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How can I convert a number to a string?

 The standard C library provides several functions for converting numbers of all formats (integers, longs, floats, and so on) to strings and vice versa

The following functions can be used to convert integers to strings:
Function Name Purpose

itoa() Converts an integer value to a string.
ltoa() Converts a long integer value to a string.
ultoa() Converts an unsigned long integer value to a string.
The following functions can be used to convert floating-point values to strings:

Function Name Purpose
ecvt() Converts a double-precision floating-point value to a string without an embedded decimal point.
fcvt() Same as ecvt(), but forces the precision to a specified number of digits.
gcvt() Converts a double-precision floating-point value to a string with an embedded decimal point.
 

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