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Revision as of 13:09, 17 May 2010
ROMAN
Returns a Roman numeral (eg XIV), as text, given a number.
Syntax:
ROMAN(number; mode)
- number is a number in the range 1-3999 that is to be converted into a Roman numeral.
- mode (optional, in the range 0-4) indicates the degree of simplification. The higher the value, the greater is the simplification of the Roman number.
Example:
ROMAN(999)
- returns CMXCIX.
ROMAN(999; 0)
- returns CMXCIX.
ROMAN(999; 1)
- returns LMVLIV.
ROMAN(999; 2)
- returns XMIX.
ROMAN(999; 3)
- returns VMIV.
ROMAN(999; 4)
- returns IM.
Issues:
This function is currently shown in the Text category of the Function Wizard.