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CString to const unsigned short

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i want to converet from CString to const unsigned short in this :

lpPersistFile->Save(L"C://"+(m_web.GetLocationURL()),0);


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by:SteH
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ID: 11995704
Should the constant part read
L"C:/"
or
L"C:\\"
? A slash is not an escape character and doesn't need to be doubled. C://xx is no valid file path under windows.
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by:Jaime Olivares
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ID: 11995722
I think you need something like this:
lpPersistFile->Save(CString(L"C:\\")+m_web.GetLocationURL(),0);
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AlexFM earned 40 total points
ID: 11995731
#include <atlbase.h>


USES_CONVERSION;
CString s = _T("C:\\file1.txt"));

lpPersistFile->Save( T2CW((LPCTSTR)s) );
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by:amjedmsa
ID: 11995818
CString path;
path = _T("C:\\")+m_web.GetLocationURL;

lpDispatch = m_web.GetDocument();
lpDispatch->QueryInterface(IID_IPersistFile, (void**)&lpPersistFile);
*lpPersistFile->Save(path,0);
lpPersistFile->Release();
lpDispatch->Release();      

i get two errors still :
C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio\MyProjects\web\webDlg.cpp(193) : error C2664: 'Save' : cannot convert parameter 1 from 'class CString' to 'const unsigned short *'


C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio\MyProjects\web\webDlg.cpp(189) : error C2297: '+' : illegal, right operand has type 'class CString (__thiscall CWebBrowser2::*)(void)'

the second one i think i can do with strcat



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by:AlexFM
ID: 11995850
#include <atlbase.h>


USES_CONVERSION;
CString path;
path = _T("C:\\")+m_web.GetLocationURL;

*lpPersistFile->Save( T2CW((LPCTSTR)path) ,0);

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by:AlexFM
ID: 11995865
Didn't read second error message.

#include <atlbase.h>


USES_CONVERSION;
CString path = _T("C:\\");
path += m_web.GetLocationURL;

*lpPersistFile->Save( T2CW((LPCTSTR)path) ,0);
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by:amjedmsa
ID: 11995880
ok ok i got it. forget about the conversion part i did with (T2OLE)

now i need to do this
path = _T("C:\\s.htm"+m_web.GetLocationURL);
with the strcat i will get cannot do CString to Char* i will increase this to 80 if u can manage to make it work in less than 1/2 houre
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by:amjedmsa
ID: 11995940
this how far i got with it

CString path;
USES_CONVERSION;
path = _T("C:\\");
path += m_web.GetLocationURL();
lpDispatch = m_web.GetDocument();
lpDispatch->QueryInterface(IID_IPersistFile, (void**)&lpPersistFile);
lpPersistFile->Save(T2OLE(path),0);
lpPersistFile->Release();
lpDispatch->Release();      

but it does not save the file to the c drive + the web site url
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by:amjedmsa
ID: 11995975
i gtg now need some sleep(99999999999999999999999999999^32)
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by:amjedmsa
ID: 12007231
ok ok forgot about all the stuff can someone help get this work:
iwantto replace all the illegal characters in file name {/ \ : " * ? < > | }
that may exist in a URL like
http://www.google.com/
i basicly want to replace all the illegal characters with ' _ '
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by:SteH
ID: 12007254
If using STL string s is an option:

int ind = 0;

while (ind != std::string::npos) {
   ind = str.find_first_of ("{/\:"*?<>|}");
   if (ind != std::string::npos) {
       str[ind] = '_';
   }
}
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