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abt white spaces n charecter arrays

well i need to deal with white spaces in charecter arrays...

with static arrays its fine..

char ss[50];

cin.getline(ss, sizeof ss);

.... //deals with white spaces

cout<<"Formatted ss :"<<ss;

but the problem m facing s with dynamic char array..

char * ss =new char;
now i cant use cin.getline(..) here as i declared pointer....and using cin eleminates the possiblity f dealn with white spaces as it ignores white spaces..

using string s also not helpful..

Apr 1 '07 #1
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char * ss =new char;
now i cant use cin.getline(..) here as i declared pointer
Yes you can, cin takes a char * as input.
I suggest you check the getline reference.
Apr 1 '07 #2
ok fine..thnx but since i have to use the size limit n getline....the usefulnss f dynamic array is rendered useless as how wld i know bfore hand the no f chars to entrd durin run time.....
Apr 1 '07 #3
okies i fixed....using string instead f char*...

string ss;


thnx admin....
Apr 1 '07 #4

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