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How to compare CString with text ?

Posted on 2000-04-16
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hi,
 HOW do I compare a CString variable with a constant text say "HELLO".
The code is

CString& string =(CString) "text";
      if (ar.IsStoring())
      {
            // TODO: add storing code here
      }
      else
      {

            const CFile* fp = ar.GetFile();

            
        int      boolean = 1;

            while(boolean != NULL)
            
            {  
                 boolean = ar.ReadString(string);
                   if string == "HLAI"
                         a =1;
             else if string == "STIM"
                         b = 1;
                    
            else if string == "SI"
                        c = 1 ;
                        
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Question by:mkjoshi
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inpras earned 30 total points
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CString str;
str = "Some Text";

if (str.Find("HALLO") != -1)
{
//Hallo is present
}
else
{
//Hallo is not present
}

Use to upper or to lower for case insensitive
Hope this helps
inpras
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