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i don't How to Convert a Number to Roman Numerals Using mathematical equation. if M=1000,D=500,C=100,L=50,X=10,V=5,I=1 then how convert any decimal number to Roman Numerals?

such as if 1952 then its look like MCMLII

if any one know method please help me to learn this method . am just waiting for your help :)

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program:… – Jayesh Oct 6 '15 at 15:03
up vote 5 down vote accepted

I would recommend reviewing this site, which also has a converter.

If you were looking for an algorithm, see:

This question was also answered on StackOverflow using C-Code: see. (see ValueConverter answer for an efficient approach)



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Good ole' Roman Numerals! $\ddot\smile$ – amWhy May 16 '13 at 2:05

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