I’m reading a ‘qbytearray’ string from a text file that I don’t have control over.
I’m not using Qt.
But this way of handing the string in the text file works in my program:
unsigned char* apa = (unsigned char*)"xf1`xf9a\x9cTx82zx17x5xb9xbcx60xcax15";
but this does not work:
unsigned char* apa = (unsigned char*)settings_in.at(1).c_str();
(yep I have double checked the contents of the std::string settings_in)
Why are these different?
And how could I achieve the top result with a std::string?
Source: Windows Questions C++