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Is there anyway of converting a float to an string? Or is there a way of making the edit boxes in the Win32 SDK displaying floating point numbers? I''m currently using SetDlgItemInt() but this of course converts the number to an integer. I was thinking of converting the float to the string because then I would be able to use SetDlgItemText() to make the number appear in the edit box. aajd

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evct(), fvct(), gvct(), sprintf()

basically, you need to print the number to a buffer (e.g. sprintf(buf,"%f",number); ) and then SetDlgItemText();

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