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Posted on 2000-05-14
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CString queryTime;
      queryTime.Format("%s",dataTime);
app->WriteProfileString("profile", "lastquery",queryTime);

i have added a time (dataTime) in hour minute format to the registry.
My proble is now how to convert a String back to a valid usable Hour minute Time ??

Thanks in advance. HAvent got much points left so hope you will still reply for this minor amount of point ?
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nietod earned 20 total points
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You haven't given us much in the way of details, like the format of the time string or the data types you want to convert it to.  But one approach woudl be to use sscanf() to extract the values from the string.

Let me know if you have any questions, or more details.
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