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Re: OFFTOPIC: How to use strings with libstdc++?

On Tue, 29 Dec 1998, Wojciech Zabolotny <wzab@ipe.pw.edu.pl> wrote:

> > I've stated that there is no old good String class in libstdc++.
> > Instead I've found the "string" header which defines the "string" 
> > class. Is it OK to use it in new C++ programs, or it is added only 
> > for compatibility?  [...]

David Teague wrote:

>There is some semantic difficulty with <string>.


I found the SGI URL that contains the discussion of problem with 
strings I  mentioned in a previous post:


The next level up has a bunch of interesting topics.  Dinkumware, PJ
Plauger's software company is another good resource.  URL: 


--David Teague    dbt@elentari.cs.wcu.edu
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