String conversion

Posted on 2006-07-09
Last Modified: 2012-06-22
How can I convert CString to COleVariant?

Problem statement:
Currently, i'm developing an MFC program that reads file status from files and wishes to display them in Excel format. However, the function I got needs and input of COleVariant.
In Summary, filestatus returns CString while the function for displaying excel requires COleVariant.
Is there a way to convert CString to COleVariant and vise versa?

Request.... for future reference, is there a site / link which holds codes in data format conversion? such as CString WCHAR WSTRING?

Thank you for reading.

Dozo yoroshiku Onegaishimasu.
Question by:Mauaka
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      CString strData = "hi";
      COleVariant Variant;
      Variant = strData;

its working.


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