Is there in Windows API or in MFC any analog to
atoh() converts a string containing a hexadecimal number into an unsigned number like
unsigned x = atoh("A");
and x = 10 after the operation.
In Windows I have a CString, containing "A". How can I convert it to int?
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long x = strtoul("A", (char **) NULL, 16); // x will be 10 decimal
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unsigned long ten = strtoul("a", NULL, 16);should handle it, if you can get a plain old
char *-representation out of the CString.
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The accepted solution using
strtoul()does a signed conversion..
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