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How do I compare 2 LPOLESTR strings?

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I'm using only Win32 lib in VS 2005.  Thanks.
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Since these are plain UNICODE strings, just use 'wcscmp()', e.g.

LPOLESTR test1 = L"test";
LPOLESTR test2 = L"test";

if (0 == wcscmp(test1,test2)) { // works like 'strcmp()'

  // identical
}
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thank you.
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