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Hi!

please suggest below problem.

CString str1 = "/\?<>|:*"; //contains only these letters
CString str2 = "CodeProject@25_Feb#2013!"; // contains no's special chars, letters

need to compare both str1 and str2. str2 should not match with any character in str1.

Thanks and Regards
Sam.
Posted 25-Feb-13 6:22am
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Solution 1

strspn[^] is your friend.
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SoMad at 25-Feb-13 11:59am
   
Or CString::FindOneOf()[^]. The name is just a little more intuitive :).

Soren Madsen
Mr Sam at 25-Feb-13 12:32pm
   
I did not get success by using above functions. Any other solutions please. And how to resolved this : cannot convert parameter 1 from 'CString' to 'const char *'?
PJ Arends at 26-Feb-13 11:12am
   

unicode / non-unicode conflict. use the the neutral _tcsspn version or the unicode wcsspn version. Or better yet, use the function suggested by SoMad.
Maximilien at 25-Feb-13 13:23pm
   
can you show the code you are using ?

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