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[uint32] Unsigned Integers Taking Negative Values


The following code in C++ outputs negative integers to the outputlog. I have also tried using unsigned int to no avail. I am incredibly annoyed and frustrated by this problem.

 uint32 somePosNum = 0;
 somePosNum += 100;
 UE_LOG(LogTemp, Warning, TEXT("%d"), somePosNum);
 somePosNum -= 300;
 UE_LOG(LogTemp, Warning, TEXT("%d"), somePosNum);

Prints this screen:

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I don't know what I should be doing....

Product Version: UE 4.6
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asked May 26 '15 at 01:52 AM in Bug Reports

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avatar image Duncan Dam May 26 '15 at 03:24 AM

what you trying to do btw ?

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You log your unsigned int using "%d" template. d - Signed decimal integer So you convert your unsigned int to signed and then log it.

If you want to log unsigned int - you must use "%u"

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answered May 26 '15 at 03:51 AM

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