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wstringstream to TextBlock?

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  • How is it possible to convert a wstringstream so that I can display the text in a TextBlock;

    I know that I can convert  wstringstream to a  wstring.

    But how can I convert the  wstring to a Platform::String^ 

    Or is there a way to directly write the wstring into the textbox (without using the stupid  Platform::String^ )

    std::wstringstream temp;
    
    temp << "Some text";
    
    std::wstring testest = temp.str();
    
    

    Saturday, May 18, 2013 2:13 PM

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