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Compare LPCWSTR's and store the most recent

Posted on 2008-10-03
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Here is pseudocode:

static LPCWSTR previous;

VOID myfunc(LPCWSTR input){

  if( (wcslen(previous) != wcslen(input)) || (wcscmp(previous, input) != 0)){
    //they are different - do something
  }

  previous = input;
}

This is not working... What can I do to get this to work? Thanks!
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Question by:Koderz
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Jaime Olivares earned 250 total points
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previous will always be equal to input, since both points to the same memory portion, better you do:

static WCHAR previous[100];  // some proper size here

VOID myfunc(LPCWSTR input){

  if( (wcslen(previous) != wcslen(input)) || (wcscmp(previous, input) != 0)){
    //they are different - do something
  }

  wcscpy(previous, input);
}

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by:Koderz
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Awesome! Thanks!
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