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Adam Roderick J4-Apr-10 20:15
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CString is MFC class.
And the buffer it uses inside this class is handled by CString, it has nothing to do with user unless you are creating a pointer of the CString( Which is not at a good practice.)
Inside this CString class, destructor is having the code to delete the memory allocated for its internal buffer. So dont worrry, CString will delete that memory for you when it goes out of scope Smile | :)
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modified on Monday, April 5, 2010 3:06 AM

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