Category: Strings in C++

Strings in C++

using at() with strings

using at() with strings

C++ strings provide an alternative to the s[n] notation: the at( ) member. These two idioms produce the same result in C++. There is an important difference is when you try to reference an...

comparing strings

comparing strings

C++ provides several ways to compare strings, and each has their advantages. The simplest to use are the non member overloaded operator functions operator ==, operator != operator >, operator =, and operator

Searching in strings

Searching in strings

The various functions that are being used to search strings are as follows : string find function What/how it finds find( ) Searches a string for a specified character or group of characters and...

string concatenation with +

string concatenation with +

One of the most delightful discoveries awaiting a C programmer learning about C++ string handling is how simply strings can be combined and appended using operator+ and operator+=. These operators make combining strings syntactically...

Creating and initializing C++ strings

Creating and initializing C++ strings

Creating and initializing strings is a straightforward proposition, and fairly flexible as well. In the example shown below :   the first string, blankString, is declared but contains no initial value. Unlike a C...

strings intro

strings intro

First, C++ string objects associate the array of characters which constitute the string with methods useful for managing and operating on it, a C++ string object knows its starting location in memory, its content,...

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