You have a point there, Sang-Drax (what does Sang-Drax mean anyway? ).
I think I will stick with the << operators, which will make my String object function like cout and other stream objects.
Still sux that you need to clear it though...
BTW: How do you use methods to be called in this way?Code:int Age = 21; String str("Nada!"); str.Clear(); str << "I am " << Age << " years old!";
(like cout << endl; )
I tried str << Clear, but that didn't work.