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Today we cover a variety of topics about strings, which mostly include String Operations in Modern C++ software. We will learn more string operations, mostly about wide strings (std::wstring). We will explain converting string to wide strings, with examples. We will also hear about how the replace method can be used to replace part of a string with another string. We will learn to compare wide strings in modern C++. We will explain how to join and merge strings together. Also, we have a great IDE option example to speed up your compilation.
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Here are today’s selections:
Learn about the rich collection of String operations in Modern C++
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,
- How To Convert A String to a Wide String In A Modern C++ App
- How To Replace A String Into Another String In A C++ App
- How To Make Wide String Comparisons In Modern C++ Software
- This Is How To Join Two Wide Strings In Modern C++ Software
- How To Convert An Integer To A String In A C++ App
- How To Make Your C++ Compiler Fly Much Faster
What are the questions we answer about String Operations in C++ software?
These are the questions that we answer in this collection:
- What is string?
- What is std::string?
- What is wide string?
- What is std::wstring?
- How strings work in a C++ app?
- How can I convert std::string to a std::wstring in a modern C++ app?
- How can I convert single byte string to 2-bytes wide string?
- Is there an example to converting a string to a wstring in a C++ app?
- What is replace() method in C++ strings?
- How can I use replace() method of std::string in a C++ app?
- How can I replace a string into another string?
- Is there an example to replacing a string into another string with the replace() method?
- Can we replace a char array into a string?
- How can I replace a number of chars into a string?
- Is it possible to replace a string with a substring of another string?
- What is compare method in C++ wide strings?
- How can I use compare() method of std::wstring in my C++ software?
- How can we compare wide strings?
- Can I use ‘==’, ‘>’ and ‘<‘ operators to compare wide strings?
- Is there examples to wstring replace() method?
- How can I use the append() method of std::wstring?
- How can I append or join a wide string to another wide string?
- Can we append a char array to a wide string?
- How can I append number of chars to a wide string?
- Is it possible to add a substring of a string to another string?
- Are there any examples to join wide strings?
- How can I make my C++ app convert an integer number to a string?
- How can I put an Int into the Text property of a component?
- What is the IntToStr method and what does it do?
- Can we use printf() method with int in modern C++?
- What is UnicodeString printf method?
- How can I use printf with UnicodeStrings?
- What is TwineCompile?
- What is Parallel Compilation in C++?
- Is there any compiler option to multi-core / multi-task compilation?
- How can I use TwineCompile to improve speed of C++ software?
- How can I increase your productivity development in C++?
- Is there any example video about TwineCompile?
These are post Picks about String operations in C++ software
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