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how to printf ° in VC++

Posted on 2006-06-15
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Hello experts,
This might be very easy question for someone.
I can do printf( "%c", 176) in linux to print °, but this does not work in windows.
Any idea?
Thanks
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Do this printf( "%c", 248). It will print °.
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Thanks.
I found a strange problem. Previously i tried this on one machine:
for(int i=0; i<255;i++)
 printf("i=%d %c",i, i)

It did not print anything when i is greater than 128, but now i am trying it on a different machine, it is working fine.
Any idea?
Anyway you have answered my quetion, thanks.
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