"Everything about Symbian OS descriptors"
Monday, June 27, 2005
34. Is there a way to get binary data in a _LIT?
Check out the answer to FAQ-0814 on Symbian's Developer FAQ & Tech Tips site:
Is there a way to get binary data in a _LIT?
posted by Jo Stichbury @ 5:20 PM
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Welcome to the descriptors FAQ
A different approach
Why use descriptors?
What *aren't* descriptors?
Is there any size limit for a descriptor?
Comparison of Length() functions
How do I know what kind of descriptor to use?
What are the descriptor equivalents of C string functions?
Large stack based descriptors
How do I create a small, stack based descriptor?
How do I use stack-based buffer descriptors?
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How do I use heap-based buffer descriptors?
How do I use HBufC efficiently?
Why is there no HBuf?
How do I use RBuf?
An example of how to use RBuf?
How do I use descriptors as parameters?
How do I use descriptors as return types?
What is the layout of non-modifiable descriptors?
What is the layout of modifiable descriptors?
Do pointer descriptors own the memory they point to?
What are pointer descriptors?
What does TPtrC::Set() do?
What does TPtr::operator() do?
How do I do lazy initialization on a TPtr?
What are literal descriptors?
Why is _L deprecated?
How do I get binary data into a _LIT?
Conversion between 8 and 16 bit descriptors
How do I convert an 8 bit descriptor to a Java string?
How do I convert a Java string to a descriptor?
How do I use TLex?
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