- snaplashAsked on December 15, 2015 at 02:49 PM
I am making an automated voice over system using Jotform that passes info to an 'text to speech' generator.
Unfortunately, "1968" is generated as "NineteenSixtyEight" when I need it to be "One Thousand Nine hunded and Sixty Eight"
Obviously not Jotforms fault :-)
Lets say I have a number field of an input of "2012", is there any way to have it pass "two thousand and twelve" as text?
I presume not but I would like confirmation.
If that is not possible...Is this possible using conditional Logic? and how?
Number Input: "2012" Text Output: "A little over two thousand"
Number Input: "2958" Text Output: "A little under three thousand"
- snaplashAnswered on December 15, 2015 at 03:06 PM
Please disregard, by using a number mask and adding a comma, I can get it to say what I need.
Thank you anyway - Issue resolved
- victorAnswered on December 15, 2015 at 03:47 PM
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