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say i have a string "0xFF00FFFF" and I want to convert it into a dword or something with equivalent value; how would i do it?

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char *end;
int i = strtol( "ff00ffff", &end, 16 );


You will need the header <stdlib.h>. Oh, and it doesn't matter if you have a leading "0x" in the string or not.

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Edited by - SabreMan on February 22, 2002 7:04:11 PM

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