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Converting char * to DWORD

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What I'm doing is accepting a number as one of the program's command line arguments, but I need to get it out of text form and into numerical form. I'm looking for a code snippet that will accurately convert a  char * to a DWORD.
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Matt Nicholson
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use atoi ();
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Thanks!-- Matt
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