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QuestionAn example of _tcslwr with BYTE type Pin
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This depends on the content stored in the byte array. Because the function expects a NULL terminated string, the byte array must contain such a string. You must also know the text encoding for the stored string.

Assuming your byte array contains an ASCII or ANSI string, you can call _strlwr:
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_strlwr((char *)byteArray);

The casting to char * avoids compiler warnings or errors because BYTE is unsigned (unsigned char).

If the resulting string must be printed out later with Unicode builds, convert it using the MultiByteToWideChar function (Windows)[^]. If it is ASCII or uses the current code page of the user running the application, it can be also converting by assigning the lowered string to a CString:
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CString strLwr = _strlwr((char *)byteArray);

The above will work for Unicode and multi byte builds (with Unicode builds, the string is converted to Unicode).
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