How to convert number to Indian currency word format in PHP

Convert Currency Number to Word Format Using PHP

<?php
  /**
   * Created by PhpStorm.
   * User: ABDUL MOHAMMAD
   * Converting Currency Numbers to words currency format
   */
   
   $number = 786.90;
   $no = floor($number);
   $point = round($number - $no, 2) * 100;
   $hundred = null;
   $digits_1 = strlen($no);
   $i = 0;
   $str = array();
   $words = array('0' => '', '1' => 'one', '2' => 'two',
    '3' => 'three', '4' => 'four', '5' => 'five', '6' => 'six',
    '7' => 'seven', '8' => 'eight', '9' => 'nine',
    '10' => 'ten', '11' => 'eleven', '12' => 'twelve',
    '13' => 'thirteen', '14' => 'fourteen',
    '15' => 'fifteen', '16' => 'sixteen', '17' => 'seventeen',
    '18' => 'eighteen', '19' =>'nineteen', '20' => 'twenty',
    '30' => 'thirty', '40' => 'forty', '50' => 'fifty',
    '60' => 'sixty', '70' => 'seventy',
    '80' => 'eighty', '90' => 'ninety');
   $digits = array('', 'hundred', 'thousand', 'lakh', 'crore');
   while ($i < $digits_1) {
     $divider = ($i == 2) ? 10 : 100;
     $number = floor($no % $divider);
     $no = floor($no / $divider);
     $i += ($divider == 10) ? 1 : 2;
     if ($number) {
        $plural = (($counter = count($str)) && $number > 9) ? 's' : null;
        $hundred = ($counter == 1 && $str[0]) ? ' and ' : null;
        $str [] = ($number < 21) ? $words[$number] .
            " " . $digits[$counter] . $plural . " " . $hundred
            :
            $words[floor($number / 10) * 10]
            . " " . $words[$number % 10] . " "
            . $digits[$counter] . $plural . " " . $hundred;
     } else $str[] = null;
  }
  $str = array_reverse($str);
  $result = implode('', $str);
  $points = ($point) ?
    "." . $words[$point / 10] . " " . 
          $words[$point = $point % 10] : '';
  echo $result . "Rupees  " . $points . " Paise";
 ?> 

OUTPUT:

seven hundred  and eighty six  Rupees nine  Paise

Simplified Method as follows:


function getIndianCurrency(float $number) { $decimal = round($number - ($no = floor($number)), 2) * 100; $hundred = null; $digits_length = strlen($no); $i = 0; $str = array(); $words = array(0 => '', 1 => 'one', 2 => 'two', 3 => 'three', 4 => 'four', 5 => 'five', 6 => 'six', 7 => 'seven', 8 => 'eight', 9 => 'nine', 10 => 'ten', 11 => 'eleven', 12 => 'twelve', 13 => 'thirteen', 14 => 'fourteen', 15 => 'fifteen', 16 => 'sixteen', 17 => 'seventeen', 18 => 'eighteen', 19 => 'nineteen', 20 => 'twenty', 30 => 'thirty', 40 => 'forty', 50 => 'fifty', 60 => 'sixty', 70 => 'seventy', 80 => 'eighty', 90 => 'ninety'); $digits = array('', 'hundred','thousand','lakh', 'crore'); while( $i < $digits_length ) { $divider = ($i == 2) ? 10 : 100; $number = floor($no % $divider); $no = floor($no / $divider); $i += $divider == 10 ? 1 : 2; if ($number) { $plural = (($counter = count($str)) && $number > 9) ? 's' : null; $hundred = ($counter == 1 && $str[0]) ? ' and ' : null; $str [] = ($number < 21) ? $words[$number].' '. $digits[$counter]. $plural.' '.$hundred:$words[floor($number / 10) * 10].' '.$words[$number % 10]. ' '.$digits[$counter].$plural.' '.$hundred; } else $str[] = null; } $Rupees = implode('', array_reverse($str)); $paise = ($decimal > 0) ? "." . ($words[$decimal / 10] . " " . $words[$decimal % 10]) . ' Paise' : ''; return ($Rupees ? $Rupees . 'Rupees ' : '') . $paise; }

method calling :
echo getIndianCurrency(786.90);

output

seven hundred and eighty six Rupees nine Paise

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