appending LOWORD(lParam) to string

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    appending LOWORD(lParam) to string

    How can I append a LOWORD(lParam) to a string ( it's of type string not char *)
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    I'd convert the LPARAM to a 'char *' using itoa() and then work from there. I'm not familiar with 'string' types so I can't help you there.
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    sprintf or ostringstream

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    Thanks alot for reply, I think I'll stick with sprintf().
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