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_mbscat, mbscpy error

Posted on 2002-05-07
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Hello all,
I have written a function that used _mbscat and _mbscpy to change string to hexa string but it gets error. Please help me to solve this problem. Here is my function:

int StringToHexString(unsigned char * Source)
{
     char buffer[MAX_LEN_PASSWORD];
     unsigned char password[MAX_LEN_PASSWORD];
     int i;    
     password[0] = '\0';
     int len = strlen((char *)Source);
     for (i = 0; i < len; i++)
     {
          _ultoa(Source[i], buffer, 16);
          if (strlen((char *)buffer) < 2)
               _mbscat(password, (const unsigned char *)"0");

          _mbscat(password, (const unsigned char *)buffer);
     }
     _mbscpy(Source, password);
     return 1;
}

Do not try to help me to write another function. Just help me to make it better. Error just appears on Win2k.
Thanks.
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Question by:GloriousRain
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by:jhance
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Error?? What error?
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by:jhance
ID: 6994129
What about this question:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qShow.jsp?ta=mfc&qid=20177990

Are you ever going to resolve it?

Why should an expert waste time on this question if you're likely to just leave it hanging as well?
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jkr earned 300 total points
ID: 6994177
Use '_mbslen()' instead of 'strlen()' - don't mix up the ANSI, UNICODE and MBCS functions.
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by:GloriousRain
ID: 6994341
Thank you so much, jkr. That works fine now.
jhance, thanks for your comments. Please forgive me, i have not much time.
Thank you all.
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