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    CString

    Hi,
    I have following CString and ....

    Code:
    CString myString(_T("c:\Documents and Settings\joker\Desktop\Myfile.txt"));
    It compiles fine but I received following warnings.....
    warning C4129: 'D' : unrecognized character escape sequence
    warning C4129: 'j' : unrecognized character escape sequence
    warning C4129: 'D' : unrecognized character escape sequence
    warning C4129: 'M' : unrecognized character escape sequence

    Thanks

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    Re: CString

    Wouldn't MSDN or your documentation be a better place to look first?

    C4129

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    Re: CString

    You were right. I should have looked little more there (:
    It was \\ instead of \

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    Re: CString

    A suggestion... for paths (in API params) / instead of \\ is ok these days.
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    Re: CString

    I wished C++ had "verbose" strings like C#. Why don't they think at simple, but helpful things like that?
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