To the mobile version
In French the number 0 in writing is:
As ordinal number it is:
All integer numbers between zero and 1 000 000 000 000 000 are translated to their words in German.
Numbers bigger than 1 quadrillion (1.0e15) are not translated.
The input may be given in exponential form.
The integer numbers may contain blanks, apostrophes ('), dots or commas as delimiters
(examples: 12 974 or 12'974 or 12.974 or 12,974).
This makes the input by copy/paste easier.
For the numbers 70 and 90 in Belgium and Switzerland "septante" and "nonante"
(instead of "soixante-dix" and "quatre-vingt-dix") are used.
In some Swiss cantons (Vaud, Valais, Fribourg) "huitante" is used
instead of "quatre-vingt" for 80.
If you have questions, suggestions or if you have found a mistake, please send us an firstname.lastname@example.org.
There is no warranty for the data. Cactus2000 is not responsible for damage of any kind caused by wrong results.
To the top
- Free choice of verbs, persons, and times|
- 2 modes to play
NEW: Mobile version