I don't typically use C++, I'm more of a C guy, but when using stl strings (std::string), as far as the == operator goes.
I go here for all my references for C++ and C.
cplusplus.com - The C++ Resources Network
I'm sure many others do, too. But it doesn't list == as an overloaded operator, with the semantics of .compare(). Though == works, apparently.
Did cplusplus.com just forget it or something?? Is it not officially part of the STL spec? What gives?
Forgot to say, thanks in advance.
Also, I know there's others like gotapi.com and cppreference.com - I just typically used cplusplus.com and was wondering if there was a particular (obvious) reason why it wasn't there..