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How do i convert char * to DWORD_PTR

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How do i convert char * to DWORD_PTR or DWORD
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Just use simple casting:

char* p;
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DWORD_PTR ptr = (DWORD_PTR)p;
DWORD dw = (DWORD)p;

Or C++ casting:

DWORD_PTR ptr = static_cast<DWORD_PTR>(p);
DWORD dw = static_cast<DWORD>(p);
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