# Documentation/Calc Functions/BAHTTEXT

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## Function name:

BAHTTEXT

## Category:

Text

## Summary:

Converts a number representing an amount of Thai currency into Thai text, including currency names. The baht is the official currency of Thailand and a baht is subdivided into 100 satang.

## Syntax:

BAHTTEXT(**Number**)

## Returns:

Returns a string that expresses the given amount in Thai text, including currency names.

## Arguments:

**Number** is a real number, or a reference to a cell containing a real number, that contains the amount to be converted. The integer part of **Number** is the number of baht and the fractional part gives the number of satang. For example, 12.34 corresponds to 12 baht and 34 satang. **Number** may be positive or negative.

- If
**Number**is non-numeric, then BAHTTEXT reports a #VALUE! error. - The fractional part of
**Number**is rounded to the nearest satang.

## Additional details:

None.

## Examples:

Formula | Description | Returns |
---|---|---|

=BAHTTEXT(1) | Here the function converts the value 1 to Thai text, returning a string that translates to English as "One baht". | หนึ่งบาทถ้วน |

=BAHTTEXT(G1) where cell G1 contains the number 1.758. | Here the function converts the value 1.758 to Thai text, returning a string that translates to English as "One baht and seventy-six satang". Note that the fractional part of the argument has been rounded to give 76 satang. | หนึ่งบาทเจ็ดสิบหกสตางค์ |

=BAHTTEXT(-2.5) | Here the function converts the value -2.5 to Thai text, returning a string that translates to English as "Minus one baht and fifty satang". | ลบหนึ่งบาทห้าสิบสตางค์ |

## Related LibreOffice functions:

None.

## ODF standard:

None.

## Equivalent Excel functions:

BAHTTEXT