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Problems serializing a CString

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I am trying to serialize a CArray of a class I made that has a member variable that is a CString.  None of the other member variables are a problem, just CString variables.  When I save a file, and then reload it, the CString variable is garbage.

Can I do this? / What is the trick?  Thanks in advance.
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The general answer is to use CArchive::ReadString() and CArchive::WriteString() to serialize CStrings.
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