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how to use char* to store digit

hi i have a question on c++

can u tell me how we use char* to store digits?????
and the digits are characters.....
Sep 24 '06 #1
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You can not use char 8* to store digits directly because it is a pointer to a location that stores digits not a place to store digits.

You would have to do it indirectly

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  1. char *pDigits;
  2. int i;
  4. pDigits = malloc(11);
  6. for( i=0; i<10; i++)
  7. {
  8.     pDigits[i] = (char)('0' + i);
  9. }
  11. pDigits[10] = '\0';
  13. printf("Digits: %s\n", pDigits);
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