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Revision as of 12:56, 17 May 2010
BAHTTEXT
Returns Thai text, including the Thai currency names, given a number.
Syntax:
BAHTTEXT(number)
- number is any number. BAHTTEXT returns a string in Thai characters, with "Baht" appended to the integer part of the number, and "Satang" appended to the decimal part of the number.
Example:
BAHTTEXT("12.65")
- returns a string of Thai characters with the meaning of "Twelve Baht and sixty five Satang".
Issues:
BAHTTEXT is not included in the forthcoming ODFF international standard. It is (at least partially) implemented in Excel.