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I was wondering how to take an integer and store it into a char array, if anyone could tell me that would be great.
Jul 20 '07 #1
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Change the int into a string.
Jul 21 '07 #2
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Change the int into a string.
Yes, Joe is right. I'd just like to point you to the class that would be able to assist you on this. It's perhaps no surprise, but it's the java.lang.Strin g class:
Especially look at the valueOf(...) and toCharArray() methods.

Good luck.
Jul 21 '07 #3
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I don't know if I'm just not getting it, or I asked the wrong question but what I want to do is take a pre-existing character array, and store a series of integers into it.
Jul 21 '07 #4
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I don't know if I'm just not getting it, or I asked the wrong question but what I want to do is take a pre-existing character array, and store a series of integers into it.
You have to rephrase your question a bit then: given an int, do you want to store
the individual characters of the decimal representation of that int in that array or
do you want something else to happen? A pre-existing array of chars may be too
small to hold the result ...

kind regards,

Jul 21 '07 #5

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