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Passing a const character * as a template argument

, 29 Jun 2011 CPOL
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This tip shows you how to pass a const char* or const wchar_t* as a template argument
Many many thanks to DeadMG stack overflow[^]
template<class _Ty, const wchar_t* ptr> 
struct CVHDialogTmpl
	INT_PTR DoModal()
		return t.DoModal(ptr);
	_Ty t;
class VHRes
    static const wchar_t name[];
const wchar_t VHRes::name[] = L"XMLDlgPrj.xml";
CVHDialogTmpl<CXMLDlgPrjDlg, VHRes::name> dlg;


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GeneralBy the way symbol that starts with an underscore are usually... PinmemberPhilippe Mori30-Jun-11 15:11 
GeneralTrying to do that might also result in code bloat... It also... PinmemberPhilippe Mori30-Jun-11 14:52 
GeneralHi Ataul, could you elaborate a bit on where you would use s... PinmemberDoc Lobster29-Jun-11 22:15 
GeneralRe: Thanx for pointing out the mistake, I removed the str which ... PinmemberMukit, Ataul29-Jun-11 23:26 

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