Re: BSTR data type

(at least directly). Does anyone have code to do so? How
about the variant data type? (I am not talking about COM
server libraries that could be called with Win32OLE.)

BSTR is a wide string, so your declaration would be ‘P’ (or
‘L’ if you plan on passing addresses around).

I’ve never dealt with BSTR directly, but it looks like you may
have to manipulate your strings with MultiByteToWideChar() and
WideCharToMultiByte() first, before passing them to whatever
function you use that requires BSTR data types.

If you can provide an example of something you’re having
trouble with we can probably help you better.



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