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The command \convertnumber is used to typeset a number in a specific format.


{...}empty default none month month:mnem character Character characters Characters a A Numbers word words Word Words n N romannumerals Romannumerals i I r R KR RK greek Greek g G abjadnumerals abjadnodotnumerals abjadnaivenumerals hebrewnumerals yiddishnumerals thainumerals devanagarinumerals gurmurkhinumerals gujaratinnumerals tibetannumerals greeknumerals Greeknumerals arabicnumerals persiannumerals arabicexnumerals arabicdecimals persiandecimals koreannumerals koreanparentnumerals koreancirclenumerals kr kr-p kr-c chinesenumerals chinesecapnumerals chineseallnumerals cn cn-c cn-a sloveniannumerals slovenianNumerals spanishnumerals spanishNumerals russiannumerals russianNumerals mathgreek set␣0 set␣1 set␣2 set␣3 continued zero name

month long month name
month:mnem short month name
character alias for characters
Character alias for Characters
characters lowercase latin characters
Characters uppercase latin characters
a alias for characters
A alias for Characters
Numbers arabic numbers
word alias for words
words literal words: one, two, three ...
Word alias for Words
Words literal words: One, Two, Three ...
n alias for Numbers
N alias for Numbers
romannumerals lowercase roman numerals
Romannumerals uppercase roman numerals
i alias for romannumerals
I alias for Romannumerals
r another alias for romannumerals
R another alias for Romannumerals
KR alias for RK
RK smallcapped roman numerals
greek lowercase greek characters
Greek uppercase greek characters
g alias for greek
G alias for Greek
kr alias for koreannumerals
kr-p alias for koreanparentnumerals
kr-c alias for koreancirclenumerals
cn alias for chinesenumerals
cn-c alias for chinesecapnumerals
cn-a alias for chineseallnumerals
mathgreek mathematical greek (math italic lowercase)
set␣0 symbols [bullet, dash, star, triangle ...]
set␣1 symbols [*, **, ***, dag, ...]
set␣2 symbols [*, dag, ddag, **, dagdag ...]
set␣3 symbols [*, **, ***, ...]
continued indicates that a "set" conversion should continue instead of restart
name any conversion defined using \defineconversion
number an actual number


The command \convertnumber is used to typeset a number in a specific format: convert a number into a different form, e.g. to Roman numerals, bullets, etc.


Built-in conversion set demo

\dorecurse {8}{\convertnumber{set 0}{#1}\quad}\par
\dorecurse {9}{\convertnumber{set 1}{#1}\quad}\par
\dorecurse{12}{\convertnumber{set 2}{#1}\quad}\par
\dorecurse{15}{\convertnumber{set 3}{#1}\quad}\par


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