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DWORD to CSTRING

Posted on 2001-06-16
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Hi,

Just making a stab at learning VC++. What's the way to convert a DWORD to CSTRING??

Cheers

Rich
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You can use the Format function.
Example:
DWORD anumber = 12345678;
CString mystring;
mystring.Format("%i",anumber);
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Cheers, just what i wanted. THANKS
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