Re: TYPE Problem
That's wchar_t*. Never attempt to cast a wide string to narrow
or vice versa! You need:
This invokes the wide-character version of SetDlgItemText.
If for some reason you must use the narrow version (targeting
Win9x and don't want to use unicows.dll), you need to convert
it to narrow first, for example using WideCharToMultiByte().
Note your code was wrong in more regards than one - you
were calling the TCHAR-mapped macro with a narrow string.
This fails to compile with UNICODE project settings.
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"Olaf870" <Olaf870@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
I am new to C++ and ? don?t know, if I am right here with my problem.
I have following question
put in my dlg->EditField IDC_STATUS2, only the fisrt Char of the string.
How can I typecast pszMessage to get the whole string.
Where can I find in the docs, what is the type LPWSTR?
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