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Is there functionality like itoa and itoa for CString or do you need to manipulate a seprate string then convert to CString?
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There are not CString methods like itoa(), but you can always get the raw C-style array of char that CString wraps and use the conversion functions on it.

Davide Marcato.
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Yeah that'll work but I'm lazy and hoped there was a quick and dirty way. Thanks.
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