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itoa ANSI/ISO or not?

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Hello. I was playing around with my new topcoder.com account, on some of the practice problems. I was trying to convert an integer to a char*/string. So, I tried to use #include <cstdlib> and itoa(...); this didn''t work so I tried and _itoa(...); and all 4 combinations. I was wondering why it kept telling me that it was undeclared. I always thought that and itoa(...); was perfectly valid. Is their something I''m missing here? Thanks in advance.

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use stringstreams:

string inttostring(int i)
{
ostringstream out;
out < < i;
return out.str();
}
int stringtoint(string s)
{
istringstream in(s);
int i;
in > > i;
return i;
}


[edited by - sjelkjd on September 21, 2003 9:28:55 PM]

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