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int isspace (int c); Returns nonzero if c is any white-space character, including the blank ' ', the form feed '\f', the newline '\n', the carriage return ' \r', the horizontal tab ' \t', and the vertical tab ' \v'; otherwise returns 0. int isupper (int c); Returns nonzero if c is an uppercase alphabetic character; otherwise returns 0.
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isxdigit() int isxdigit(int c); Returns nonzero if c is a digit or one of hex letters: ' a',...,'f', 'A', ' F'; else returns 0. tolower() int tolower (int c); Returns lowercase of c if c is an uppercase alphabetic character; else returns c. int toupper (int c); Returns the uppercase version of c if c is a lowercase alphabetic character; otherwise returns c.
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Note that these functions receive an int parameter c and they return an int. This works because char is an integer type. Normally, a char is passed to the function and the return value is assigned to a char, so we regard these as character-modifying functions. Arrays of Strings Recall that a two-dimensional array is really a one-dimensional array whose components themselves are onedimensional arrays. When those component arrays are strings, we have an array of strings. The declaration char name[5] [40] would allocate 200 bytes logically arranged in 5 rows of 40 characters each. We could use this to enter 5 names with the following code fragment: for (int i=0; i<4; i++) cin.getline(name[i], 40); The C-String Handling Library The C header file <string.h> includes a family of functions that are very useful for manipulating strings. The simplest of these functions is the string length function strlen(). strlen(s) returns the integer
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length of the string referenced by s; that is, it counts the number of non-NUL from s until the first NUL character. Strings are structured objects, composed of characters. So the operations that are provided for fundamental objects, such as the assignment operator (=), the comparison operators (<, >, ==, <=, >=, and !=), and the arithmetic operators (+, etc.) are not available for strings. Functions in the C-String Library simulate these operations.
The next example illustrates three other string functions. These are used to locate characters and substrings within a given string. Example 7.5 The strchr(), strrchr(), and strstr() Functions char s[ ] = "The Mississippi is a river."; cout << "s=\" " << s << "\"\n"; char* p = strchr(s, ' '); cout <<"strchr(s, ' ') -> s[" <<p-s <<"]. \n"; p = strchr(s, 's'); cout <<"strchr(s, 's') -> s[" <<p-s <<"]. \n"; p = strrchr(s, 's'); cout <<"strrchr(s, 's') -> s[" <<p-s <<"]. \n"; p = strstr(s, "is"); cout <<"strstr(s, \"is\") -> s[" <<p-s <<"].\n"; p = strstr(s, "isi"); if (p == NULL) cout <<"strstr(s, \"isi\") is NULL\n"; s="The Mississippi is a river." strchr(s,'') -> s[3]. strchr(s, 's') -> s[6]. strrchr(s, 's') -> s[17]. strstr (s, 'is' ) -> s [5]. strchr (s, 'isi' ) is NULL.
strchr (s, ' ') returns a pointer to the first occurrence of the blank character within s. The expression p-s computes the index 3 of this character within the string. (Remember the initial character 'T' has index 0.) The character 's' first appears at index 6 in s.
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The call strrchr(s, 's') returns a pointer to the last occurrence of the character 's'; this is at s [17]. The call strstr( s, "is") returns a pointer to the first occurrence of the substring "is" within s; this is at s [5]. The call strstr(s, "isi" ) returns NULL because "isi" does not occur within s. The functions that simulate string assignment are: strcpy() and strncpy(). strcpy (s1, s2) copies string s2 into s1. strncpy (s1, s2, n) copies the first n characters of s2 into s1. Both return s1. Consider the following program fragment which illustrates the use of strcpy() and strncpy(): char s1[] = "ABCDEFG"; char s2[] = "XYZ";
strcpy(s1, s2); replaces the characters starting at s1 with characters starting at s2 up to and including the terminating NULL character. Note that strcpy(s1, s2) creates a duplicate of string s2. The resulting two copies are distinct strings. Changing one of these strings later would have no effect upon the other string. strncpy(s1, s2, 2); applied to the original copy of s1 replaces the first 2 characters of s1 with XY, leaving the rest of s1 unchanged. The effect of strncpy(s1, s2, 2) can be visualized like this:
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