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Sending a number to a control

Posted on 1998-06-29
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i want to send a number to a control for example:
int number = 50;
SetDlgItemText( hDlg, IDC_STATICTEXT1, number );
i know that wont work, so whats the right way to do it? would i convert it to char * first? if so please show me exactly how.
im using the windows api, borland c++ 5.02, and win95.
thanks.
chris
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char szText[255];

sprintf(szText,"%i",number);
SetDlgItemText(hDlg,IDC_STATICTEXT1,szText);
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thanks.
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