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Char* to DWORD

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const char * const foo = "123";
DWORD bar = atoi(foo);

char buf[1024];
itoa(bar,buf,10);

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You could just cast the char pointer to a DWORD - the new data-type will of course not actually contain any of the data, but will just be a copy of the pointer:


char *myChars = new char[128];
DWORD nDword = (DWORD) myChars;



I've done this with texture pointers and suchlike in my renderState system (D3D uses mostly DWORDs).

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Assuming C++, you can either use boost::lexical_cast or a std::stringstream.

std::stringstream sstr;
sstr << my_dword;

char * ptr1 = sstr.str().c_str();

std::string str = boost::lexical_cast<std::string>(my_int);
char * ptr2 = str.c_str();

std::stringstream sstr;
sstr.str(char_ptr);
DWORD dword1;
sstr >> dword1;

DWORD dword2 = boost::lexical_cast<DWORD>(char_ptr);

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