From: Beman Dawes (bdawes_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-02-23 14:51:36
At 11:46 AM 2/23/2002, Chris Little wrote:
At 11:51 AM 2/23/2002, Alan Bellingham wrote:
At 11:52 AM 2/23/2002, Carl Daniel wrote:
Explaining that GetFileAttributes is actually a macro,
mapping to GetFileAttributesA or GetFileAttributesW
Amazing! Both the hard copy and (my 1999 copy of) MSDN library reference
describe GetFileAttributes as a function rather than a macro. I guess MS
expects you to read the header.
Thanks a lot!
Follow-on question: Using the C++ standard library on Win32, how do you
open a file that requires std::wstring to represent the filename? Or is
there no way to do that without resorting to the Win32 API?
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