The constructor for the string class in python, ie, str can be used to convert a number to a string in python. For example,
i = 10050 str_i = str(i) print(type(str_i))
This will give the output:
But if you want something that converts integers to words like 99 to ninety-nine, you have to use an external package or build one yourself. The pynum2word module is pretty good at this task. You can install it using
$ pip install pynum2word
Then use it in the following way
>>> import num2word >>> num2word.to_card(16) 'sixteen' >>> num2word.to_card(23) 'twenty-three' >>> num2word.to_card(1223) 'one thousand, two hundred and twenty-three'