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Do you receive single bytes/ascii or really ansi on the serial port? Many people confuse ansi with ascii or latin1. Similarly, many windows coders confuse utf16 with unicode (they are two different things) and wchar_t with a unicode character. Can you clearly separate these concepts because if not I can write you a very little mini tutorial about these here. I want to convince you that compiling your program only for unicode is probably enough. Btw, what is on the other end of the serial port and what kind of codepage do you use in the "ansi" text for communication, is the text bare ascii (characters below chr(128))?

Containers: No matter what containers you use, its easy to debug either implementation. One of the project I'm currently working on contains own container implementations (array, hashmap, ...) and even these containers are debuggable if you can adjust the autoexp.dat file of your visual studio accordingly to teach the debugger how to get out items from the container. When I choose containers I consider 2 aspects: portability to different platforms and whether I need hardcore performance optimization later in the project or not. If we consider portability then stl is a much better choice than mfc containers, thats why I never really used mfc containers. Writing your own containers isn't practical in 99% of the projects.
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