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Monday, September 22, 2008 9:59 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote i have this function.....that wll be caled inrender.cpp as follow => LoadModel(&gridbox, TEXT("GridBox.x")); there is a error Why ?This macro bad enough piece, precisely I do not remember why it do not recommend to use, whether it at converting uses a stack, and at the big lines there TCHAR szName [512]; How can I convert char* to TCHAR []? It is valid for ATL 3.

Lpctstr Undeclared Identifier

Check if the address is correct. Sunday, January 15, 2006 3:07 PM Reply | Quote Moderator 1 Sign in to vote If you need conversion support from and to Unicode, do the following Place this at the if the preprocessor directive _UNICODE is defined, _T("...") expands to the string prefixed by the letter L (L"..."), otherwise it just expands to the original string ("..."). NULL : (_convert = (lstrlenA(_lpa)+1),ATLA2WHELPER((LPWSTR) alloca(_convert*2), _lpa, _convert, _acp)))

d:\New Folder\sample\sample\sample.cpp(17) : error C2065: '_lpa' : undeclared identifierd:\New Folder\sample\sample\sample.cpp(17) : error C2065: '_convert' : undeclared identifierd:\New Folder\sample\sample\sample.cpp(17) : error C2065: '_acp'

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If the symbol _UNICODE is defined for your build, _TCHAR is defined as wchar_t; otherwise, for single-byte and MBCS builds, it is defined as char. (wchar_t, the basic Unicode wide-character data Uses_conversion Exchange Advertise Here 685 members asked questions and received personalized solutions in the past 7 days. In this case, I didn't need to use the "L" prefix on string literals when casting to a LPCSTR type. How can I get bash/zsh to change some text from "" to "foo foo foo" with a script/alias?

How might a government pass a law without the population knowing? Lpcstr T Generic character string (equivalent to W when _UNICODE is defined, equivalent to A otherwise). Can somebody explain what this "L" represents and is there some project setting or #define, #pragma that I can use to avoid having to prefix my string literals with the "L"? and what ever the variable used there is not found.


NULL : (\ _convert = (lstrlenA(_lpa)+1),\ ATLA2WHELPER((LPWSTR) alloca(_convert*2), _lpa, _convert, _acp))) Переместить Удалить Выделить ветку Проголосовать Пока на собственное сообщение не было ответов, его можно удалить. Удалить Проголосовать Заголовок: 首页 Notice that _T() is defined as: #ifdef _UNICODE#define _T(x) L ## x#else /* _UNICODE */#define _T(x) x#endif /* _UNICODE */ ie. Lpctstr Undeclared Identifier To build a single-byte application, define neither (the default). A2t But I want a macro.

but I do know that prefixing a string with a captial letter "L" is not a C/C++ standard unless it defines a macro of some sorts...(When I tried to "go to Check This Out If those answers do not fully address your question, please ask a new question. 2 Is there a specific reason you're not just using _tmain(int argc, TCHAR *argv[]), i.e. Join our community for more solutions or to ask questions. I dont understand this soo much. Uses_conversion C++

Advanced Search Forum Visual C++ & C++ Programming Visual C++ Programming cannot convert parameter 1 from 'const char *' to 'LPCTSTR' If this is your first visit, be sure to check wcout << wcstring << _T(" (wchar_t *)") << endl; ... } The definition oft TCHAR is depending on whether you are using Unicode or ANSI. if ((*fixed_str = SysAllocStringLen(A2W(tempstr), *stlen)) == NULL) error C2065: '_acp' : undeclared identifier error C2065: '_convert' : undeclared identifier error C2065: '_lpa' : undeclared identifier error C3861: '_convert': identifier not found, c:\Test Dot Net 2003\EFPP\EFPP.cpp(1027): error C2664: 'SysAllocStringLen' : cannot convert parameter 1 from 'char *' to 'const OLECHAR *' The line its erroring out is as follows.......

So all I want them to use, but I can not... Wchar Reply With Quote May 1st, 2007,11:08 PM #9 Arjay View Profile View Forum Posts Moderator / MS MVP Power Poster Join Date Aug 2004 Posts 12,386 Re: cannot convert parameter 1 Why ? 7 Reply by SkyKnight 2005-06-02 07:12:00 SkyKnight Member Offline Registered: 2004-09-13 Posts: 5,697 Re: char *-> LPWSTR Hello, the Elk, you wrote:Hello, halka, you wrote:H>> Can to you it

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And is more correct in my opinion. 8 Reply by Elk 2005-06-02 22:58:00 Elk Member Offline Registered: 2004-11-30 Posts: 212 Re: char *-> LPWSTR Hello, SkyKnight, you wrote:SK> This macro bad Is your assembly Managed, or Un-Managed???? Any help on what we are doing wrong???? Lptstr We tried that and now its giving us the following errors on either way you suggested.

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