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Hello I need to convert a chat to a string... but I don't know how to do
this. i;ve searched the internet but I've only find some code to convert
char * to string or char [] to string....

but I just need char to string.

Anyone knows how to do this ?

thanks!!!!
Sep 25 '06 #1
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Joah Senegal wrote:
Hello I need to convert a chat to a string... but I don't know how to
do this. i;ve searched the internet but I've only find some code to
convert char * to string or char [] to string....

but I just need char to string.

Anyone knows how to do this ?
char c('A');
std::string s(1, c); // s now has "A"

or

char c('A');
std::string s(&c, 1); // s now has "A"

V
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Sep 25 '06 #2
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Joah Senegal wrote:
>Hello I need to convert a chat to a string... but I don't know how to
do this. i;ve searched the internet but I've only find some code to
convert char * to string or char [] to string....

but I just need char to string.

Anyone knows how to do this ?

char c('A');
std::string s(1, c); // s now has "A"

or

char c('A');
std::string s(&c, 1); // s now has "A"

V
Or

char c('A');
std::string s;
s = s + c;

s now has "A"
Sep 25 '06 #3

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