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Number to Text in ARABIC

In my last session in GDC ’09, Integrating Dynamics AX with External Systems, I have demonstrated how you easily could reference you managed code assembly inside Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 and use it in X++ through CLR Interoperability functionality.

And to demonstrate CLR Interoperability, one of the examples was creating a managed code a dll library in Visual Studio .NET 2008. The library I created contained a function that converts numbers (come through parameters) to Arabic text. It looks that this small function attracted some of the attendees, they requested it from me by the end of the session.

And here it is available to be downloaded. I have put it in a dll project that you could immediately use.

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