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ProphetOfDoom



Joined: 08 Aug 2008
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ProphetOfDoom
Hiya,

First of all yes I googled it, and yes I searched this forum, and the WIndows API docs but couldn't find what i was looking for.> Sad

How do you convert 32 bit floats and (un)signed ints into char or widechar using the windows API? I am programming on Vista but I would ideally like my program to run on Windows 98 too (ie no msvcrt).

Sorry if this is a stupid question. It's just the API docs came up with a bunch of weird functions about 'coercing' (???) 'variants' (???!) into other variants and some msvcrt stuff.

Thanks.
Post 08 Aug 2008, 20:42
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wisepenguin



Joined: 30 Mar 2005
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wisepenguin
hello,
user32->wsprintf will do what you want.

have a good night
Post 08 Aug 2008, 20:53
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ProphetOfDoom



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ProphetOfDoom
brilliant thanks!
Post 08 Aug 2008, 20:58
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asmcoder



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asmcoder
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Post 09 Aug 2008, 12:18
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Vasilev Vjacheslav



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Vasilev Vjacheslav
it's not nt based
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