var itoa = require('itoa'); console.log(itoa(42)); // => 'forty two' console.log(itoa('11233440')); // => 'eleven million two hundred thirty three thousand four hundred forty'
true as the second parameter to get an
and in there:
console.log(itoa('101')); // => 'one hundred one' console.log(itoa('101', true)); // => 'one hundred and one'
the number will be parsed with bignumber.js, so you can use whatever format is supported.
each release is tested against the latest patch of every minor version of node.js released since 0.10. see the
.travis.yml file for specifics, and be sure to check the latest build results
bug reports, features requests, and patches are all welcome. create an issue, or fork the repo and make a pull request back from your feature branch.