|Nov29-04, 09:15 PM||#1|
can someone code me the php explode function into c or c++ that would work with original strings?
thanks in advance
|Nov30-04, 07:16 AM||#2|
Um, there isn't anything to do if you use the C-style strings since it is already in array format. For example:
char *str = "hello";
printf("%c",str) /*Would print out an h*/
printf("%c",str) /*Would print out an e*/
Same thing applies to the C++ STL strings. The class actually overloads the  operator so you can access the string just like an array.
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