

i <input file>  
Read input from the specified file.  
o <output file>  
Write output into the specified file.  
I  Identify the number system of the input. 
c  List the available number system cover terms. 
l  List the available number systems. 
f <input number system>  
Specify the number system of the input.  
t <output number system>  
Specify the number system of the output.  
b <input base>  
Specify the input base for Western numbers. The base must be in the range [1,36].  
B <output base>  
Specify the output base for Western numbers. The base must be in the range [1,36].  
g <output general group size>  
Specify the size of digit groups other than the oworder group. The default is 3.  
G <output low group size>  
Specify the size of the loworder group of digits. The default is 3.  
s <output group separator character>  
Specify character to use as "thousands separator". The default is a comma.  
L  Set the output grouping parameters, general group size, first group size, and group separator character, according to the current locale. 
m  When generating Roman numerals, use unit characters with superscript macron for thousands greater than one instead of Ms. 
h  Print help information. 
v  Print version information. 
To convert from Roman Numerals to ordinary Western numbers:
numconv f Roman t Western_Lower
To convert from ordinary Western numbers to the variety of number in current use in the People’s Republic of China:
numconv f Western t Mandarin_Regular_Simplified
To convert from ordinary Western numbers to Western numbers in base 2:
numconv f Western_Lower t Western_Lower B 2
To convert from Urdu numbers to Hindi numbers with the traditional Indian grouping:
numconv f Perso_Arabic t Devanagari g 2
libuninum(3)
Bill Poser (billposer@alum.mit.edu)
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numconv  NUMCONV (1)  September 2007 
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