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    For tokenizing and looping through the tokens, the boost tokenizer is very well suited.
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    Not bad. Where can I learn more about these strings?
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    Originally posted by Aalmaron
    but a programer does, and can put "purchase", "buy", and even a few miss spellings for "purchase"
    yeah, if you want to create a large library file, which takes time to search...
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    Originally posted by Darkman
    Not bad. Where can I learn more about these strings?
    get "C++ programing in easy steps". its got a whole chapter devoted to them. its a great book for only $10. vary nice for referance.

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