[opensource] Re: uint64_t Question

Karen Manukyan manukyan at cse.ohio-state.edu
Mon May 21 01:06:30 EDT 2007

Hi Alex,

I would suggest that you don't use atoi, strtol, etc at all. There is 
better way to do conversions:


They give an example for double, but you can use any other type instead 
(see next example on the same page).


C++ Rocks! :)

Alexander Moore wrote:
> Does anybody know if there is an 'atoi' for uint64_t ?  I know there is 
> a strtol which will convert a string to a long int (32 bits), but is 
> there a function that will convert a string to a long long int 
> (uint64_t, 64 bits) ?
> --Alex

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