|Number Spell Create a project Lab2_NumberSpell. Write a program that inputs a two-digit natural number (from 0 1 to 9 9) and outputs this number spelled out in English. That is, for 2 3 it outputs twenty three. For 0 6, it should output six. You may assume that the two numbers to be input are separated by space. You are not allowed to use the concepts, such as looping or functions that we have not studied. Writing a program that treats all 99 cases separately (that is, has 99 separate output statements) will result in a bad grade.|
Hint: input the numbers as two variables of type int, then create output using several switch and if statements. Specifically, you will need to differentiate (with an if) a number that is less than 20. For such numbers you will need a switch statement to print the whole value. For the numbers larger than 20, you will need one switch to print the word for the first digit, and another -- the word for the second digit.
That is, the outline of your program could be as follows:
if(first number is equal to 1)
switch that recognizes the second character (second digit) and prints the whole number "ten", "eleven", or ...
switch that recognizes the first digit and prints "twenty" or "thirty", or ...
note that this switch should ignore the case (print nothing) if the first digit
switch that recognizes the second digit and prints "one" or "two", or ...
note that this switch should also ignore the case of zero