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hello guys,

actually i want to assign char array value to int variable ,,,

just like  i want ..

char myarray[4] = {'0','x','2','3'};

int i = atoi(myarray);

printf("%d\n", i);

 it is printing 0,,,

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but if i use value

char myarray[4] = {'0','2','2','3'};

int i = atoi(myarray);

printf("%d\n", i);

 then it is working ....

can you guys please help me out from this problem .....

Thank-you

Regards

Arjun

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Hi,

I think you'll need to add a terminating zero to the string (C string convention), otherwise junk may appear directly afterwards.

 

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