There are various situations where we need to convert an int into a char, especially when you would like to declare a character variable type or simply want to store only a single character. In this article, we are going to learn how you can convert an int into a char in C++.
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While this seems like a difficult task, especially for C++ beginners, converting an int into a char in C++ is pretty simple. Just follow the simple steps of Typecasting method:
Step 1: Declaration and initialization of the variables. In this case, we will initialize our integer value. This is the integer we are going to convert into a character.
Step 2: Typecast- in this step, we are going to transform one data type into another. In this case, we are going to typecast integer a and save the value in the char data type.
Step 3: Print out the Char. Now output your character using the cout.
The following example shows an example of the conversion of an int into a char in C++
using namespace std;
int a = 97;
cout << char(a);
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