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How to convert integer to string in C ?

Use sprintf():

int aInt = 368;
char str[15];
sprintf(str, "%d", aInt);
 
 
 
 

You can use itoa() function to convert your integer value to a string.

Here is an example:

int num = 321;  
char snum[5];   // convert 123 to string [buf] 
itoa(num, snum, 10); // print our string 
printf("%s\n", snum);
 

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