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Numerical value to character

Numerical value to character

Numerical value to character

I am trying to convert a numerical variable(long,double) into a char data type. Is there a way to do this?

RE: Numerical value to character

Yes.... As long as the long value is between 0-255 for
unsigned chars:

unsigned char data;
unsigned long daataa;

data = 0;
daataa = 257;
data = daataa;
printf ( "data = %d daataa = %d", data, daataa );

The result of the above will be:

data = 1 daataa = 257

If you want to convert long data into MORE than 1 char (ie
an array of char) then a plain old C union is the way to

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