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EXAMPLE 14.5 Using xstrstream.
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headerfiledefinesthe istrstream andthe ostrstream classes:
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main0 { const int size = 80; char inbuf[size] = "Hello, world! 3.14159 65535 Qll; char outbuf[size]; istrstream istr(inbuf, size); // input strstream for inbuf ostrstream ostr(outbuf, size); // output strstream for outbuf char sl[size], s2[size]; float x; long int n; char c, p = '11; istr >> sl >> s2 >> x >> n >> c; tout -c-c "\tsl = [ I1 cc sl cc It] \n'l; tout << "\ts2 = [ I -c-c ~2 -cc 'I] \nf' ; tout CC "\tx = " -C-C x CC endl; tout -CC "\tn = ' -CC n -C-C endl; tout C-C "\tc = 'I C-C c -K-C endl; ostr << sl << p -CC s2 << p -CC x K-C p -C-C n CC p -cc c << ends; tout -c-c [ CC outbuf -CC "]\n";
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After declaring inbuf and outbuf as simple 80-character strings, the input string stream is t r and the output string stream OS t r are declared. These are tied to inbu f and outbu f , respectively. So is tr acts like an input stream (like tin), except that the input comes from the inbuf string instead of the keyboard. Similarly, os tr acts like an output stream (like tout), except that the output goes to the outbuf string instead of the display screen.
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The next example illustrates how string streams can be used as filters. It uses an output string stream to create form letters.
EXAMPLE 14.6 Using a String Streams as a Filter
This uses a function form ( > to create form letters:
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char* form(char* name, int male) 1 const size = 128; static char buffer[size];
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form("Baker", form("Green", form("North", form("Smith",
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The bu f f er and o s t r stream are declared to be s tat i c so that they are not recreated each time the function is called. Since the stream is reused this way, we have to call os t r . seekp ( ios : : beg ) each time to reset the write pointer at the beginning of the stream to overwrite the previous string.
The <sstream> headerfiledefinesthethreeclasses istringstream, ostringstream, and stringbuf for processing string streams. These are analogous to the is tr s t ream, OS trs tream, and s trs treambuf classes, except that they are attached to instances of the string class that is defined in the <string> header instead of to ordinary C strings (char*).
14.6 FILE PROCESSING
A stream is a manager of a flow of bytes. An input stream manages bytes flowing into the program, and an output stream manages bytes flowing out of the program. Every stream is attached to some kind of origin or destination which the stream represents in the program. Instances of the is tream class (like tin) represent the standard input device (Le., the keyboard). Instances of the os trs tream class represent char * strings that are being written to. Instances of the is trings tream class represent string objects that are being read from. The beauty of the stream I/O class hierarchy is that it provides a simple uniform programming interface for all types of input and output.
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