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Andre xxxxxxx22-Jan-06 11:26
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Stephen Hewitt22-Jan-06 11:41
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Andre xxxxxxx22-Jan-06 11:57
Andre xxxxxxx22-Jan-06 11:57 
I don't think a user would notice if the creation of a window or dialog takes a tenth of a second longer.

My problem is that i need the strings in a MFC project as well as in an embedded system (handheld controller) with very limited memory resources. With string tables in the resources i am bound to MFC. Also in most cases i have seen yet the string tables are missing more or less strings over the time because it is a hard task to keep them all up to date.

So the options i see for me is either a sql database, XML file or some other kind of text file.

In my eyes a table is less error prone because i have the columns for each language side by side and can easily find empty cells. I could even query for empty cells to find out if i have missed some.

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