Concatenate Char* and uint64_t

Hello all,

I have been reading all night about this, and it seems that i can't reach to any conclusion, maybe i am misunderstanding the explanations that i found or maybe this is actually pretty much complicated than what it looks, so, here it goes:

I am doing this simple piece of code to debug:

char* a = "ABC";
uint8_t x = 123;
uint64_t y = 123;

void setup() {

char b[10] = "ABC";

Is there any way i can have the array of characters b or a with the value ABC123 (So results of concatenation of the array and one of the integers declared above)?

Thank you vbery much in advance.

  char b = "ABC";

A char variable can only hold a single character


Sorry, b is an array, formating of the message got it switched up, declaration is char b [ 10 ].

That is because you did not use code tags, which also messed up your quotation marks

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char(y) looks wrong too

Your best option is to use sprintf() to concatenate the variables and strings and make them a single string

Not easy on most arduinos, the 64-bit integer type is generally not supported by most functions.

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