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printf("cscommand:[%ls]", LPTSTR cscommand); // VC++
You can access individual characters within a CString object with the GetAt and SetAt member functions. You can also use the array element, or subscript, operator ( [ ] ) instead of GetAt to get individual characters (this is similar to accessing array elements by index, as in standard C-style strings). Index values for CString characters are zero based.
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Try using the %ls format specifier, as in...
CString csprintout = _T("cscommand:[");
csprintout += cscommand + _T("]");
std::cout << (LPCTSTR)csprintout << std::endl;
But you can get the null terminated string associated with a CString with the GetBuffer()
Second, @mccarl: Close, but no hit
you could usually replace any "classic" C string with CString objects in standard lib functions - the compiler will handle that thru type conversions
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