# Difference between revisions of "Manuals/calci/ROMANOLD"

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==Description== | ==Description== | ||

− | *This function used to change | + | *This function is used to change an 'Arabic Numeral Form' to 'Roman Numeral Form'. |

− | * | + | *Roman Numers are formed by combining symbols together and adding the values. |

*It is the special method of showing the numbers. In roman form, numbers greater than 1000 are formed by placing a dash over the regular symbol. | *It is the special method of showing the numbers. In roman form, numbers greater than 1000 are formed by placing a dash over the regular symbol. | ||

*In <math>ROMANOLD (Number,Form)</math>, <math>Number</math> is the Arabic Number and <math>Form</math> is the number which is indicating the type of the Roman Numeral. | *In <math>ROMANOLD (Number,Form)</math>, <math>Number</math> is the Arabic Number and <math>Form</math> is the number which is indicating the type of the Roman Numeral. |

## Latest revision as of 01:22, 14 February 2019

**ROMANOLD (Number,Form)**

- is the number and is the type of the roman numeral.

## Description

- This function is used to change an 'Arabic Numeral Form' to 'Roman Numeral Form'.
- Roman Numers are formed by combining symbols together and adding the values.
- It is the special method of showing the numbers. In roman form, numbers greater than 1000 are formed by placing a dash over the regular symbol.
- In , is the Arabic Number and is the number which is indicating the type of the Roman Numeral.
- is varying from Classic to Simplified, becoming more concise as the value of increases.

Form value Type0 or omitted - Classic 1 - More concise 2 - More concise 3 - More concise 4 - Simplified TRUE - Classic FALSE - Simplified

- This function will return the result as error when the value is negative.
- Also there is no restriction for a value.

## Examples

- ROMANOLD(198,1) = CXCVIII
- ROMANOLD(1234,0) = MCCXXXIV
- ROMANOLD(45) = XLV