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How to convert LPTSTR to char*


How to convert LPTSTR to char*.?

Thanks in advance.

Nov 23 '07 #1
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may be this forum will help you!, if not please explain more what you wanna to do.Thanx


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Nov 23 '07 #2
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Why do you need to convert an LPTSTR to a char* ???

If you are using the TCHAR macros, this is done for you at preprocessor time based on the character set you are using in your Visual Sutsio project.

That is, for ASCII, a LPTSTR is a char*.

For Unicode it becomes a wchar_t*.
Nov 24 '07 #3

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