I'm wondering how the L macro (or whatever it is) works?
It works fine with text in quotes like: L"Hello world", but if I want to apply it to another macro like this: L__FILE__ the compiler can't figure out what I'm trying to do.
I can get it to work using: _T( __FILE__ ), but that's a little ugly and non-standard.
I tried: L( __FILE__ ), but then the compiler doesn't know what L is...
Is there a way to make it work with L?