Would something like this never, ever be used in actual practice? Is it too “manual-ish”? I’m asking because that’s what I’m leaning towards. Basically, would I get laughed at for this?

Here’s my solution to the Roman Numeral Converter:

```
function convertToRoman(num) {
var numbersArray = (""+num).split("");
var ones = numbersArray.splice(-1,1);
var tens = numbersArray.splice(-1,1);
var hundreds = numbersArray.splice(-1,1);
var thousands = numbersArray.splice(-1,1);
function onesRoman() {
var result = "";
var onesToNumber = ones.map(Number);
if (onesToNumber <= 3) {
for(var i = 0; i < onesToNumber; i++) {
result = result + "I";
}
}
if (onesToNumber == 4) {
result = "IV";
}
if (onesToNumber == 5) {
result = "V";
}
if (onesToNumber > 5 && onesToNumber <=8) {
result = "V";
for (var j = 0; j < onesToNumber-5; j++) {
result = result + "I";
}
}
if (onesToNumber == 9) {
result = "IX";
}
return result;
}
function tensRoman() {
var result = "";
var tensToNumber = tens.map(Number);
if (tensToNumber <= 3) {
for(var i = 0; i < tensToNumber; i++) {
result = result + "X";
}
}
if (tensToNumber == 4) {
result = "XL";
}
if (tensToNumber == 5) {
result = "L";
}
if (tensToNumber > 5 && tensToNumber <=8) {
result = "L";
for (var j = 0; j < tensToNumber-5; j++) {
result = result + "X";
}
}
if (tensToNumber == 9) {
result = "XC";
}
return result;
}
function hundredsRoman() {
var result = "";
var hundredsToNumber = hundreds.map(Number);
if (hundredsToNumber <= 3) {
for(var i = 0; i < hundredsToNumber; i++) {
result = result + "C";
}
}
if (hundredsToNumber == 4) {
result = "CD";
}
if (hundredsToNumber == 5) {
result = "D";
}
if (hundredsToNumber > 5 && hundredsToNumber <=8) {
result = "D";
for (var j = 0; j < hundredsToNumber-5; j++) {
result = result + "C";
}
}
if (hundredsToNumber == 9) {
result = "CM";
}
return result;
}
function thousandsRoman() {
var result = "";
var thousandsToNumber = thousands.map(Number);
for (var i = 0; i < thousandsToNumber; i++) {
result = result + "M";
}
return result;
}
num = thousandsRoman() + hundredsRoman() + tensRoman() + onesRoman();
return num;
}
convertToRoman(649);
```

After I finished writing it and had it working, I checked the other answers people had and thought -