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convert unsigned char(hexadecimal value to Cstring) and add to listbox

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Hi ,
Iam new to VC++...
How to display unsigned char(holds hexadecimal value) in list box control.
listbox control takes only strings(CString).
how do i convert hexadecimal value to cstring...

example i want to display F212D915 in list box control

Thanks
Sahaj
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CString s;
s.Format("%x", hexValue);  //or similar format, look up printf in help
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