Thread: comparing strings

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    Set Apart -- jrahhali's Avatar
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    comparing strings

    I want to compare a user defined string array with a string constant using the '==' operator. Is this possible. for example

    if(somestringarray == "Hello") then print "Good Morning"

    is there another way to do this? thanks

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    You can overload the == operator for your own string class, if you are so inclined.

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    Or make somestringarray a string variable. Eg:

    #include <string>
    using namespace std;
    char stringarray[] = "Hello";
    string somestringarray = stringarray;
    if (somestringarray == "Hello")
      cout << "Good morning" << endl;

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