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Old March 9th, 2004, 05:23 AM
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Default is there any get_int() func???

Hello to everyone,
i just want to ask you something.
Is there any function called get_int() in C lang?
That func i suppose, reads and returns an integer value.

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Do you mean like parseInt? Take a string value and parse to an integer?

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yes, something like that. Thanx any way!

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atoi(). It means "ascii to integer".

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That's it Nikolai!
I used it, and i managed the source code to work. Thanx!

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