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Re: string ???????

Pierre Phaneuf wrote:

> It does. string.h is a C header containing the str*() family of
> functions. It is found in /usr/include/string.h on my system.
> string is a C++ only header containing the string class. It is found in
> /usr/include/g++-2/string on my system.

In general, the definitions in the header files with no '.h' suffix use
the new C++ "Namespace" feature.  (Which is an ugly hack IMHO).

Hence the 'string' file is a C++ only thing - and you *should* be able
to use 'string.h' from within a C++ program if you don't want to use

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