito = lnDigito Case 2 IflnDigito<= 2 Then lcBloque = " " &laUnidades((lnDigito * 10) + lnPrimerDigito - 1) Else lcBloque = " " &laDecenas(lnDigito - 1) &IIf(lnPrimerDigito<> 0, " Y", Null) &lcBloque EndIf lnSegundoDigito = lnDigito Case 3 lcBloque = " " &IIf(lnDigito = 1 And lnPrimerDigito = 0 And lnSegundoDigito = 0, "CIEN", laCentenas(lnDigito - 1)) &lcBloque lnTercerDigito = lnDigito EndSelect Else lnBloqueCero = lnBloqueCero + 1 End If lyCantidad = Int(lyCantidad / 10) If lyCantidad = 0 Then Exit For End If
  2. 2. Next I Select Case lnNumeroBloques Case 1 PesosMN = lcBloque Case 2 PesosMN = lcBloque&IIf(lnBloqueCero = 3, Null, " MIL") &PesosMN Case 3 PesosMN = lcBloque&IIf(lnPrimerDigito = 1 AndlnSegundoDigito = 0 And lnTercerDigito = 0, " MILLON", " MILLONES") &PesosMN EndSelect lnNumeroBloques = lnNumeroBloques + 1 LoopUntillyCantidad = 0 PesosMN = "SON: (" &PesosMN&IIf(tyCantidad> 1, " PESOS ", " PESO ") &Format(Str(lyCentavos), "00") & "/100 M.N.)" EndFunction

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