[nycphp-talk] Re: convert str array to int ???

CHUN-YIU LAM chun_lam at
Sat Mar 22 16:43:40 EST 2003

While string class is good.  For high performance, this should still be 
avoided ;-)

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On 2003-03-21 23:11 -0500, CHUN-YIU LAM <chun_lam at> wrote:

 > Also the C/C++ does not have String or Array Type.  We just used
 > char type.

Don't mean to be nitpicky, but C++ does have a string class.  Just
#include <string>.  Maybe knowing this will help you write better C++.


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