float to CString conversion - not with gcvt!!!

I need to convert float a=0.000432 to CString. Using gcvt function results in 4.32 E-4.
But I need to keep it in the same form "0.000432" and not to use exponential presentation.
Any help?
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You can use 'Format()', e.g.

CString str;

float a=0.000432;

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char szBuffer[24];
float nNumber = 0.000432;

sprintf(szBuffer, "%0.6lf", nNumber)
CString strNumber = szBuffer;

Why use an additional variable?
because %f does not work in CString::Format. You have to use sprintf for converting floats.
voloshinAuthor Commented:
Thanks for good advice, str.Format("%.6f",a) provides exactly 6 places after the dot.
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