function::user_uint8 - Linux


user_uint8 is a C++ function that converts an arbitrary precision uint8 type to a positionally formatted decimal string with thousands grouping.


namespace function {
inline std::string user_uint8(const uint8_t& value);

The syntax for user_uint8 function in function for C++ is:

std::string user_uint8(const uint8_t& value);

The following code sample shows you how to use the user_uint8 function:

#include <iostream>
#include <functional>

int main() {
  std::string result = function::user_uint8(0xFE);
  std::cout << result << "\n";  // Output: 254




Converts the uint8 to string with thousands grouping. For example:

#include <iostream>
#include <functional>

int main() {
  std::string result = function::user_uint8(523456);
  std::cout << result << "\n";  // Output: 523,456

Common Issues

  • Ensure that the input uint8 value is a valid number.
  • Check if the user_uint8 call returns a string or throws an exception.


The user_uint8 function can be integrated with other C++ functions or libraries to manipulate and format numeric data.

Related Commands

  • format_int32: Converts a 32-bit integer to a string with optional thousands grouping.
  • format_float: Converts a floating-point number to a string.
  • format_percent: Converts a float or double to a percentage string.