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Questionunicode and non-unicode Pinmemberbkelly1314-Jan-13 3:45 
AnswerRe: unicode and non-unicode PinmvpRichard MacCutchan14-Jan-13 6:24 
GeneralRe: unicode and non-unicode [modified] Pinmemberbkelly1314-Jan-13 8:43 
GeneralRe: unicode and non-unicode PinmvpRichard MacCutchan14-Jan-13 22:13 
x.Format( L"stuff" );
is wrong for ASCII based compiles, since the L prefix generates a Unicode string. Use the _T() macro around all your string and character constants and they will be correctly generated as ASCII or Unicode depending on the project settings. Note, do not forget to #include <tchar.h> for the foregoing macro.
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GeneralRe: unicode and non-unicode PinmvpRichard MacCutchan20-Jan-13 22:08 
AnswerRe: unicode and non-unicode Pinmemberpasztorpisti20-Jan-13 1:33 
GeneralRe: unicode and non-unicode Pinmemberbkelly1320-Jan-13 8:56 
GeneralRe: unicode and non-unicode Pinmemberpasztorpisti20-Jan-13 10:45 
AnswerRe: unicode and non-unicode PinmemberAlbert Holguin11-Feb-13 5:10 
Questionsqlconfigdatasource fails on 64 bit from 64 application Pinmemberkhaliloenit10-Jan-13 23:02 

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