Posted 12 October 1999 - 06:49 AM
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Posted 07 October 1999 - 02:47 PM
printf("this is a \225eta version\n");
would read "this is a Beta version"
The \nnn will give you the ascii character for the value.
Otherwise you can do:
printf("This is a %ceta version\n", 225);
where %c is 225 turned into a char representation.
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Posted 09 October 1999 - 02:43 AM
Dunno where you got that \nnn thing. It's not in ANSI C. If it's a part of ANSI C++ then I apologize
So I suggest to spheltem to use \xhh instead, which lets you write a hex byte. For character #225 you would write "\xe1"