C++ is one of the oldest and stronger programming language. It has many functions and methods to manipulate strings and doing string operations as fast as possible in your C++ software. These options and different string types allow you to develop low memory usage and faster applications in all sorts of situations.
Today we will continue to look at some more string and wide string operations available in modern C++. We will learn to obtain string capacity and length. We will also learn how to compare strings. Iterators are another modern feature of C++ and we will learn how to use how to use then with Wide Strings. One of the important things is reading and writing text files. Also, we take a look at how to use wide strings in file I/O operations. Finally, we learn to use Form Properties of C++ Builder, Delphi and RAD Studio.
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Here are today’s selections:
How can we use C++ Builder in the most modern and efficient ways?
These posts are designed to give you more information and to be easy to understand the modern and professional ways that we use in C++. Here are the topics,
- This Is How String Capacity And Lengths Work In A C++ App
- How To Make A Comparison Between Strings In A C++ App
- How To Use Wide String Iterators In Modern C++ Software
- The Modern Way To Read Formatted Wide Strings In A C++ App
- How To Use Form Properties In C++ Cross Platform Apps
What kind of C++ software questions are we answering?
These are the questions that we answer in this collection:
- How can I use the string capacity and length methods in a C++ app?
- What kind of methods I can use to get size of a std::string?
- How can I use the empty() method with strings?
- How to get length() of a std::string?
- How can I use size() property of a std::string?
- How can I use max_size() property of a std::string?
- How can I retrieve capacity of a string?
- How can I use reserve() method ?
- How to use shrink_to_fit() method?
- How can I use the compare() method of std::string in a C++ app?
- How can we use C++ to compare strings?
- How can I access a character of a wstring?
- How can I use the at() method of wide strings in modern C++ software?
- Can I use front() and back() methods in std::wstring to access characters?
- How can we read a formatted wstring in a modern C++ app?
- How can I convert a wstring to a wstringstream?
- What is
- What are the methods that can be used to read a formatted string in general?
- Is there a simple example of how to read formatted wide string?
- Is there a full C++ example of reading formatted wide strings in a C++ app?
- What is Form in C++ Builder?
- What is TForm in C++ Builder?
- How can I use Form properties of C++?
- Is there an example of accessing form properties in a cross platform app using C++?
- How can we manipulate a cross platform app form at runtime in C++
C++ Builder answers all those C++ questions with these posts
C++ Builder can supply all the answers to those questions above and the posts include some very simple step-by-step examples to show you how.
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