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int value to ascii.

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I am trying to generate a list of numbered filenames something like:
file0.bmp
file1.bmp
file2.bmp
.
.

I am trying to use a for loop on i and I was wondering how to get the value in i converted to ascii.

If you do 'i' it gives you the ascii for i and not the ascii for the value in i (0,1,2,...), so you get:
filei.bmp
filei.bmp
.
.

Seems simple enough,
Jon

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Here is one way of doing it:

for (i=0;i<SOME_LIMIT;i++)
{
   sprintf(fname,"file%i.bmp",i);
}
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then all you would have to do is then open up each file.  
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