Tag: Strings

Difference between char [] and char * in C?

Generally, the following two statements about char[] and char * in C are considered confusing and understanding the difference between them is important. The first statement puts the literal string “mycplus” in read-only memory and copies the string to newly allocated memory on the stack. The second statement is known as static string allocation and definition.

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More on Encapsulation

The purpose of this tutorial is to illustrate how to use some of the traditional aspects of C or C++ with classes and objects. Pointers to an object as well as pointers within an object will be illustrated. Arrays embedded...

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Generic algorithms

Algorithms are at the core of computing. To be able to write an algorithm once and for all to work with any type of sequence makes your programs both simpler and safer. The ability to customize algorithms at runtime has...

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C/C++ String Library

The Better String Library is superior to the C library char string type, or C++’s std::string. It’s safer with regard to buffer overflows, simpler than C string manipulation, works ok for ‘\0’ terminated...

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String Sorting in Java

This is a sample Java program to demonstrate string sorting. The function uses a space character as a separator between words. It iterates through each word in the input string and creates a words[] array. Finally it sorts the array of the words in ascending order of the letters i.e. a->z and displays the sorted array by printing one word at each line.

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The Standard C++ Library: Strings

Standard C++ not only incorporates all the Standard C libraries (with small additions and changes to support type safety), it also adds libraries of its own. These libraries are far more powerful than those in Standard C; the...

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