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AnswerRe: Windows XP Convert SystemDrive Variable e.g. %SystemDrive% - into equivelant C++ code Pin
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Victor Nijegorodov4-Sep-20 21:37
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I have no idea what compiler you are using...
If you compile it as UNICODE then replace TCHAR with wchar_t, _T() macro - with L, and _stprintf - with swprintf.

Besides, learn using Google to fast search for such types of errors...
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QuestionHi I am trying to overload >> operator for custom templated vector class but getting error Undifined Type 'T' Pin
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