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    Simple query about String comparison ..

    Hi ,

    I am using Unicode in my MFC SDI project.

    I need String Comparison.

    I have used functions : _tcsncmp and _tcslen.

    The program works fine.

    I want to ask is there any other method to compare strings ?

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    Re: Simple query about String comparison ..

    Have a look in the 'See Also' section at the end of
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/eywx8zcx.aspx
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    Re: Simple query about String comparison ..

    Thanks 2kaud sir .. Have read and studied it.

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    Re: Simple query about String comparison ..

    Quote Originally Posted by new_2012 View Post
    Hi ,
    I am using Unicode in my MFC SDI project.
    I need String Comparison.
    I have used functions : _tcsncmp and _tcslen.
    ...
    I want to ask is there any other method to compare strings ?
    If you are using MFC, why do you ignore CString class?
    Victor Nijegorodov

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    Lightbulb Re: Simple query about String comparison ..

    This code can be used to change the color of the date in Crystal Report 8.0
    if {RepTab.RTGSDate} = DateTime (1900, 01, 01,00, 00, 00) then color(255,255,255) else color(44,24,168)

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    Re: Simple query about String comparison ..

    Quote Originally Posted by zahidcoder View Post
    This code can be used to change the color of the date in Crystal Report 8.0
    if {RepTab.RTGSDate} = DateTime (1900, 01, 01,00, 00, 00) then color(255,255,255) else color(44,24,168)
    And this relates to c++ string comparision how?????
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