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convert ascii to decimal

convert ascii to decimal

convert ascii to decimal

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hey there.. i am having trouble converting a decimal double digit number that is in a variable out of ascii.. when ever i try to print to the screen it gives me the ascii value for the number e.g 40 = (
when i just want to print 40

RE: convert ascii to decimal



char a=40;

printf("%d",a); // will print 40
printf("%c",a); // will print '/'

or

printf("%d",'/'); // will print 40
printf("%c",'/'); // will print '/'

RE: convert ascii to decimal

Look at my post in your other thread.  The answer for assembly is there.

GuyZana, this is an assembler forum.

"Information has a tendency to be free.  Which means someone will always tell you something you don't want to know."

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