Function valstr convert an integer into a string.
This function name starts with a lowercase letter.
Passing a high value to this function can cause the server to freeze/crash. Fixes are available. Below is a fix that can be put straight in to your script (before valstr is used anywhere). includes this fix.

(dest[], value, bool:pack = false)
string dest The destination of the string.
int value The value to convert to a string.
bool pack Whether to pack the destination (off by default).

Return Values:
This function does not return any specific values.

new string[4];
new iValue = 250;
valstr(string,iValue); // string is now "250"
// valstr fix by Slice
stock FIX_valstr(dest[], value, bool:pack = false)
    // format can't handle cellmin properly
    static const cellmin_value[] = !"-2147483648";
    if (value == cellmin)
        pack && strpack(dest, cellmin_value, 12) || strunpack(dest, cellmin_value, 12);
        format(dest, 12, "%d", value), pack && strpack(dest, dest, 12);
#define valstr FIX_valstr

Related Functions
The following functions may be useful, as they are related to this function in one way or another.
  • strlen: Get the length of a string.
  • strpack: Pack a string. Packed strings use 75% less memory.
  • strunpack: Unpack a string.
  • strcat: Concatenates (joins together) two strings into the destination string.
  • strmid: Extract a range of characters from a string.
  • strins: Insert a string into another string.
  • strdel: Delete part of a string.
  • strcmp: Compares two strings to see if they are the same.
  • strfind: Search for a sub string in a string.
  • strval: Convert a string to an integer.
  • ispacked: Checks if the given string is packed.
  • uudecode: Decode an UU-encoded string.
  • uuencode: Encode a string to an UU-decoded string.
  • memcpy: Copy bytes from one location to another.