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Stupid question - its been one of those days

brad0412brad0412 Posts: 1Member
I've had my head stuck in the compiler all day and have one of those stupid simple problems that I cant get around right now.

int x = 0x207;

char* putMyNumberHere = "";

How do I get the characters 0x207 into the char*? I've tried using _itoa(...) and have looked through similar functions but can't seem to put my finger on what I'm missing.

Thanks in advance.

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  • stoberstober Posts: 9,765Member ✭✭✭
    : I've had my head stuck in the compiler all day and have one of those stupid simple problems that I cant get around right now.
    :
    : int x = 0x207;
    :
    : char* putMyNumberHere = "";
    :
    : How do I get the characters 0x207 into the char*? I've tried using _itoa(...) and have looked through similar functions but can't seem to put my finger on what I'm missing.
    :
    : Thanks in advance.
    :

    atoi() does the opposite of what you want. use sprintf() to convert the integer to a string. see how you must allocate memory for putMyNumberHere, sprintf() does not do that for you.
    [code]
    int x = 0x207;
    char putMyNumberHere[20];
    sprintf(putMyNumberHere,"%X", x);
    [/code]
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