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How to convert a char array to string using c++.net 2008?

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How to convert a char array to string using c++.net 2008?

char str[256];
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char buffer[100];
String^ str;

str = Marshal::PtrToStringAnsi( (IntPtr)buffer );
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For greater details give a look at
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/7b620dhe.aspx
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