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replacing characters in C++[SOLVED]

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i have a system to load files in a directory using boost however it loads them like this, Graphics\Icons\file.png I need them to be Graphics/Icons/file.png to load correctly, what would be the best way to do this? [Edited by - namingway on June 22, 2008 8:15:47 AM]

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windows xp, after looking at it somemore it seems to be here where it changes
for (int i = 0; i < _iconFiles.size(); i++)
_iconNames.push_back(_iconFiles[i].file_string());
this is where it switchs from / to \ for some reason.

[Edited by - namingway on June 22, 2008 7:41:12 AM]

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You are not doing something stupid like this, are you?
char* string = "Graphics\Icons\file.png"

Because you have to escape the backslahes:
char* string = "Graphics\\Icons\\file.png"

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