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y0 I'm using C++ and am wanting to output the score of player one and player two. The players each have their own class and in the class is the declaration "int score;" and in the constructor it's set to 0. I want to know how i could display their score with the TextOut() function? I know how to output strings and the like but outputting integers? and what about a string and an integer?...

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You can only output a string. If you want an integer or anything else, you need to make it into a string first. For example:

char szBuffer[256];
int nScore = 42;
sprintf(szBuffer,"Player One: %d points",nScore);
TextOut(hDC,0,0,szBuffer,strlen(szBuffer));


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Use a function called:
itoa

Do something like,

char buffer[80];
int score = 24;
itoa(score, buffer, 10);

Look up the function in MSDN for reference

-prowst

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Thats the radix (base). 10 = base 10 (decimal). You can use it to output in binary if you set the radix to 2, or hex if you set it to 16, and so on.

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