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How can I do the above conversion? Thank you
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You can just use teh built-in conversion operator ("CString::operator LPCTSTR"), e.g.

CString strTest ("Some text here");
const char* psz = (LPCTSTR) strTest;

or

CString strTest ("Some text here");
char* psz = strTest.GetBuffer(0);
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