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printing hexadecimal value in c++

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Hello,

I'm trying to print the hexadecimal value for a string.
Actually, it was already encoded by my application into utf-8. And I would like to check the converted hex-code.
Could some one please let me know how to print it to a file ?

pFile = fopen ("C:\\myfile.txt","w");
fprintf (pFile, "%X ",c);
The above code didn't work!!

Thanks a lot for your inputs,
Pratap
Sep 13 '10 #1
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Banfa
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Didn't work how?
Sep 13 '10 #2

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suppose c contains string "test" , actual hexcode 74657374 is but its printing 40A150

Regards,
Pratap
Sep 13 '10 #3

Banfa
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You haven't said what type c is but I am assuming an array of char

char c[100];

You are printing out the hexidecimal representation of the address of the memory that stores the array.

To print the value of the character you need to pass the character to fprintf not the pointer to the array

fprintf (pFile, "%X ",c[0]);

Obviously you will need to repeat for all used entries in the array.
Sep 13 '10 #4

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