ltoa, itoa, ultoa in gcc

Rupert Wood me@rupey.net
Fri Sep 12 18:06:00 GMT 2003


Aaron Case wrote: 

> Do have to write these functions myself or is there something
> supported by GCC that will suffice??

(Fairly obviously) If you're using a common radix such as 10 or 16 then you
can get away with

    char buffer[16];
    snprintf(buffer, 16, "%ld", l);

or similar.

If you're not, and don't want to start from scratch, then get hold of MS's
runtime source from your install CD and have a look how they implemented it
:-)

Rup.



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