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Integrating New Classes: A Custom String Class
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<< endl; "Hi there!"; s4 + " C++ strings are fun\n"; << s3; s3 - "Hi there!"; "Aren't" + s3; << s3;
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s1 = s3 - "are "; cout << s1; s3 = s1; cout << "Enter a string: "; cin >> s1; cout << s1 << endl; cout << "s1 is " << s1strsize() << " characters long\n"; puts(s1); // convert to char * s1 = s2 = s3; cout << s1 << s2 << s3; s1 = s2 = s3 = "Bye "; cout << s1 << s2 << s3; return 0; }
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The preceding program produces this output:
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A sample session using string objects A sample session using string objects A sample session using string objects Convert to a string: A sample session using string objects This is a new string This is a new string So is this Strings are not equal s1 greater than s4 s1 greater than or equals s4 s2 greater than ABC
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Initial string: one two three one two three String after subtracting two: one three one Hi there! C++ strings are fun Aren't C++ strings are fun Aren't C++ strings fun Enter a string: I like C++ s1 is 10 characters long I like C++ Aren't C++ strings fun Aren't C++ strings fun Aren't C++ strings fun Bye Bye Bye
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This output assumes that the string "I like C++" was entered by the user when prompted for input To have easy access to the StrType class, remove the main( ) function and put the rest of the preceding listing into a file called STRH Then, just include this header file with any program in which you want to use StrType
Using the StrType Class
To conclude this chapter, two short examples are given that illustrate the StrType class As you will see, because of the operators defined for it and because of its conversion function to char *, StrType is fully integrated into the C++ programming environment That is, it can be used like any other type defined by Standard C++ The first example creates a simple thesaurus by using StrType objects It first creates a two-dimensional array of StrType objects Within each pair of strings, the first contains the key word, which may be looked up The second string contains a list of alternative or related words The program prompts for a word, and if the word is in the thesaurus, alternatives are displayed This program is very simple, but notice how clean and clear the string handling is because of the use of the StrType class and its operators (Remember, the header file STRH contains the StrType class)
#include "strh" #include <iostream> using namespace std; StrType thesaurus[][2] = { "book", "volume, tome",
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Integrating New Classes: A Custom String Class
"store", "merchant, shop, warehouse", "pistol", "gun, handgun, firearm", "run", "jog, trot, race", "think", "muse, contemplate, reflect", "compute", "analyze, work out, solve", "", "" }; int main() { StrType x; cout << "Enter word: "; cin >> x; int i; for(i=0; thesaurus[i][0]!=""; i++) if(thesaurus[i][0]==x) cout << thesaurus[i][1]; return 0; }
The next example uses a StrType object to check if there is an executable version of a program, given its filename To use the program, specify the filename without an extension on the command line The program then repeatedly tries to find an executable file by that name by adding an extension, trying to open that file, and reporting the results (If the file does not exist, it cannot be opened) After each extension is tried, the extension is subtracted from the filename and a new extension is added Again, the StrType class and its operators make the string manipulations clean and easy to follow
#include "strh" #include <iostream> #include <fstream> using namespace std; APPLYING C++ // executable file extensions char ext[3][4] = { "EXE", "COM", "BAT" };
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