Converting from C++ to C 
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 Converting from C++ to C

> I'm going to convert a C++-code to C-code and have a
> question concerning data types. I have a variable declared
> as LCPTSTR. What is the opposite data type in C? The data
> in this variable is often put in an CString variable.

LPCTSTR is a valid C type, if you're using VC and Windows.

Otherwise, it's either char const* or wchar_t const *.


Sat, 16 Apr 2005 22:38:51 GMT  
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