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Posted on 1998-08-06
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i save a 4 bytes unsigned char in a LPSTR variable like this  LPSTR lp="09080706" and i try to cut the first byte
and second byte of this variable but my program crasched when try to access this variable whats wrong.
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Question by:saidi
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by:nietod
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Post your code.  You are not trying to dereference the pointer are you.  That would definitly cause a crash.
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You could do
LPSTR StrPtr;

  ((char *) &StrPtr)[0] = "A";
  ((char *) &StrPtr)[1] = "B";
  ((char *) &StrPtr)[3] = "C";
  ((char *) &StrPtr)[4] = "D";

char Chr =   ((char *) &StrPtr)[1];  // get B.




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