I want to know why strcmp() returns different values if used more than once in the same function. Below is the program. The first case I am aware of why it prints -6. But in the second case, why does it print -1?
I've got a list with strings and integers and want to find the minimum value of the integers, without list-slicing. Is there a work-around?
I'm trying to add a character at a defined position. I've created a new function, allocate a memory for one more char, save characters after the position then added my character at the defined position, and now I don't know how to erase characters after that position to concatenate the...
I know that using the "+" concatenation operator for building strings is very inefficient, and that is why it is recommended to use the StringBuilder class, but I was wondering if this kind of pattern is inefficient too?
I have a string that looks like:So every vector element is further divided by commas. Now I only want to extract elements at a certain place. Let's say all the elements before the first comma or all the elements after the second comma.
All these string prefixes are legal to use in C#:Why isn't this?One would have thought that the order of these operators doesn't matter, because they have no other meaning in C# but to prefix strings. I cannot think of a situation when this inverted double prefix would not compile. Is...
I would like to extract patterns according to a[a-z] from a long string and output only distinct values. For example for the following string in $x
I have a string "990822". I want to know if the string starts with "99".I could achieve this by getting the first two characters of the string, then check if this is equal to "99". How do I get the first two characters from a string?
I have class: The problem is that it doesn't compile if val_t is std::string because of: But I can't get how to resolve it. I tried to check type manually but error is in compile time,so it didn't help
I have a string that I'd like to get all possible replace-ment combinations on using the following substitutions: