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Re: where is the itoa()

From: Vipin Dravid
Subject: Re: where is the itoa()
Date: Sat, 26 Aug 2006 10:39:20 +0530

There is no "standard" itoa() that I know of, why can't you use a
simple sprintf btw ?

On 25 Aug 2006 05:28:00 -0700, xcrazy <> wrote:
hi, i'm new to c++, i'm referring a book where there's an example that
uses a function itoa() for data conversion, but my g++ shows its
undeclared when i use it, what header should i use? i tried using
iostream, stdlib...

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