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int strncmp(const char* s1, const char* s2, size_t n); Compares the first n characters of s1 with the first n characters of s2. Returns a negative integer, zero, or a positive integer, according to whether the first substring is lexicographically less than, equal to, or greater than the second. If n strlen(s2), then strncmp(s1,s2,n) and strcmp(s1,s2) have the same effect. char* strncpy(char* s1, const char* s2, size_t n); Replaces the first n characters of s1 with the first n characters of s2. Returns s1. If n strlen(s1), then the length of s1 is not affected. If n strlen(s2), then strncpy(s1,s2,n) and strcpy(s1,s2) have the same effect. char* strpbrk(const char* s1, const char* s2); Returns the address of the first occurrence in s1 of any of the characters in s2. Returns NULL if none of the characters in s2 appears in s1. char* strrchr(const char* s, int c); Returns a pointer to the last occurrence of c in s. Returns NULL if c is not in s. size_t strspn(char* s1, const char* s2); Returns the length of the longest substring of s1 that begins with s1[0] and contains only characters found in s2. char* strstr(const char* s1, const char* s2); Returns the address of the first occurrence of s2 as a substring of s1. Returns NULL if ch is not in s1 .
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char* strtok(char* s1, const char* s2); Tokenizes the C-string s1 into tokens delimited by the characters found in C-string s2. After the initial call strtok(s1, s2), each successive call strtok(NULL, s2) returns a pointer to next token found in s1. These calls change the C-string s1, replacing each delimiter with the NUL character '\0'.
Review Questions
8.1 Consider the following declarations for s:
char s[6]; char s[6] = {'H', 'e', 'l', 'l', 'o'}; char s[6] = "Hello"; char s[]; char s[] = new char[6]; char s[] = {'H', 'e', 'l', 'l', 'o'}; char s[] = "Hello"; char s[] = new("Hello"); char* s; char* s = new char[6]; char* s = {'H', 'e', 'l', 'l', 'o'}; char* s = "Hello"; char* s = new("Hello");
a. Which of these is a valid declaration of a C++ character C-string
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b. Which of these is a valid declaration of a C++ character C-string of length 5, initialized to the C-string "Hello" and allocated at compile time c. Which of these is a valid declaration of a C++ character C-string of length 5, initialized to the C-string "Hello" and allocated at run time d. Which of these is a valid declaration of a C++ character C-string as a formal parameter for a function What is wrong with using the statement
cin >> s;
to read the input "Hello, World!" into a C-string s What does the following code print:
char s[] = "123 W. 42nd St., NY, NY 10020-1095"; int count = 0; for (char* p = s; *p; p++) if (isupper(*p)) ++count; cout << count << endl;
What does the following code print:
char s[] = "123 W. 42nd St., NY, NY 10020-1095"; for (char* p = s; *p; p++) if (isupper(*p)) *p = tolower(*p); cout << s << endl;
What does the following code print:
char s[] = "123 W. 42nd St., NY, NY 10020-1095"; for (char* p = s; *p; p++) if (isupper(*p)) (*p)++; cout << s << endl;
What does the following code print:
char s[] = "123 W. 42nd St., NY, NY 10020-1095"; int count = 0; for (char* p = s; *p; p++) if (ispunct(*p)) ++count; cout << count << endl;
What does the following code print:
char s[] = "123 W. 42nd St., NY, NY 10020-1095"; for (char* p = s; *p; p++) if (ispunct(*p)) *(p-1) = tolower(*p); cout << s << endl; What is the difference between the following two statements, if s1 and s2 have type char*: s1 = s2; strcpy(s1,s2); If first contains the C-string "Rutherford" and last contains the C-string "Hayes", then what will be the effect of each of the following calls: a.int n = strlen(first); b. char* s1 = strchr(first, 'r'); c. char* s1 = strrchr(first, 'r'); d. char* s1 = strpbrk(first, "rstuv"); e. strcpy(first, last); f. strncpy(first, last, 3); g. strcat(first, last); h. strncat(first, last, 3);
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