## Python program to convert integer value into roman value

In this article, we are going to create a program that converts integer values to roman values. Roman value is a roman system of representing the number

Example:-

1=” I ”, 2=” II ”, 3=” III ”

The Roman system does not have negative numbers and zero is defined by the word “nulla”

ALGORITHM:

• Defining the function
• Creating the catalog from which the value will determine
• Operating and finding the roman value
• Running the drivers code

Source code to convert an integer into roman:-

```# INTEGER to ROMAN
def roman(num):
integer=[1,4,5,9,10,40,50,90,100,400,500,900,1000]
symbols = ["I", "IV", "V", "IX", "X", "XL", "L", "XC", "C", "CD", "D", "CM", "M"]
i=12
if num==0:
print("nulla")
elif num<0:
print("negative numbers are not allowed in the Roman system")
else:
while num:
a=num//integer[i]
num%=integer[i]
while a:
print(symbols[i],end="")
a-=1
i-=1
if __name__ == '__main__':
value = int(input("enter the value: "))
roman(value)
```

Explanation of the code:-

1. Creating function with a parameter that will hold the value of the number given by the user
2. Defining the numbers and symbols in a list so that they can be called whenever they are needed
3. As there is no place of any negative number and zero so using the conditional statements to filter the input of the user
4. Then accessing the digit one by one of number and then converting that number into roman according to need
5. In the end, we are printing it using a while loop

### execution of the code:-

entered value: 49

output: XLIX

#### The output of the source code:- 