Persistence of Collection Object

I want to persisit a collection object into a stream of a storage.The collection object can be a collection of strings of some other object
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If your collection is derived from CObject, then it is easy to persist. Just implement the Serialize member function.
To save/load the collection, you must create a CArchive class, and then serialize to this storage.
Or are you saying that you have a COM object that implements IEnumXXX?

..B ekiM

// Create your archive
CFile collection("FILENAME.EXT", CFile::modeWrite);

CArchive arch(&collection, CArchive::store);

// When you save - call this function
void CMyCollectionExe::Serialize(CArchive &arch)
ar << m_myCollection;
ar >> m_myCollection;

Something like that.


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vipin072998Author Commented:
Dear Mikeblas ,
I want the one which you have understood that is COM object that implements IEnumXXX?

Please elaborate this and if possible give me the initial code lines .
I will be very thankful to you.
vipin072998Author Commented:
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