Convert i18n number words eg. three hundred and forty two to numbers (342).
Word to Number
This is a Python module to convert number words (eg. twenty one) to numeric digits (21). It works for positive numbers upto the range of 999,999,999,999 (i.e. billions) Below is the installation, usage and other details of this module.
Please ensure that you have updated pip to the latest version before installing word2number.
You can install the module using Python Package Index using the below command.
pip install word2number
Make sure you install all requirements given in requirements.txt
pip install -r requirements.txt
First you have to import the module using the below code.
from word2numberi18n import w2n
Then you can use the word_to_num method to convert a number-word to numeric digits, as shown below.
print(w2n.word_to_num("two million three thousand nine hundred and eighty four")) 2003984
print(w2n.word_to_num('two point three')) 2.3
print(w2n.word_to_num('point one')) 0.1
print(w2n.word_to_num('one hundred thirty-five')) 135
print(w2n.word_to_num('million million')) Error: Redundant number! Please enter a valid number word (eg. two million twenty three thousand and forty nine) None
print(w2n.word_to_num('blah')) Error: No valid number words found! Please enter a valid number word (eg. two million twenty three thousand and forty nine) None
for word2number user
Change your import from word2number to word2numberi18n.
from word2numberi18n import w2n
word2number looking for your specific language with 1. defined environment variable w2n.lang with ISO lang code like en, hi, de and if not found 2. over locale.getdefaultlocale() and if not found 3. over environment variable "LANGUAGE" and if not found 4. fallback to english Place in the data directory your language specific dictionary file with ISO lang code in the name.
- german language need more specific algorithm
Thanks to word2number coder and contributors
- Akshay Nagpal akshaynagpal
- Ben Batorsky bpben
- Alex ledovsky
- Tal Yarkoni tyarkoni
- ButteredGroove ButteredGroove
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