So on this answer here: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/12699791/finding-the-word-version-of-a-number/12700097#comment17146082_12700097
We were having the argument whether it is “three hundred and forty two” or “three hundred forty two”.
I am going by British and New Zealand grammar and I believe it has the and in there. I have never in my life heard anyone say “three hundred forty two”, only “three hundred and forty two”.
So when it comes to numbers, what’s the rule?