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how do you find the length? And does anyone know a good internet resource for information on these sorts of things so i dont have to keep bothering people in forums? :-D

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Use the size function.

There''s a book online (in PDF format) free for download called Thinking in C++. I don''t remember where I originally got it, but I''m sure a good ol'' Internet search will do the trick.

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Have you even tried anything before posting on this board?

Both the .size and .length will do

There IS a length method, so...

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IronFroggy, both Visual C++ and Borland C++ Builder have documentation on std::string. If you're using some other compiler, take a look at http://www.sgi.com/tech/stl/ for the SGI documentation.

Edited by - Kylotan on August 2, 2001 8:41:24 PM

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