What is szbuffer (size of buffer?) in wm_itoa function and why is there no normal itoa function in wm_stdio.h file ?

ascii * wm_itoa ( s32 a, ascii *szBuffer );

Hi embeddedOne,

I would guess that this the reason for the second part of your question:

(see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Itoa)

In my opinion sz stands for string zero-terminated. But it may mean something else to the programmer who wrote this…

Best Regards,