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Since "world" is the same length as "hello", no reallocation will be done; "world" will just overwrite "hello".

If you set a string "hello world", the internal buffer would be reallocated in a safe manner, resulting in no leak. (For optimization reasons, CString sometimes allocates a larger buffer than requested, so even setting a larger string won't result in a reallocation.)
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