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ok I want to compare a string based on the input

so lets say I have

string bookType = "";

cout << "Enter type of book:(enter either paperback or hardback):";

//what is the best way to do the following:

if bookType = "paperback"
cout << "you chose paperback"
cout << "you chose hardback"

Jul 19 '05 #1
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You can always use to compare two strings. Make sure to include string.h

īnt result = strcmp(Str1, Str2);
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