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Thanks for that link... actually it doesn't tell me why I should use one or the other. There table in that page lists two differences between CArray and CStringArray: 1. The former uses templates while the latter doesn't - well, that is obvious. 2. CArray isn't type safe while CStringArray is - but I fail to see why. A CArray<CString, LPCTSTR> can only contain CString objects, so what should be type unsafe? So actually, my question remains open Frown | :-(

Regarding your advice, I have to deal with tons of old code. Many parts of that code work well with Unicode, but I know some places that confuse bytes with characters, and I sure don't know all of them, and I just don't have the time to clean everything up. I will have to live with a mix of 16 and 8 bit character strings. Besides, it is a pity that there is no built-in or MFC UTF-8 string type in C++. I love Perl for that.
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