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Unlocks the buffer of the CSimpleStringT object.

void UnlockBuffer( ) throw( );

Call this method to reset the reference count of the string to 1.

The CSimpleStringT destructor automatically calls UnlockBuffer to ensure that the buffer is not locked when the destructor is called. For an example of this method, see LockBuffer.

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