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string type to char type in Windows Form application

I am writing sth about data in string type in console mode.

now, I transform it to Windows Form Application, i know managed type should be used here instead of the unmanaged type. should I change the unmanaged type of string to char* for better data manipulation??
Apr 7 '08 #1
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If you have a managed applicatrion, then I would stick with managed code and not use pointers like char*.

That is, unless there is some hard-code reason you can't use managed code.
Apr 8 '08 #2

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