Is there any C++ function which will convert wide char string to int. If wide char string is double "100.01" then function should return error. I can use isDigit and add own logic to validate this but wanted to check whether there is any in build function for the same. I am using VC++ on windows.
'strtol()' is the 'standard', next to 'atoi()' that qlemo already mentioned, with the 1st allowing better error checking. See http://en.cppreference.com/w/cpp/string/byte/strtol
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