Are there any C++ techniques to convert a 'float' into a 'string' on an Arduino?

Hello.

I really don’t like the C style of converting floating-point values into strings which is simple yet it complicates my code when trying to write and learn C++, the following is a cut&paste from a answer on stackoverflow.com:

// The C way:
char buffer[32];
snprintf(buffer, sizeof(buffer), "%g", myDoubleVar);

// The C++03 way:
std::ostringstream sstream;
sstream << myDoubleVar;
std::string varAsString = sstream.str();

// The C++11 way:
std::string varAsString = std::to_string(myDoubleVar);

// The boost way:
std::string varAsString = boost::lexical_cast<std::string>(myDoubleVar);

I’m afraid that I know too little about those C++ libraries to even find out my self online, those are quite confusing for me to get a grasp of.

Are there any such C++ ways of converting a ‘float’ or ‘double’ intro a ‘string’ for use in software written for and run on an Arduino?

Get over you dislike for c-strings and embrace them. Use dtostrf().

Don't bother to use Strings with Arduino, as they cause memory problems.

The following works quite well to print floats, but if you want a C-string, use dtostrf().

float x=1.23;
Serial.print(x);