Read CFile into CString

I need a file in CString format. I am using CFile. Could someone please tell me how to get the information stored in the CFile into a CString.
Sincerely Robert
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only read the file into a CString:
use CFile::Read(), CFile::Seek()
for example:

char      szBuffer[256];
UINT      nActual = 0;
CFile myFile;
CString myString;

myFile.Seek( 0, CFile::begin );
nActual = myFile.Read( szBuffer, sizeof( szBuffer ) );

hope it will help u!

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rkcthAuthor Commented:
Well actually I can do it with a buffer, I want to do it without having to repeat the read process several times with my buffer. I guess it is not possible?
then you may set the buffer large enough, such as:

char szBuffer[myFile.Length]

thank u for ur points, that is what i like

char szBuffer[myFile.Length]

Have you actually tried this code?  I do not believe this code will work.  You cannot create an array dynamically like you're trying to.  How else would you do this?

I actually have the same problem, but also do not wish to repeated read the file and add it to the string.

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