Roman Numeral letter H

7 Feb 2007 17:26 roman-numerals

Someone appears to have spent some time searching my site for the term “Roman Numeral letter H”. This is pointless, for two reasons:

  1. Until this post, I didn’t have any content containing these terms, for the simple reason that…
  2. …there is no H in the set of Roman numerals.

Valid Roman numerals are I, V, X, L, C, D, M. Numbers above 5000 use a bar over the letter. See Wikipedia for more details.

This site does contain an example of how to do Test-First- (or Test-Driven-) Design to create a Roman numeral converter. See this page.