What to do after Python?
root at rainerdeyke.com
Mon Feb 19 17:54:54 CET 2001
"Kenneth Loafman" <ken at lt.com> wrote in message
news:mailman.982589543.7737.python-list at python.org...
> Rainer Deyke wrote:
> > The following is the correct ways of doing this in C++:
> > s = std::string(s.begin(), s.end() - 1);
> > Not using 'std::string' in C++ is analogous to not using the built-in
> > type in Python.
> They were using CString under M$VC. I don't think std::string existst
> on the M$ compilers. Would make it too easy to port to the heathen UNIX
> boxen <grin>.
I've used 'std::string' under Visual C++. I'm not familiar with 'CString',
but it would probably not be too hard to convert between real strings and
'CString'. Something like this:
s = std::string(s.begin(), s.end() - 1);
zxczcCString = CString(s.c_str());
This would obviously be bad for performance, but at least it minimizes
dependence on proprietary classes. This is for when the API demands
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