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To append characters, you can use operator +=, append(), and push_back(). All of them helps to append character but with a little difference in implementation… Read More
The push_back() member function is provided to append characters. Appends character c to the end of the string, increasing its length by one. Syntax :… Read More
The data() function writes the characters of the string into an array. It returns a pointer to the array, obtained from conversion of string to… Read More
replace_copy replace_copy() is a combination of copy() and replace().  It copies the elements in the range [first, last) to the range beginning at result, replacing… Read More
replace() It replaces each element in the range [first, last) that is equal to oldValue with newValue. The function uses operator == to compare the… Read More
The string content is set to an empty string, erasing any previous content and thus leaving its size at 0 characters. Parameters: none Return Value:… Read More
The function erases a part of the string content, shortening the length of the string. The characters affected depend on the member function version used: Return… Read More
compare() is a public member function of string class. It compares the value of the string object (or a substring) to the sequence of characters… Read More
Given a string, convert the whole string to uppercase or lowercase using STL in C++. Examples: For uppercase conversionInput: s = “String”Output: s = “STRING”… Read More
Vectors: Vectors are same as dynamic arrays with the ability to resize itself automatically when an element is inserted or deleted, with their storage being… Read More
We are given an array of strings, we need to sort the array in increasing order of string lengths.Examples:  Input : {“GeeksforGeeeks”, “I”, “from”, “am”}Output… Read More
C++ has in its definition a way to represent a sequence of characters as an object of the class. This class is called std:: string.… Read More
What are C style strings? These strings are array of characters terminating with a NULL character. C style strings can be declared in following ways:… Read More
In the case of arrays, there is not much choice to copy an array into another, other than the iterative method i.e running a loop… Read More

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