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Splitting a character sequence of numbers into a vector

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Hi all,
what would be a simple method of splitting a character array containing for example: "75 100 10" into a vector struct of 3 float values, i basically just need to split the string at each whitespace character.
thank you in advance

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I don't know what a "vector struct of 3 float values" is, but this code should help:
#include <iostream>
#include <sstream>

int main() {
std::istringstream iss("75 100 10");
float a,b,c;

iss >> a >> b >> c;

std::cout << '(' << a << ',' << b << ',' << c << ")\n";

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