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Hello,

Could anyone give me an example of how to convert from a System::String to LPTSTR?

Thank you very much
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#include <atlstr.h>
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    String^ s = L"test";
    CString s1(s);

    LPTSTR s2 = (LPTSTR)(LPCTSTR)s1;

CStringT class has constructor which accepts String^. Then CStringT is casted to LPTSTR. This code doesn't require MFC dependency.
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Thank you very much! It really helped me.
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