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  1. #1 help!!! 
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    I need some help to convert an integer(64-bit) wich is in 2 of 32-bit register into a string...Thanks...


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    Are you doing this in the registry?
    You can usually change your registry values from Hexidecimal to Decimal, and binary.


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    Umm.. I'm not sure if I exactly understand the question. I suggest you to explain it a bit..

    As a trivial problem, an integer is normally converted into a string by concatenating it with an empty string, as follows:
    int a = 2;
    String b = "" + a "";

    Now, b contains '2' as a String.

    If you're working in assembly where you're explicitly managing the registers..
    umm... you can retrieve the two registers one by one do the above-mentioned thing on them and store them.
    Does it make sense?
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    Abbie, the question was originally asked almost 12 months ago.....
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    ohhh... how foolish of me! :-)
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    We've all done it..
    "You are only intelligent IF you are surrounded by fools, so don't mock them..." [HOME200]
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