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uint32_t printing zeros

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hi,

i have a string that is uint32_t.

uint32_t *t;

//allocate memory
...
t = "hello";

i want to print the integer value represented by each int

so, i do this..

for(i=0;i<6;i++)
print value using %d

i am getting some weird values with the rest being zeros...

is something wrong...usually, for ascii characters, i get 0 , 1,, but with this, ...
it is just junk..
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