Strings


Hy guys ,today I thought to clarify the straight forward diffference b/w c and
cpp in terms
of strings and conversion of cpp string into c char arrays which you will see
in the upcoming lines...........
C++ strinng:
read one line
getline()
string a;
getline(cin, a);
cout << a << endl;
Input:::
Hello World!!!
Output:::::
Hello World!!!
Convert to char array
string cppstr = "this is a string";
char target[1024];
strcpy(target, cppstr.c_str());
1.2.2 C String (Character Array)
Input C String
gets()
Reads characters from the standard input (stdin) and stores them as a C string
into str until a newline character or the end-of-file is reached.
char s[12];
gets(s);
cout << "\"" << s << "\"" << ", length: " << strlen(s) << endl;
Input
hello world
new line
Output
"hello world", length: 11
Convert to C++ string
char arrstr[] = "this is a string";
string target = string(arr); An effort to give a clear cut difference b/w c and cpp .Hope you enjoyed :)

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