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char* GetStrX(int id){ char* pStr = "Hello World"; return pStr;} r = engine->RegisterGlobalFunction("string GetStrX(int id)",asFUNCTION(GetStrX),asCALL_CDECL); assert(r >= 0); run it ,bad.

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How did you register the string type? I assume you used one of the add-on, i.e. either RegisterStdString or RegisterScriptString.

If you did use either of those, then the problem is that the char* doesn't match neither std::string nor CScriptString, but you're telling AngelScript that you're returning a string object, not a char*.

If you registered the string type in any other way, then please tell us how, and how the problem is manifesting itself.

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