hi there can any one help me figure out how to convert numbers into string without using an array and a method please thank you

example of my arrayed code i dont like this

the code here is working but i want to use the other way for not using array

just like switches and if and loops only

im sorry for not using the proper tags to this code im a new comer thank you for your time to reply on this thread

i made a code here but i did'nt run what i want to output sir

package UnderPackage; import java.util.Scanner; public class NumberToWords { static Scanner input = new Scanner(System.in); public static void main(String[] args) { int number; int b; String thousands =""; String hundred =""; String tens =""; String firstTen =""; String ones =""; System.out.println("Enter a number: "); number = input.nextInt(); int th = number/1000; switch (th){ case 1: thousands ="one thousand"; break; case 2: thousands ="two thousand"; break; case 3: thousands ="three thousand"; break; case 4: thousands ="four thousand"; break; case 5: thousands ="five thousand"; break; case 6: thousands ="six thousand"; break; case 7: thousands ="seven thousand"; break; case 8: thousands ="eight thousand"; break; case 9: thousands ="nine thousand"; break; case 10: thousands ="ten thousand"; break; } switch(number/100){ case 1: hundred = "one hundred"; break; case 2: hundred = "two hundred"; break; case 3: hundred = "three hundred"; break; case 4: hundred = "four hundred"; break; case 5: hundred = "five hundred"; break; case 6: hundred = "six hundred"; break; case 7: hundred = "seven hundred"; break; case 8: hundred = "eight hundred"; break; case 9: hundred = "nine hundred"; break; } if(number<= 19 && number >=11){ int special = number%100; switch (special){ case 11: firstTen = "eleven"; break; case 12: firstTen = "twelve"; break; case 13: firstTen = "thirteen"; break; case 14: firstTen = "fourteen"; break; case 15: firstTen = "fifthteen"; break; case 16: firstTen = "sixteen"; break; case 17: firstTen = "seventeen"; break; case 18: firstTen = "eightteen"; break; case 19: firstTen = "nineteen"; break; } System.out.println(th + special); } switch (number/10){ case 1: tens ="ten"; break; case 2: tens ="twenty"; break; case 3: tens ="thirty"; break; case 4: tens ="fourty"; break; case 5: tens ="fifty"; break; case 6: tens ="sixty"; break; case 7: tens ="seventy"; break; case 8: tens ="eighty"; break; case 9: tens ="ninety"; break; } if(number>0){ switch (number){ case 1: ones ="one"; break; case 2: ones ="two"; break; case 3: ones ="three"; break; case 4: ones ="four"; break; case 5: ones ="five"; break; case 6: ones ="six"; break; case 7: ones ="seven"; break; case 8: ones ="eight"; break; case 9: ones ="nine"; break; } System.out.print(thousands + hundred +firstTen+ tens + ones); } } }