[aclug-L] Re: C question or Sometimes it's the simplest things...
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That is correct. (s)printf will convert a number to octal or
hexadecimal, but it doesn't look like it converts to binary. One thing
to consider is using sprintf to convert to a hexadecimal string and
then convert that to binary since each hex digit converts cleanly to 4
On Fri, May 05, 2000 at 09:42:05AM -0500, Jeff wrote:
> On Fri, 5 May 2000, Larry Bottorff wrote:
> > I need to take an int and convert it to store/display as a binary
> > string. That is, if I have 35 in need to store it as the char array
> > 100011. Is there some simple function I'm not aware of?
> Don't think (s)printf does it ... I'd just write a loop.
> "Consistently separating words by spaces became a general custom about
> the tenth century A.D., and lasted until about 1957, when FORTRAN
> abandoned the practice." - Sun FORTRAN Reference Manual
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