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I want to create an Array of CStringArrays.
How to declare and initialize this Array.

Thanks for your help
Posted 15-Nov-12 1:02am
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Solution 2

Try this :) :
typedef std::auto_ptr<CStringArray> CSafeChapters;
typedef CArray<CSafeChapters, CSafeChapters> CCategories;
 
class CTest
{
  CCategories m_arCategories;
  
public:
  CTest()
  {
    m_arCategories.Add(CSafeCapters(new CStringArray));
    m_arCategories.Add(CSafeCapters(new CStringArray));
    m_arCategories.Add(CSafeCapters(new CStringArray));
    m_arCategories.Add(CSafeCapters(new CStringArray));
 
    m_arCategories[0]->Add(_T("Chapter I"));
    m_arCategories[0]->Add(_T("Chapter II"));
    m_arCategories[0]->Add(_T("Chapter III"));
  }
 
  ~CTest()
  { // set a breakpoint here to discover all destructors' calls by F11 key :)
  }
} cTest;
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Solution 1

You should not be using CStringArrays, you should use the standard library, std:list, std:vector, etc. But if you must, then

CStringArray[] strings = new CStringArray[] ();

From memory, I'm a long way from c++ and I NEVER used these MFC classes that were only ever meant as a stop gap until the STL arrived ( over a decade ago ).
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Solution 3

I think so Christian. Because i never used array of CStringArray. There are many other classes better than CStringArray. Other wise use
std:list
. I think
CStringList
is good one.
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