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Posted on 2001-08-24
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I want to know how to turn an integer into character to display from a message box:

NewFile.nPolys is the integer (part of a structure) that i want to insert at the end of the string "The number of polys is ".

MessageBox(NULL, <this is the function i want to use>, "whassup", NULL);

thanks
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Question by:MitchBroadhead
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char s[1000];

wsprintf(s,"The number of polys is %d",NewFile.nPolys);
MessageBox(NULL,s,"Whassup",NULL);

Regards,
Mike.
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by:MDarling
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1000 chars is a bit overkill though :)

40 should do fine.

Regards,
Mike.
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by:bkdc
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 int q=1002;
 char buff[50];
 _itoa(q,buff,10);  //_itoa(int no,char &,int radix);
 MessageBox(NULL, buff, "whassup", NULL);
....


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by:MitchBroadhead
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thanks darling.
worked a treat.  
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