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MFC way for _int64 into CString conversion and CStrimg into _int64

Posted on 2006-06-21
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Hi, experts!

Is there is a way to convert
 _int64 into CString
 and
 CStrimg into _int64

thanx
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Question by:khlauster
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Yes:

#include <stdlib.h>

__int64 i1 = 42L;
CString tmp;

tmp.Format("%I64d", i1);

__int64 i2 = _atoi64((LPCTSTR)tmp);
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by:khlauster
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Works great!

One more thing:

if any limitation for using  _int64 and these types of conversions:
OS,  etc

thanks, Jkr!
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by:jkr
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Well, CString limits that conversion to MFC, but that's it basically.
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thanks again
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