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QuestionWCHAR copy one char at a time Pin
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Not sure what you mean by 20 characters needing to be retained. No need to walk the string one-by-one...

wcsncpy_s(destination, 60, source, 20);


Will take the first 20 characters of source and copy them to destination. But if you must walk it one-by-one are several ways...

for(i=0; i < 60; i++)
{
    WCHAR *current = &source + (sizeof(WCHAR) * i); // one way
    destination[i] = *current;

    WCHAR current = source[i]; // another way
    destination[i] = current;
}


I'd never declare a variable in a loop like that, so it's just for illustration. Anyway, you can do whatever logic you want to skip the first 20 chars in destination at that point.
Jeremy Falcon

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