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+Hyphenation dictionary
+----------------------
+
+Language: Polish (pl PL).
+Origin:   Based on the TeX hyphenation patterns plhyph.tex,
+version 3.0a, Wednesday, May 17th, 1995
+
+The first version of the patterns was developed
+by Hanna Ko³odziejska (1987).
+
+The adaptation to the LeX format (see below) and extensive modification
+were done by Bogus³aw Jackowski & Marek Ryæko (1987--1989).
+
+The hyphenation rules were further improved and adapted to the
+TeX 3.x requirements by Hanna Ko³odziejska (1991).
+
+Lone-standing version (3.0a) of patterns was prepared (under pressure
+from LaTeX users) by Bogus³aw Jackowski and Marek Ryæko, following
+Mariusz Olko's suggestions, 1995.
+
+The LeX format mentioned above was the first version of the adaptation
+of TeX to the Polish language. The next version is called MeX.
+
+The original macro file plhyph.tex belongs to the public domain
+under the conditions specified by the author of TeX:
+
+   ``Macro files like PLAIN.TEX should not be changed in any way,
+     except with respect to preloaded fonts,
+     unless the changes are authorized by the authors of the macros.''
+
+                                           Donald E. Knuth 
+
+Current license:  GNU LGPL license.
+Author:  conversion and corrects author is
+          Artur Polaczyñski <artiip@gmail.com>
+
+HYPH pl PL hyph_pl_PL
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+Pakiet słowników został stworzony przez projekt OpenOffice.org po polsku.
+Zawiera wszystkie słowniki w wersjach z dnia 2008.12.06.
+Strona główna projektu: http://pl.openoffice.org
+
+Korektor pisowni
+----------------
+Niniejszy slownik do sprawdzania pisowni jest udostępniany na licencjach
+GPL, LGPL, MPL (Mozilla Public License) i Creative Commons ShareAlike
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+
+Data utworzenia tej wersji slownika: 2008.12.06
+
+Opiekun słownika: Marek Futrega (futrega@gmail.com)
+
+Korekty: Marcin Miłkowski
+ 
+Słownik synonimów - wersja do programu OpenOffice.org
+-----------------------------------------------------
+
+Copyright (C) 2004-2008 Marcin Miłkowski <milek_pl@users.sourceforge.net>
+Licencja: LGPL 2.1.
+Wersja wygenerowana automatycznie dnia 2008-05-12
+Strona główna: http://synonimy.ux.pl/ 
+
+Wzorce podziału wyrazów
+-----------------------
+Licencja: LGPL 2.1, wersja pierwotna dostępna na zasadach public domain.
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+Oparte na danych z pakietu TeX: plhyph.tex,
+wersja 3.0a, 17.05.1995
+Pierwsza wersja - Hanna Kołodziejska (1987).
+Adaptacja do formatu LeX i duże zmiany: Bogusław Jackowski & Marek Ryćko (1987-1989).
+Dalsze poprawki - Hanna Kołodziejska (1991).
+Wersja samodzielna - Bogusław Jackowski i Marek Ryćko, z uwzględnieniem sugestii
+Mariusza Olki, 1995.
+Konwersja do OOo i poprawki: Artur Polaczyński <artiip@gmail.com>
+
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+English:
+========
+
+This dictionary pack was created by the Polish Native Lang Project.
+The pack contains current versions of all OpenOffice.org dictionares as of 2008-05-14.
+Project homepage: http://pl.openoffice.org
+
+Spellchecker
+------------
+
+This dictionary for spell-checking Polish texts is licensed under
+GPL, LGPL, MPL (Mozilla Public License) and Creative Commons
+ShareAlike licenses (see http://creativecommons.org/licenses/sa/1.0).
+
+This version of the dictionary was generated on 2008-05-14
+The most up-to-date version can be found at:
+http://www.sjp.pl/slownik/en/
+
+Dictionary maintainer: Marek Futrega (futrega@gmail.com)
+
+Thesaurus
+----------
+
+Copyright (C) 2004-2008 Marcin Mi³kowski <milek_pl@users.sourceforge.net>
+This product is made available subject to the terms of GNU Lesser 
+General Public License Version 2.1.
+Generated on 2008-05-12. 
+Homepage: http://synonimy.ux.pl/ 
+
+Hyphenation dictionary
+----------------------
+
+Language: Polish (pl PL).
+Origin:   Based on the TeX hyphenation patterns plhyph.tex,
+version 3.0a, Wednesday, May 17th, 1995
+
+The first version of the patterns was developed
+by Hanna Ko³odziejska (1987).
+
+The adaptation to the LeX format (see below) and extensive modification
+were done by Bogus³aw Jackowski & Marek Ryæko (1987--1989).
+
+The hyphenation rules were further improved and adapted to the
+TeX 3.x requirements by Hanna Ko³odziejska (1991).
+
+Lone-standing version (3.0a) of patterns was prepared (under pressure
+from LaTeX users) by Bogus³aw Jackowski and Marek Ryæko, following
+Mariusz Olko's suggestions, 1995.
+
+The LeX format mentioned above was the first version of the adaptation
+of TeX to the Polish language. The next version is called MeX.
+
+The original macro file plhyph.tex belongs to the public domain
+under the conditions specified by the author of TeX:
+
+   ``Macro files like PLAIN.TEX should not be changed in any way,
+     except with respect to preloaded fonts,
+     unless the changes are authorized by the authors of the macros.''
+
+                                           Donald E. Knuth 
+
+Current license:  GNU LGPL license.
+Author:  conversion and corrects author is
+          Artur Polaczyñski <artiip@gmail.com>
+
+
+Polski:
+=======
+
+Pakiet s³owników zosta³ stworzony przez projekt OpenOffice.org po polsku.
+Zawiera wszystkie s³owniki w wersjach z dnia 14.05.2008.
+Strona g³ówna projektu: http://pl.openoffice.org
+
+Korektor pisowni
+----------------
+Niniejszy slownik do sprawdzania pisowni jest udostepniany na licencjach
+GPL, LGPL, MPL (Mozilla Public License) i Creative Commons ShareAlike
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+Data utworzenia tej wersji slownika: 2008-05-14
+Najnowsza wersje mozna pobrac ze strony:
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+Opiekun slownika: Marek Futrega (futrega@gmail.com)
+
+S³ownik synonimów - wersja do programu OpenOffice.org
+-----------------------------------------------------
+
+Copyright (C) 2004-2008 Marcin Mi³kowski <milek_pl@users.sourceforge.net>
+Licencja: LGPL 2.1.
+Wersja wygenerowana automatycznie dnia 2008-05-12
+Strona g³ówna: http://synonimy.ux.pl/ 
+
+Wzorce podzia³u wyrazów
+-----------------------
+Licencja: LGPL 2.1, wersja pierwotna dostêpna na zasadach public domain.
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+Oparte na danych z pakietu TeX: plhyph.tex,
+wersja 3.0a, 17.05.1995
+Pierwsza wersja - Hanna Ko³odziejska (1987).
+Adaptacja do formatu LeX i du¿e zmiany: Bogus³aw Jackowski & Marek Ryæko (1987-1989).
+Dalsze poprawki - Hanna Ko³odziejska (1991).
+Wersja samodzielna - Bogus³aw Jackowski i Marek Ryæko, z uwzglêdnieniem sugestii
+Mariusza Olki, 1995.
+Konwersja do OOo i poprawki: Artur Polaczyñski <artiip@gmail.com>
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+English:
+========
+
+This dictionary for spell-checking Polish texts is licensed under
+GPL, LGPL, MPL (Mozilla Public License) and Creative Commons
+ShareAlike licenses (see http://creativecommons.org/licenses/sa/1.0).
+
+This version of the dictionary was generated on 2008-05-14
+The most up-to-date version can be found at:
+http://www.sjp.pl/slownik/en/
+
+Dictionary maintainer: Marek Futrega (futrega@gmail.com)
+
+
+Polski:
+=======
+
+Niniejszy slownik do sprawdzania pisowni jest udostepniany na licencjach
+GPL, LGPL, MPL (Mozilla Public License) i Creative Commons ShareAlike
+(zobacz http://creativecommons.org/licenses/sa/1.0).
+
+Data utworzenia tej wersji slownika: 2008-05-14
+Najnowsza wersje mozna pobrac ze strony:
+http://www.sjp.pl/
+
+Opiekun slownika: Marek Futrega (futrega@gmail.com)
+

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+S³ownik synonimów - wersja do programu OpenOffice.org
+Copyright (C) 2004-2007 Marcin Mi³kowski <milek_pl@users.sourceforge.net>
+Wersja wygenerowana automatycznie dnia 2008-05-13 00:57
+Strona g³ówna: http://synonimy.ux.pl/
+
+Wymagania: ==========================================================
+
+ OpenOffice.org 1.0.2 lub nowszy - nie dzia³a ze starszymi wersjami
+
+Instalacja: =============================================================
+
+ 1. Skopiowaæ pliki th_pl_PL.dat i th_pl_PL.idx do nastêpuj±cego
+    katalogu:
+    OpenOffice.org1.0.x/share/dict/ooo/
+    Po³o¿enie tego katalogu zale¿y od instalacji.
+    W systemie Linux jest to czêsto /usr/local lub /opt.
+
+ 2. Do pliku OpenOffice.org1.0.x/share/dict/ooo/dictionary.lst
+    dopisaæ nastêpuj±cy wiersz:
+    THES pl PL th_pl_PL
+
+ 3. Uruchomiæ OOo od nowa (tak¿e modu³ szybkiego uruchamiania, je¶li
+    jest u¿ywany).
+
+ 4. (Ten krok nie dotyczy wersji OOo 1.1 i nowszych)
+    Wybraæ nastêpuj±ce polecenie menu:
+    Narzêdzia->Opcje->Ustawienia jêzykowe->Pisownia
+    Klikn±æ przycisk "Edytuj" i z listy rozwijanej Jêzyk wybraæ Polski.
+    Sprawdziæ, czy jest zaznaczone pole wyboru "OpenOffice.org Thesaurus".
+
+ 5. Zaznaczyæ wyraz w tek¶cie lub ustawiæ na nim kursor i wybraæ polecenie
+    Narzêdzia->Tezaurus. Je¶li nie pojawi± siê synonimy, mo¿na wypróbowaæ
+    wyraz "test". Znajdowane s± poza tym tylko formy podstawowe (nie 
+odmienione).
+
+    Je¶li nie dzia³a, poniewa¿ nie mo¿na wybraæ polecenia Narzêdzia->Tezaurus:
+    trzeba spradziæ, czy przy instalacji pakietu OpenOffice.org jako komponent
+    opcjonalny wybrano modu³ jêzyka angielskiego (US). Mo¿na to te¿ poprawiæ
+    pó¼niej, po prostu wywo³uj±c instalator.
+    
+    Znalezione b³êdy lub zauwa¿one luki mo¿na poprawiæ na stronie
+    http://synonimy.ux.pl/.
+
+This product is made available subject to the terms of GNU Lesser 
+General Public License Version 2.1.

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+S³ownik synonimów - wersja do programu OpenOffice.org
+Copyright (C) 2004-2007 Marcin Mi³kowski <milek_pl@users.sourceforge.net>
+Wersja wygenerowana automatycznie dnia 2008-05-12
+Strona g³ówna: http://synonimy.ux.pl/
+
+Wymagania: ==========================================================
+
+ OpenOffice.org 2.0beta lub nowszy - nie dzia³a ze starszymi wersjami
+
+Instalacja: =============================================================
+
+ 1. Skopiowaæ pliki th_pl_PL_v2.dat.dat i th_pl_PL_v2.idx do nastêpuj±cego
+    katalogu:
+    OpenOffice.org/share/dict/ooo/
+    Po³o¿enie tego katalogu zale¿y od instalacji.
+    W systemie Linux jest to czêsto /usr/local lub /opt, 
+    w systemie Windows najczêœciej C:\Program Files.
+
+ 2. Do pliku OpenOffice.org/share/dict/ooo/dictionary.lst
+    dopisaæ nastêpuj±cy wiersz:
+    THES pl PL th_pl_PL_v2
+
+ 3. Uruchomiæ OOo od nowa (tak¿e modu³ szybkiego uruchamiania, je¶li
+    jest u¿ywany).
+
+ 4. Zaznaczyæ wyraz w tek¶cie lub ustawiæ na nim kursor i wybraæ polecenie
+    Narzêdzia->Tezaurus. Je¶li nie pojawi± siê synonimy, mo¿na wypróbowaæ
+    wyraz "test". Znajdowane s± poza tym tylko formy podstawowe 
+    (nie odmienione).
+
+    Znalezione b³êdy lub zauwa¿one luki mo¿na poprawiæ na stronie
+    http://synonimy.ux.pl/.
+
+This product is made available subject to the terms of GNU Lesser 
+General Public License Version 2.1.
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+<!--#include virtual="/doctype.html" -->
+<html>
+<head>
+<link href="/css/ooo.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css">
+
+
+
+<!-- base href="http://juljas.net.wstub.archive.org/linux/tips/openoffice.html" -->
+
+  <meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8">
+  <title>Liczba słownie, kwota Słownie - makro OpenOffice</title>
+  <link type="text/css" rel="stylesheet" 
+href="openoffice_files/default.css">
+  <!--
+  <link rel='shortcut icon' href='http://web.archive.org/web/20080501135115/http://juljas.net/linux/tips/ken5456.ico'>
+  -->
+  <style type="text/css">
+    <!--
+    body { max-width: 800px; }
+    h3 { border-left: 5px #707 solid; border-top: 5px #707 solid; padding-left: 3px; margin: 30px 0px 4px 0px ; }
+    p { margin-bottom: 0.4em; margin-top: 0.4em; }
+    // -->
+  </style>
+
+<!--#include virtual="/google-analytics.js" --> 
+<!--#include virtual="/scripts/entourage.js" -->
+</head>
+<body  linkifytime="12" linkified="0" linkifying="false">
+<!--#include virtual="/pl/brand.html" -->
+  <div id="topbara">
+    <!--#include virtual="/pl/topnav.html" -->
+    <div id="breadcrumbsa"><a href="/">home</a>&nbsp;&raquo;&nbsp;<a href="/pl/">pl</a>&nbsp;&raquo;&nbsp;<a href="/pl/Archive/">Archive</a>&nbsp;&raquo;&nbsp;<a href="/pl/Archive/www/">www</a>&nbsp;&raquo;&nbsp;<a href="/pl/Archive/www/pliki/">pliki</a>&nbsp;&raquo;&nbsp;<a href="/pl/Archive/www/pliki/makro_slownie/">makro_slownie</a></div>
+  </div>
+  <div id="clear"></div>
+  
+  
+  <div id="content">
+    
+    
+    
+<h3>UWAGA: Strona, którą przeglądasz jest kopią (prawdopodobnie martwej witryny) <a href="http://juljas.net/linux/tips/openoffice.html">http://juljas.net/linux/tips/openoffice.html</a> i nie jest aktualizowana. </h3>
+<hr>  
+<h1>a propos OpenOffice.org...</h1>
+  <a name="slownie"></a>
+  <h3>Makro "kwota słownie"</h3>
+
+  Makro "słownie" dodaje do OpenOffice możliwość wyświetlania liczb i 
+kwot w postaci zapisu słownego w języku polskim. Może to być szczególnie
+ przydatne w przypadku generowania dokumentów (np. faktur VAT), w 
+których jest obowiązek wpisania kwoty w takiej właśnie postaci.<br>
+  <br>
+  <i>'Slownie' macro is an add-on to OpenOffice.org that adds an ability
+ of displaying the number and currency amounts as polish text</i>
+  <br>
+  <br>
+  <img src="openoffice_files/oo-slownie.html">
+  <h4>Opis dostępnych funkcji</h4>
+  Po zainstalowaniu makra w OpenOffice.org Calc, w arkuszach można 
+używać następujących funkcji:<br>
+  <b>=SLOWNIE(</b>liczba<b>)</b><br>
+  <b>=SLOWNIEZL(</b>liczba<b>)</b><br>
+  <b>=SLOWNIEZL100GR(</b>liczba<b>)</b><br>
+  <br>
+  Funkcje zapisują w postaci tekstowej liczby z zakresu od 
+-999&nbsp;999&nbsp;999,99 do 999&nbsp;999&nbsp;999,99.
+  <h4>Aktualna wersja</h4>
+  Makro powinno działać w każdej wersji OpenOffice, zarówno polskiej jak
+ i angielskiej, zarówno w Linuksie, w Windowsie, jak i w innych 
+systemach operacyjnych.<br>
+  <br>
+  <a name="slownie_pobierz"></a>
+  <span style="border: 4px solid rgb(68, 255, 68); padding: 5px;"><a 
+href="openoffice_files/kwota_slownie.txt">Pobierz
+ makro</a> (najnowszą wersję)</span><br>
+  <br>
+  Jeśli masz problem z poprawnym wyświetleniem polskich znaków (format 
+UTF-8), 
+  wypróbuj to samo makro zapisane w kodowaniu <a 
+href="openoffice_files/kwota_slownie.iso-8859-2.txt">ISO-8859-2</a>,
+ lub <a 
+href="openoffice_files/kwota_slownie.cp1250.txt">CP1250
+ (Windows)</a>.<br>
+  <br>
+  <h4>Zmiany w ostatniej wersji</h4>
+  <b><a 
+href="http://web.archive.org/web/20080501135115/http://juljas.net/linux/files/kwota_slownie.v1.5.txt">v1.5</a>,
+ 2008.03.25</b>
+  <ul>
+    <li>Poprawiona obsługa liczb ujemnych (w szczególności kwot)
+    </li><li>Poprawiony błąd przy wypisywaniu dużych kwot (&gt;20 000 
+000 zł)
+    </li><li>Dodane makro <b>=SLOWNIEZL100GR()</b> wypisujące kwotę w 
+postaci <i>5 złotych 00/100</i>
+    </li><li>Stworzenie tej strony (<a 
+href="http://web.archive.org/web/20080501135115/http://juljas.net/linux/tips/openoffice.html">http://juljas.net/linux/tips/openoffice.html</a>)
+  </li></ul>
+  <b><a 
+href="http://web.archive.org/web/20080501135115/http://juljas.net/linux/files/kwota_slownie.v1.4.txt">v1.4</a></b>
+  <ul>
+    <li>Pierwsza(?) wersja dostępna publicznie
+    </li><li>Makro <b>=SLOWNIE()</b>
+    </li><li>Makro <b>=SLOWNIEZL()</b>
+  </li></ul>
+
+  <h4>Instalacja</h4>
+  <ol>
+    <li>Należy owtorzyć menu:
+    <b>Narzędzia → Makra → Zarządzaj Makrami → Makro</b><br>
+    (<i>Tools → Macros → Organize Macros → OpenOffice.org Basic</i>)<br>
+    <a 
+href="http://web.archive.org/web/20080501135115/http://juljas.net/linux/tips/oomacro-install-menu-pl.png"><img
+ src="openoffice_files/oomacro-install-menu-pl.html"></a><br>
+    </li><li>Tam wybrać <b>Moje makra→Standard</b> (<i>My Macros → 
+Standard</i>)
+    i nacisnąć <b>Nowy</b> (<i>New</i>).<br>
+    <a 
+href="http://web.archive.org/web/20080501135115/http://juljas.net/linux/tips/oomacro-new-pl.png"><img
+ src="openoffice_files/oomacro-new-pl.html"></a><br>
+    </li><li>W otwartym oknie skasować wszystko i zamiast tego wkleić 
+całą treść pliku z makrem (patrz <a 
+href="http://web.archive.org/web/20080501135115/http://juljas.net/linux/tips/openoffice.html#slownie_pobierz">powyżej</a>).
+ Zapisać.
+    <a 
+href="http://web.archive.org/web/20080501135115/http://juljas.net/linux/tips/oomacro-new-edit.png"><img
+ src="openoffice_files/oomacro-new-edit.html"></a><br>
+    </li><li>Od tego momentu w arkuszach Calc można używać funkcji <b>=SLOWNIE...()</b>
+    <img src="openoffice_files/oomacro-funkcja.html"><br>
+  </li></ol>
+
+
+  <h4>Uwagi końcowe</h4>
+  Z braku lepszego pomysłu makro jest objęte licencją <a 
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+rem Makro kwota s³ownie, ver 1.5
+rem (C) 2008, Jan S³upski, jslupski@juljas.net
+rem http://juljas.net/linux/tips/openoffice.html
+rem
+rem Licencja: GNU LGPL version 2.1
+rem http://www.gnu.org/licenses/lgpl-2.1.html
+rem
+rem Dodaæ makro mo¿na tak: MENU->Narzêdzia->Makra->Zarz¹dzaj Makrami->Makro
+rem Wybraæ Moje makra->Standard, nacisn¹æ "Nowy" i w oknie wkleiæ tê treœæ
+rem 
+rem Dzia³aj¹ makra:
+rem =SLOWNIE(123)
+rem =SLOWNIEZL(123)
+rem =SLOWNIEZL100GR(123)
+rem
+rem Zakres liczb - od -999 999 999,99 do 999 999 999,99
+rem 
+rem Nie dzia³aj¹:
+rem - czêœci u³amkowe w wersji SLOWNIE()
+rem - zapis groszy/czêœci u³amkowej w postaci s³ownej
+rem - liczby >= 1 000 000 000 (³atwo poprawiæ/dopisaæ)
+rem
+
+sub slownie1(numer) as string
+	dim s as string
+	select case numer
+		Case 0 
+			s = ""
+		Case 1 
+			s = "jeden"
+		Case 2 
+			s = "dwa"
+		Case 3 
+			s = "trzy"
+		Case 4 
+			s = "cztery"
+		Case 5 
+			s = "piêæ"
+		Case 6 
+			s = "szeϾ"
+		Case 7 
+			s = "siedem"
+		Case 8 
+			s = "osiem"
+		Case 9 
+			s = "dziewiêæ"
+	End Select
+	Slownie1 = s
+End Sub
+
+sub Slownie10(numer) as string
+	dim s as string
+	select case numer
+		Case 0 
+			s = ""
+		Case 1 
+			s = "dziesiêæ"
+		Case 2 
+			s = Slownie1(numer) & "dzieœcia"
+		Case 3
+			s = Slownie1(numer) & "dzieœci"
+		Case 4 
+			s = "czterdzieœci"
+		Case 5 to 9
+			s = Slownie1(numer) & "dziesi¹t"
+	End Select
+	Slownie10 = s
+End Sub
+
+sub slownie19(numer) as string
+	dim s as string
+	select case numer
+		Case 0 
+			s = "dziesiêæ"
+		Case 1 
+			s = "jedenaœcie"
+		Case 2 
+			s = "dwanaœcie"
+		Case 3 
+			s = "trzynaœcie"
+		Case 4 
+			s = "czternaœcie"
+		Case 5 
+			s = "piêtnaœcie"
+		Case 6 
+			s = "szesnaœcie"
+		Case 7 
+			s = "siedemnaœcie"
+		Case 8 
+			s = "osiemnaœcie"
+		Case 9 
+			s = "dziewiêtnaœcie"
+	End Select
+	Slownie19 = s
+End Sub
+
+sub Slownie100(numer) as string
+	dim s as string
+	select case numer
+		Case 0 
+			s = ""
+		Case 1 
+			s = "sto"
+		Case 2 
+			s = "dwieœcie"
+		Case 3, 4
+			s = Slownie1(numer) & "sta"
+		Case 5 to 9
+			s = Slownie1(numer) & "set"
+	End Select
+	Slownie100 = s
+End Sub
+
+sub Slownie999(numer) as string
+	Dim ja as integer
+	Dim dz as integer
+	Dim se as integer
+	je = numer mod 10
+	dz = fix(numer/10)  mod 10
+	se = fix(numer/100) mod 10
+	dim s as string
+	dim t as string
+	dim u as string
+
+	s = Slownie100(se)
+	if dz = 1 then
+		t = Slownie19(je)
+		u = ""
+	else
+		t = Slownie10(dz)
+		u = Slownie1(je)
+	end if
+
+	if s <> "" and (t<>"" or u<>"") then
+		s = s & " "
+	end if
+	if t <> "" and u <> "" then
+		t = t & " "
+	end if
+
+	Slownie999 = s & t & u
+End sub
+
+sub Slownie000(numer) as integer
+	Dim je as integer
+	Dim dz as integer
+	je = numer mod 10
+	dz = fix(numer/10)  mod 10
+	if numer = 0 then
+		typ = 0
+	elseif numer = 1 then
+		typ = 1
+	elseif dz<>1 and je>=2 and je<=4 then
+		typ = 2
+	else
+		typ = 3
+	end if
+	Slownie000 = typ
+End Sub
+
+Function Slownie(kwota) as string
+	if kwota>=1000000000 or kwota<=-1000000000 then
+		Slownie="za du¿a lub b³êdna liczba (" & cstr(kwota) & ")"
+		goto koniec1
+	end if
+	dim s as string
+	dim m as string
+	dim k as long
+
+	m=""
+	if kwota < 0 then
+		m = m & "minus "
+		kwota = 0-kwota
+	end if
+
+	k = clng(fix(kwota))
+
+	if k=0 then
+		s = "zero"
+	else
+		s = Slownie999(k mod 1000)
+	end if
+	k = fix(k/1000)
+
+	if k <> 0 then 
+		if s<>"" and (k mod 1000)>0 then
+			s = " " & s
+		end if
+		select case Slownie000(k mod 1000)
+			case 0
+
+			case 1
+				s =                           "tysi¹c"  & s
+			case 2
+				s = Slownie999(k mod 1000) & " tysi¹ce" & s
+			case 3
+				s = Slownie999(k mod 1000) & " tysiêcy" & s
+		end select
+	end if
+	k = fix(k/1000)
+
+	if k <> 0 then 
+		if s<>"" and (k mod 1000)>0 then
+			s = " " & s
+		end if
+		select case Slownie000(k mod 1000)
+			case 0
+
+			case 1
+				s =                           "milion"  & s
+			case 2
+				s = Slownie999(k mod 1000) & " miliony" & s
+			case 3
+				s = Slownie999(k mod 1000) & " milionów" & s
+		end select
+	end if
+	k = fix(k/1000)
+
+	if k <> 0 then 
+		s = cstr(k*1000000000) & " + " & s
+	end if
+
+	Slownie = m & s
+
+koniec1:
+
+End Function
+
+function SlownieZL(kwota)
+	if kwota>=1000000000 or kwota<=-1000000000 then
+		SlownieZL="za du¿a lub b³êdna liczba (" & cstr(kwota) & ")"
+		goto koniec2
+	end if
+
+	s=""
+
+	zl = fix(kwota)
+	gr = kwota - zl
+	if gr < 0 then
+		gr = 0-gr
+	end if
+	gr = fix((gr*100)mod 100)
+	
+	rem s = cstr(kwota) & " # " & cstr(zl) & " # " & cstr(gr) & " # " & s & slownie(zl)
+	s = s & slownie(zl)
+	select case Slownie000(zl mod 1000)
+		case 1
+			s = s & " z³oty"
+		case 2
+			s = s & " z³ote"
+		case 0,3
+			s = s & " z³otych"
+	end select
+	if true or gr <> 0 then
+		s = s & " " & cstr(gr) & " gr."
+	end if
+	SlownieZL=s
+koniec2:
+end function
+
+
+function SlownieZL100GR(kwota)
+	if kwota>=1000000000 or kwota<=-1000000000 then
+		SlownieZL100GR="za du¿a lub b³êdna liczba (" & cstr(kwota) & ")"
+		goto koniec3
+	end if
+
+	s=""
+
+	zl = fix(kwota)
+	gr = kwota - zl
+	if gr < 0 then
+		gr = 0-gr
+	end if
+	gr = fix((gr*100)mod 100)
+	
+	rem "minus" jest dodatwany automatycznie w slownie(zl) chyba, ¿e zl=0
+	if kwota<0 and zl=0 then 
+		s = s & "minus "
+	end if
+	
+	s = s & slownie(zl)
+	select case Slownie000(zl mod 1000)
+		case 1
+			s = s & " z³oty"
+		case 2
+			s = s & " z³ote"
+		case 0,3
+			s = s & " z³otych"
+	end select
+	if true or gr <> 0 then
+		s = s & " " 
+		if gr<10 then
+			s = s & "0"
+		end if
+		s = s & cstr(gr) & "/100"
+	end if
+	SlownieZL100GR=s
+koniec3:
+end function
+
+rem vim:ts=4:ft=vb



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