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QuestionNewbie question, problem compiling Pin
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Randor 14-Jul-09 11:59
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Same problem, same solution.

Your project is configured for Unicode strings and your string literals are ANSI. To avoid asking the same question again you should make an attempt to learn the difference between Unicode strings and ANSI strings. I recommend the following:

1.) Right click on your project in the solution explorer.
2.) Choose the properties from the popup menu.
3.) Choose 'General' from the left treeview.
4.) In the 'Project Defaults' section view that the 'Character set' is set to Unicode.

This means your project is using Unicode strings. More information below:

About ANSI & Unicode[^]

C++ String Literals[^]

Unicode Programming Summary [^]

Some solutions:
1.) You could change your Character set to 'Not Set' or 'MultiByte character set' and the code above will compile.
2.) You could add an L prefix to the string literals to denote they are wide strings.
3.) You could encapsulate the string using the _T macro so the project will compile in both ANSI and Unicode settings.

Best Wishes,
-David Delaune
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Adassus14-Jul-09 15:44
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QuestionUSB interaction from user space. I need some light please! Pin
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