It depends what you are trying to do with the content of the string. The CString is using Unicode, so presumably, the entire application is also. And you cannot (easily) change one part of the application without affecting other elements.
I have a lot of my pieces in place from my windows client debugger setting breakpoints stepping thru code I just created this project to finish off the last piece displaying modifying storage
As whenever I have to re-test in my development project I have to reinit my machine ( long story) don’t know how I unicode got set
It sounds like something is messed up in your project. Your source files should be dependent on all the associated headers, and if a header changes then the sources should be rebuilt. You need to look at the project settings for all the source files.
Richard you are right I copied a .cpp and .h from another project instead of instead of going to Add --> exiting item I guess I should delete and recopy ? I mean copy a copy to another directory and then delete and then do add -> resource item
It's a waste of time. If it does not correctly add the files that are already present, then removing and restoring them will make no difference. Unfortunately we cannot see your system so cannot be certain if there is something else missing from your project settings. If you could post your .vxproj and .vxproj,filters files from the project folder, we may be able to spot something.
It looks OK, assuming the list contains all of the files you expect to be included. However, I notice you have two versions of two source and header files: CModalStorage and CStorge, and wonder if that is a cause of confusion.
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